Súil ag Ceann Fine Náisiún na Móhácach go gcuirfidh an scéim nua le stór eolais a mhuintire
The Cranberries final album is an unexpected late career high for the band
Mary Robinson leads final honorary degree ceremony as chancellor of TCD
There's nothing good about Good Friday. But these long-forgotten Irish traditions might liven it up
His great understanding of human nature, his special feel for place, make him the canonical writer that he is acknowledged to be
New this weekend: Neil Jordan's Greta and Mel Gibson in Dragged Across Concrete
Mohawk student from Kahnawá:ke to study Irish in Connemara Gaeltacht this summer
The first episode of the final series of Game of Thrones concentrates on matters of survival
Revealing documentary features full Coachella set, plus behind-the-scenes footage
Scéal comhaimseartha, corraitheach agus dúshlánach é an dráma ‘Baoite’
Nominations closed at noon on Monday for Ireland’s three European constituencies
Will Jon discover his girlfriend is his aunt? Do we trust Tyrion? Has the Night King a weakness?
A trans woman takes issue with an article by ‘My Brother’s Name Is Jessica’ author John Boyne
These ‘Good Friday agreement babies’ rap in Irish, and even the Troubles are fair game
Funding of newspaper put to referendum following a row over a recording device
Cream of Jokes: What did Weekly Irish Times readers think was funny in 1893?
In 1870, a young man went to the police with a black eye. Three days later, he was dead
Christmas is over and it won't be long before the summer is upon us. For some it will be time to start thinking of trying for that great job, whether full-time or part-time.
Irish hairdresser to Hillary Clinton, Martha Stewart and Liza Minnelli closes exclusive NYC salon
More than half of all undergraduates now go on to postgraduate study and there are plenty of courses to choose from
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