Boyne Valley

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JP McMahon: “We have a strong history of blue cheese in Ireland and I really think this is where we shine best.”
Culinaria: Blue cheese, please

Many of us panic at Christmas time and purchase far more than we need. Is it because the shops will be closed for one day that we need to stock up on(...)

Mary Whelan from Dublin, Deirdre Hannon from Athlone, Orla Magill from Armagh and Karen Ward from Dublin outside Newgrange on the morning of the winter solstice. Photograph: Alan Betson

From a vantage point across the valley, directly opposite the ancient late Stone Age monument of Newgrange, in Brú na Bóinne, Co Meath, the scene in t(...)

 Ailbhe Hickey from Dublin and Aoife Doolan from Cork with other lottery winners in the chamber at Newgrange on the morning of the Winter Solstice, December 21st. Rain and cloud on the horizon at sunrise blocked  sunlight from entering the chamber. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Even the optimists were conceding defeat. Trees which had been fiercely battered of late were merely swaying slightly in a strong breeze. From my (...)

Brian McCann and company: visitors ‘get the opportunity to hold the birds and to fly them’

Brian McCann spent 22 years as a firefighter before turning his passion for birds of prey into a business five years ago. What is special about your (...)

Half way through the Best Shops campaign and we’ve been inundated with 10,985 nominations for more than 1,350 shops throughout the 32 counties. Hardwa(...)

History lies at the thick walls of Mount Hanover House and over the centuries it has overlooked the lush Co Meath countryside and touched the lives of(...)

Mount Granville, Drogheda, Co Meath
Town and Country

Address: Mount Granville, Drogheda, Co Meath Agent:Savills and RB Daly and Sons (...)

The court heard Andrew Duffy had paid a substantial sum of unconditional compensation to the injured player

A footballer who broke an opponent’s leg with a Kung Fu-style tackle during a junior soccer match in Co Meath(...)

There’s a calm after the storm feel to restaurants this month. Waves of cash and customers crashed over them during December and now weekdays bring oc(...)

 Irish poet and soldier Francis Ledwidge (1891-1917).  Photograph:  Hulton Archive/Getty Images
The Great War and Irish poets

As January 1914 dawned, Europe had experienced 100 years of comparative peace since the Battle of Waterloo. During that time, technological developmen(...)

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