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Thomas Clarke as an infant with his family and a tribesman in the Cape of Good Hope.

A photograph of Thomas Clarke – the first signatory of the 1916 Proclamation – as a baby in Africa in 1859 has come to light. The image shows one of(...)

Teacher Siobhán Peters: She estimates she is paid about €6,000 less than her colleagues and   many newly qualified teachers are even worse off.  Photograph: Carl O’Brien

Siobhán Peters works alongside teachers who do the same job, the same hours and have the same qualifications. But, because she graduated after 2011, (...)

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams and Emily Pepper (six months) at the Togher Family Centre, Cork, during the election canvass. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Gerry Adams and the Sinn Féin battle bus are running about half an hour late for an engagement at the Togher Family Centre. The rain is bucketing down(...)

Magners cider at the Clonmel factory: C&C is to add 80 jobs at the Tipperary plant after cutting 144 at Borrisoleigh, Co Tipperary, and Shepton Mallet in England

The loss of contracts with supermarket giant Dunnes Stores and another retailer are partly to blame for C&C’s decision to close a bottling plant (...)

Irish Defence Forces help volunteers with pumps in Athlone on Sunday morning. Photograph: Irish Defence Forces/Twitter

Further heavy rain is forecast across the country on Sunday with many counties bracing themselves for rising river levels and flooding. The status ye(...)

Aeriel footage of flooding in Clonmel, Co Tipperary.

Residents of the Kilganey area of Clonmel, Co Tipperary are leaving their homes this evening as the river Suir continues to rise. The decision was t(...)

Siobhán Slattery and John O’Grady Siobhán Slattery, from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, and John O’Grady, from Mayo, met in 2006 through a mutual friend. The(...)

An Irish  householder mops up flood water in his kitchen. Serious floods on the scale experienced over the weekend in places such as the west of Ireland  were once budgeted for once in a hundred years  - now they’re happening much more frequently. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The massive floods that have caused such devastation in the west of Ireland - and even more so in northwest England - are not the first such “extreme (...)

Paul (34) and Sancha (31) grew up in Clonea Power, Co Waterford and became friends in secondary school. Since 2001 their Christmas Eve tradition ha(...)

Final year medical student Maeve (28) moved with her family from Clonmel, Tipperary to the United States aged three for her father, Pat’s work. (...)

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