Monday–Sunday, April 23rd – 29th

Winner: Patricia Poprawa’s ‘Draw me in . . . I’m waiting’

Patricia Poprawa from Glenswilly National School takes overall prize in Junior Painter Awards

Monday–Sunday, April 16th – 22nd

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Presenter Tracy Clifford with one of the stars, Natalia Zalewski. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Eight original short films featuring LauraLynn children premiere at gala event

Monday–Sunday, March 26th – April 1st

Julie Britton with her daughter Connie-Rose Seabourne in Leeds. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

American singer Christina Perri said she was ‘honoured they chose my song’

Monday–Sunday, March 19th – March 25th

 Prof Orla Hardiman Neurologist and campaigner on Motor Neurone disease. File photograph: Alan Betson

Prof Orla Hardiman says Ireland can be at the forefront of the breakthroughs

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Every week, ‘The Irish Times’ will highlight someone deserving of the hero tag

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Monday, Jan 29th – Sunday, Feb 4th

We want to hear from readers who had an alcohol-free month

Monday, January 22nd – Sunday, January 28th

Irish Cancer Society calls for better understanding of needs of lung cancer patients

‘My sister bullied me physically, psychologically and socially throughout my entire childhood’

21 readers tell their experiences of sibling bullying - past and present

Monday, January 15th – Sunday, January 21st

Each week, The Irish Times will publish one of the stories we receive from readers

Monday, January 8th – Sunday, January 14th

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‘When I read about the unmarried mothers whose infants were taken away for adoption I wish I had been one of those children’

10 readers tell us about their experiences being bullied by their siblings

We’re inviting readers to share their stories after strong reaction to a feature this week

January is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Only 7% in survey admitted to being inspired by baby names chosen by celebrities

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Sr Patricia Wall, pictured in 2013 with Kilkenny hurling manager Brian Cody and then Tipperary manager Eamon O’Shea. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Sr Patricia Wall received the Christine Buckley award in Sligo

HSE assessing whether to cover the cost of the drug

Monday – Sunday, November 27th – December 3rd

Research carried out by team at Galway Neuroscience Centre and CÚRAM

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Monday, October 30th – Sunday, November 5th

Eason in Thurles Shopping Centre

‘We have no idea who it is – hopefully one of our regulars’

Monday, October 23rd – Sunday, October 29th

Study finds Irish workers claim to feeling exhausted on daily basis

Monday, October 16th – Sunday, October 22nd

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Monday, September 25th – Sunday, October 1st

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Dublin singer Imelda May. Photograph: Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC

‘Blás’ to also perform at Croke Park this weekend

Monday, September 11th – Sunday, September, 17th

Ian Jones and offensive guard Jeff Allen before the Texans playoff clash with the Patriots in January, 2017.

Sunday’s season opener is a big day for Cork-born S&C coach with NFL team

Monday, September 4th – Sunday, September, 10th

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There are more than 1.2 million eligible to vote in this week’s general election in Northern Ireland.

The when, where, who, why and what of the upcoming general election

Monday, June 5th – Sunday, June 11th

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Monday, May 15th – Sunday, May 21st

Monday, May 8th – Sunday, May 14th

Combination of pictures showing Emmanuel Macron (in Le Touquet) and Marine Le Pen (in Henin-Beaumont) exiting polling booths. Photograph: Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images

Emmanuel Macron versus Marine Le Pen: voters choose direction for France (and Europe)

Bumper jackpot had been rolling over for 10 weeks

Monday, May 1st – Sunday, May 7th

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Monday, April 10th – Sunday, April 16th

Fans hold up signs reading EQUALITY as the  United States Women’s National Team hosted the France Women’s National Team as part of the SheBelieves Cup in March, 2017, at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC. France won the game 3-0.  Photograph: Scott Bales/YCJ/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The most depressing war for female sports must be the one with their own representative bodies

Monday, April 3rd – Sunday, April 9th

Monday, March 27th – Sunday, April 2nd

Co Armagh’s Cyril Walker was presented with his silver medal by Special Olympics ambassador Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Cyril Walker presented with silver medal by Arnold Schwarzenegger

Monday, March 20th – Sunday, March 26th

Monday, March 13th – Sunday, March 19th

Monday, March 6th – Sunday, March 12th

Green Party MLA Clare Bailey celebrates with supporters at the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

News, reaction, who was elected (and who wasn’t) from each of the 18 Northern Ireland areas

The statue of Edward Carson at  Stormont. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Everything you need to know about the Assembly and the count, and how to follow it with ‘The Irish Times’

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Avoca Shop at Malahide Castle and Gardens. Photograph: Alan Betson

FSAI says listeriosis is a ‘serious disease’ which can be ‘life threatening’

Monday, February 6th – Sunday, February 12th

Monday, Jan 30th – Sunday, Feb 5th

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Skiing in Bamyan, Afghanistan: While most would baulk at  such an unusual break, travel companies organise  regular trips to some of the most wartorn countries in the world. Photograph: Abdul Latif Azimi/AFP

Bored with beaches? Try holiday chaos of a different variety in Iraq or Afghanistan

Travel writer and backpacker  Jonny Blair   at the Blue Mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif during a 2016 visit: The city – the third-largest in Afghanistan – was one of the first to fall in 2001 after the American-led invasion

Travel writer Johnny Blair has had adventures in warzones, little-known locations and even the Irish autonomous region of Podjista(...)

Security officials say 99 groups – for and against Donald Trump – plan to demonstrate in the US capital this weekend, including 63 on Friday, the day of the inauguration ceremony.

As throw-in time edges closer, here is how you can follow the action on

Monday, Jan 16th – Sunday, Jan 22nd

Razan Ibraheem, from Syria, is now working in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

‘If somebody is needy and they were driven out of their homes . . . how could you say no?’

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