For this St Patrick's Day, Patrick Freyne visits Carrolls Irish gift shop to reconnect with his patriotic roots.
Can a diesel engine still be fashionable? We take the Mercedes-Benz CLS 350d out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
The Mouth of the Shark transforms verbatim interviews with asylum seekers and Irish emigrants into a piece of musical documentary theatre, running at The Complex in Dublin 7, March 11-15.
Temple Road ranks in the top five most expensive roads in the State. This property, once owned by politician Gemma Hussey, is on sale for €5.75m. Video: Sherry FitzGerald
Portraits of 13 taoisigh, a cheque given by Patrick Pearse to Clerys in Dublin and fittings from various Dublin nightclubs will be among 3,500 items to be sold in an auction organised by Dublin antiques dealer Niall Mullen. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Lurking behind the Grandland X's Opel badge lies the guts of a Peugeot 3008, but are you better off choosing the Opel over the Peugeot? We take the Grandland X for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Saoirse Ronan was among those to shine as vibrant colours dominated the Oscars red carpet. Video: Reuters
Designed by Boyd Cody architects and sold in 2007 for €1.1m, this unusual property is all about the light.
Fedamore House, Fedamore, Co. Limerick is on the market for an asking price of €3.5 million. Video: Sherry FitzGerald
The new Renault Megane RS Sport costs as much as a Volkswagen Golf, but is it as good as a Volkswagen Golf? We take it for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Michael McAleer of the Irish Times test drives the Tesla Model S in Dublin. Can its battery can hold up on Irish roads. Video: Enda O'Dowd
The Lexus LC500h may be beautifully styled, but how does it handle? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Can the new Ford Fiesta ST-Line compete in the competitive hatchback market? We take it for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
3 Vessey Place in Monkstown, Co. Dublin has gone on sale through Lisney with an asking price of €2.4 million. Video: Lisney
Does the new Nissan Leaf offer a long-range leap into the future of electric motoring? We take it out for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Take a look through Givery, a south county Dublin home, on the market for €3.25m, that offers picture perfect views of Killiney Hill.
Sr Orla Treacy from Bray is principal of Loreto Rumbek, South Sudan. The school first opened in 2008 and provides a much needed place of education and refuge for girls aged 5-20. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Six of Ireland's leading chefs speak out about their work, the stresses of the profession and bullying in the kitchen. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Originally built in 1884, Clontarf seawater baths was a popular swimming destinationfor Dubliners over many years. It closed in 1996 but now is to re-open after a €2.4 million make-over. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Jaguar are dipping their toe into the compact SUV market with the E-Pace, but is this crossover worthy of the Jaguar name? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Cameras capture the red carpet arrivals at the Screen Actors Guild awards in Los Angeles last night.
22-year-old fitness blogger from the UK, Elle Darby posted a 17-minute video to her youtube channel saying she was “anxious, embarrassed and humiliated” after been rejected in her request for free accommodation from a Dublin hotel. Video: @elledarby
A Volkswagen Tiguan in all but name and badge, but while the Seat Ateca may not cost as much as the VW is it worth its still hefty price tag? We take it for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
It looks great, but is it fun to drive? We take the Porsche Boxster GTS out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
We’ve scanned the land for the hottest young talent making waves in the worlds of business, fashion, food, sport, activism, art, design, film, TV, tech, media and music. Here we talk to a few of those men and women.
This video portrait of Dublin tailor Jude Hughes by Irish Times video journalist Bryan O’Brien has won him the Videographer Of The Year Award from the UK Picture Editors Guild. Born in 1941, Jude grew up in industrial schools, before choosing tailoring as a profession. He has been active all his life with organisations involved in fighting inequality. Video: Bryan O'Brien
People keep their cars under protective covering for many reasons. We meet four owners of four very different vehicles, all of which are 'under cover'. Video: Bryan O’Brien
The growing Men's Sheds movement, which now has 400 spaces across Ireland, is encouraging men with time on their hands to work on a range of projects while enjoying the friendship of other men.
Alfa Romeo are taking on the 4x4 with the Stelvio, but is it good to drive? We take it for a test drive. Video: Neil Briscoe
After working in Canada for five years, Jonathan Russell returned to Ireland with his wife and kids in 2016 to set up his business Nua Canoe. He makes traditional wooden canvas Canadian canoes at his home in Athboy, Co Meath. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Books@One is a new initiative that brings bookshops to rural parts of Ireland and helps re-energise main streets and re-connect communities.
Irish coffee was first created in the 1940s by chef Joe Sheridan as a warming winter treat for passengers travelling through Foynes Port, where planes en route from Europe to the US would stop to refuel. Video: Tourism Ireland
Is the Mercedes-Benz E200d Coupe worthy of its hefty price tag? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Jean-Pierre Bars talks about his wife Maria's illness called Pallido Ponto Nigral Degeneration (PPND) during a visit to Dublin's Neurological Institute. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Tourism Ireland releases a new promotional film for the Wild Atlantic Way with a Star Wars theme. The film, which will be rolled out in 15 markets, features Mark Hamill and shooting locations from The Last Jedi. Video: Tourism Ireland
Markjames Ryan, a terminal services officer at Dublin Airport, is one of the many people who work over Christmas to bring families together.
Can a compact premium SUV be a success in the Irish motor market? We take the Volvo XC40 out for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Vanessa Greenwood, Irish Times baking columnist and Cooks Academy tutor, has created a series of recipes for the National Dairy Council, making the most of Ireland’s superlative cheese, butter and cream. Video: National Dairy Council
About 500 shoppers and a dozen animal rights activists turned out for the opening of Victoria’s Secret on Grafton Street in Dublin on Tuesday, December 5th. Video footage: Tanya Sweeney
0-100km/h in 3.4 seconds, in a hybrid? We take the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E Hybrid Sports Turismo out on the road to find out if it's as powerful as advertised. Video: Neil Briscoe
Spike Island won Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the World Travel Awards in September. Other contenders included the Acropolis and the Eiffel Tower. We take a look at the life of convict on the island.
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a robot called Tega can tell stories to children of kindergarten age, ask questions about what happened in the story, and use the child’s responses to help it to modify how it interacts with the child.
A row of terrace houses originally started in the mid 1850s has now been completed. The five new houses starting from €1.795m apiece, finish off a Victorian square in Dun Laoghaire.
Is it time to go hybrid? We take the Toyota Prius Plugin out for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
In her final recipe for The Irish Times Food Month, bake expert Vanessa Greenwood shows us her recipe for meringue roulade with mixed berry coulis.
Luxurious items of clothing and jewellery owned by the late actress Maureen O’Hara, as well as the contents of former President Mary Robinson's country home in Co. Mayo will go under the hammer at a Sheppard’s auction next week. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Fashion photographer Aaron Hurley shoots 2017's festive fashion story for The Irish Times on location at Kilkea Castle in Co Kildare.
Can a Skoda compete in the ultra competitive premium car market? We take the Superb out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Our resident bake expert Vanessa Greenwood's simple chocolate éclairs recipe to coincide with Food Month. Pictures: Harry Weir
The official trailer for "Good Time", starring Robert Pattinson. Video: A24
Knockdrin Castle is an 18th-century Gothic revival castle on a 1,000-acre parkland estate in Mullingar, Co Westmeath. It's on sale through Sotheby's for €13.5 million. Video: Sotheby's International Realty
€66,000 for a Kia, really? We take the Stinger for a test drive as Kia set their sights on the likes of BMW and Audi. Video: Neil Briscoe
This Irish Times Food Month recipe from our resident bake expert Vanessa Greenwood is surprisingly simple but incredible delicious, Chocolate microwave mug cakes. Pictures: Harry Weir
Elbow cover The Beatles track 'Golden Slumbers' in the new John Lewis Christmas ad. Video: John Lewis
Niall Wynne (28) owner of Proper Order Coffee Co. in Smithfield, Dublin is the Irish representative at the World Barista Championships in Seoul, Korea.
In recent years the Nissan Qashqai has been one of the most popular cars on the Irish market, but can the latest version build on the success of its predecessor? Video: Neil Briscoe
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