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How low fares took off
It's 25 years since cheap, frequent air travel began – thanks to the EU
How the EU survived populism, migration and Brexit. So far
Murder in Monkstown
The brutal killing of Charles Self, some 35 years on the case is unsolved
Brexit, DUP & a Saudi prince
The story of a massive donation to the DUP is like a John le Carré novel
'I had killed my own son'
After a baby's death in her dad's car we are stunned – here are some answers
Homeless in Dún Laoghaire
In Ireland's most affluent area 'social cleansing' is rife
He died 30 years ago but his glamorous life and painful last days are recalled
Ireland's love triangle
With Brexit Ireland will have to do the thing it hates most: pick a side
Adams on McGuinness
'Martin did extraordinary things in extraordinary times’
A fast-changing Cuba strives to reconcile its past and future
New politics one year on: Different? Yes. Better? No
Baby black market
Many children were sold into a network that stretched to the US
Caring for the carers
Minding my disabled daughter: 'I don't want to do this any more'
Irish-Americans whose views of Ireland are a mix of confusion and insight
Irish-born US residents explain why they will vote for the businessman
My outspoken presidency
Michael D Higgins on the poverty of his early life, his health & his future
Ireland: the next generation
Who will influence Ireland – and the world – in the coming years?
We look at the Government's first 100 days in office
The day our daughter drowned
Kayleigh Flynn drowned in 2009, at the age of 16. Her family tell her story
From high-end luxury to rough and ready, these are the top camping spots
Lesser-known sights dotted around Ireland's 7,800km coastline
Why did Anthony Hussey carry out such a brutal attack?
The Denis O'Brien dossier
The story behind the businessman, the secret file and the High Court battle
'Generation Emigration' is buying homes, starting families and happier
Water charges: an autopsy
How did a progressive initiative become such a disaster?
The secret offshore world of the elite exposed in leaked files
Making a most-read story
A German’s view of subdued Ireland exposes raw nerve
Chernobyl 30 years on
Some people who lived in contaminated zone are unable to stay away for good
Our blunt majority-rule system is an outdated form of government
Late charming actor was loved by generations of Irish people
Irish gangland gets personal
How criminals Christy Kinahan and Gerry Hutch became headline news?
Eligible to vote for the first time how do 18-year-olds feel about politics?
Year of the Migrant
2015: When a million people stopped waiting for help from the rich world
Bertie Ahern and the long, winding road to rehabilitation at home
Ireland's rental crisis
The sector is in crisis but in this series we examine the possible solutions
The Dehli Bus Rape
Since the infamous 2012 rape, "nothing has changed", says the victim's mother
The Yes campaign
How the vote was won: the inside story of the marriage referendum
The rural town
Kiltimagh is a typical town fighting to keep its community spirit alive
After 50 years in the business his music and creativity are still what matter most
Anatomy of a car crash
A fatal crash in Co Mayo killed two men but changed the lives of many others
Stop and search
Is it Garda harassment or a weapon in the fight against crime?
Born at the wrong time, an entire generation struggles to survive
How the discovery of bones halted a family's dream home
Campaign for Leo
The inside story of how Varadkar beat Simon Coveney to the FG leadership
Norah Casey on domestic abuse
'I'd three broken ribs, a broken cheekbone and bruising all over'
‘Sex for rent’ in Ireland
Online ads offer rooms in Dublin in exchange for sexual favours
After being outed as an informer how did he survive the IRA’s wrath?
One-night stand to murder
How Roy Webster came to beat Anne Shortall to death with a hammer
Brexit may drive North and South apart or accelerate reunification
The UK has been sold down the river in a proxy war between Tory schoolboys
Inside the house behind the O’Donnell saga
This singer expresses his Irish heritage on his new album
Where in the world
Has there been an Irish literary work set in every country in the world?
Writing is bad for family life: 'I wouldn't have been able to live with me'
'I am astounded I survived. I took risks and mad decisions no one else would.'
Married to Alzheimer's
Three years of Steph Booth's column about her husband's illness
Pat Hickey and the tickets
The unfolding story of the OCI chief and the Olympic ticket trail
Take a look at this round-up of some of the country's top spots
The former IRA gunman and hunger striker tells his story
Life in homeless hotels
More than 1,000 homeless families live in single rooms in hotels and B&Bs
Anatomy of a scam
The story of six men and an attempted insurance fraud
They've carved up Kerry but are they gombeen men or political geniuses?
'[The] UK was groomed'
Irish writers add their voices to alarm over Britain's vote to leave the EU
The real people of 'Ulysses'
Knowing who they were throws light on many passages of Joyce's masterpiece
Changing the label
10 foods: what their labels say, and what they should say
One woman's story
'As I woke up each morning, my pregnancy screamed at me’
50 years a blow-in
Michael Viney has always been a keen and sympathetic chronicler of Irish life
Reasons for pride in #GE16
Fintan O'Toole: We are not racist, stupid, greedy, guilt ridden or chicken
Senior council official was among the most corrupt in Irish history
Emigrating in our 50s
‘I feel my country has let me down. I never wish to see the place again’
Bhutan: the price of paradise
The country has decided to welcome more visitors but will it change forever?
Geraldine Kennedy: Why this election will be different to any other
Dubliner scored in 12 consecutive top-flight games more than 80 years ago
Máire Mhac an tSaoi
The diplomat and poet looks back on a life of love, adventure and tragedy
President Michael D Higgins
Four years into his presidency the septuagenarian is confounding sceptics
Forty years ago Tiede Herrema was kidnapped by the IRA. This is his story
Fall of Tony O'Reilly
Once Ireland's richest man, O’Reilly has lost much of his wealth and power
Is the Irish State to blame for his continued imprisonment in Egypt?
Rosita Boland explores the unsolved mystery of Deely's disappearance
Main Street, Ireland
Patrick Freyne spends 24 hours on O'Connell Street and finds all Irish life
The IRA ceasefire, 20 years on
Peter Sheridan looks back at how the IRA tried to kill him three times
Kildorrery, Co Cork: The village that refused to die
A race run
The sad tale of Belfield's abandoned athletics track is a running sore
How to be taoiseach
A guide to the highly complex role that requires more than power
National Maternity Hospital
Sisters of Charity withdrawl sets stage for other Catholic bodies to do same
College Green plaza
A look at the planned €10m pedestrian and cycle plaza for Dublin
Madeleine McCann 10 years on
A decade of painful reporting has persecuted the missing child's parents
Trapped by the boom
We are still trying to escape the bad decision we made in 2006
Are the Irish rugby team fat?
There are many ways to measure fitness and fatness, yet we focus on the BMI
Here are 30 women whose achievements are shaping Irish life
Is it time for an official apology from the State?
Phones revival sends message about state of smartphones
The crises that led to Trump
Democracy is broken, inequality is growing and masculinity is changing
Dublin's dizzy heights
Boomtime plans for tall buildings came to nothing, but what stands there now?
Peter Murtagh investigates the £1.24 billion Nama deal in the North
Judges: the inside story
The power struggle between the judiciary and the Government
Graves to visit before you die
Ireland has enough burial places to last you a lifetime here are the top 50
St Ita's Portrane
Hidden stories of an abandoned mental hospital revealed
The Archbishop of Dublin remains a maverick among the clergy
Fear & freedom: one year on
'A year after being attacked I am stronger than I ever have been'
Fear & freedom
I was violently assaulted by a man I had never seen before. I refuse to be afraid
'Nothing could live under that rain of steel' - but the enemy were ready
Big Jack's era of success
Euro ’88: Charlton points Ireland’s ‘skilled losers’ on path to glory
Brexit - the day after
What would the immediate aftermath of an exit mean for the UK & Ireland?
How can ‘people like us’ vote for Ronan Mullen?
Obama’s Havana moment
The US president's visit to Cuba was a victory lap for his doctrine of diplomacy
Carl O'Malley's absent presence
Passing of The Irish Times journalist has left a hole in hearts and minds
Kevin Cardiff on Brian Lenihan
Former finance secretary general recalls working alongside the minister
Property profiles 2006-2016
Six people tell stories of boom, bust and rebound after the property crash
The Holocaust survivor who has told his extraordinary story to thousands
How do you tame the Shannon when, by its very nature, it wants to flood?
Non-Catholic in school
Across the country many teachers and pupils feel uneasy in Catholic schools
Overspent every month?
Advice for consumers on ways to make their pay packets last for longer
Life after Berkeley
The road to recovery is far from straight for the Berkeley balcony survivors
Exiles on Grafton Street
Meet the people sleeping rough on Dublin's main shopping street
Into Africa with Bono
The Irish Times joins the singer and his One foundation in Rwanda and Nigeria
Linda & Jake
A single mother, her teenage son, and autism. A family shares their story
Peter Murtagh shadows the Irish Army on their tour of the Golan Heights
Bray firefighter deaths
Two firefighters dead, a community in shock and a flawed system laid bare
Culture quarter or tourist trap? Patrick Freyne hits the cobblestones to find out
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