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Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Eoghan Murphy has urged voters to  to go to their polling station  on  October 26th so they can have their say in the outcome of the blasphemy referendum. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

A referendum on removing the offence of blasphemy from the Constitution is to take place on the same date at the presidential election. Voters will (...)

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has been accused of being disconnected from his brief. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has insisted he is fully committed to the Bus Connects project despite having told a residents’ association meeting (...)

David Power: world premiere at the National Concert Hall of a new work inspired by his version of a very old Irish tune, ‘Gol na mBán san Ár’

It has long been well known in Ireland that, around this time of year, the wind may shake the barley. There’s even a ballad on the subject to warn us.(...)

Almost 200 sites and properties worth millions of euros are lying empty in Dublin city and county amid a housing and homeless crisis, data compiled by(...)

Quicksilver: Bunny Carr hosted the quizshow from 1965 to 1981. Photograph courtesy of RTÉ

Dear boys and girls, you may have heard a person a wee bit older than you utter the phrase “Stop the lights.” We don’t marvel at it, and barely notice(...)

Bunny  Carr was best known as the host of shows such as Quicksilver, Going Strong, Teen Talk, and The Politicians.

Bunny Carr was famous when, at thirteen, I first got to meet him on a programme called TeenTalk. Famous to a degree unprecedented in Ireland. People (...)

Vogue Williams: “I’m a social influencer. I know how mad that is, but it’s also absolutely amazing. I just got some new bed sheets today, and I didn’t have to pay for them”

Who better to present a programme about sponsorship and social influencers – those online alchemists who turn clicks into money – than Vogue Williams?(...)

Bunny Carr founded Carr Communications, a public relations and training company in 1973. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Bunny Carr, the former RTÉ presenter and founder of Carr Communications, has died aged 91. Mr Carr was best known as the host of shows such as Quick(...)

In 2011,  Northern Ireland’s public transport operator introduced English/Irish bilingual destination signs on buses serving west Belfast, along with timetables and other information.

Belfast’s new Glider high-quality bus system serves unionist east Belfast and nationalist west Belfast with a single through route. There had previous(...)

An empty control room in Havelock House, previously owned by UTV Media.

It was once a hemstitching warehouse, and later a wartime billet for American soldiers stationed in the North. But Belfast’s Havelock House, a labyrin(...)

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