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The two public hospitals and one private hospital owned by the Sisters of Charity through the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group were worth €434 million in 2017, according to documents filed at the Companies Registration Office. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

It is no exaggeration to say that the land and properties owned by the Catholic Church in Ireland could be valued in the billions. However, the owners(...)

The Irish Paralympic team before boarding the flight to Rome. Front row: (left to right): Jack Kerrigan, Fr Leo Close, Joan Horan, Oliver Murphy and Jimmy Levins. Photograph: Irish Wheelchair Association

The five members of Ireland’s first Paralympic team understood the powerful symbolism of travelling to the Olympic venue to showcase their abilities. (...)

Patricia Kileen at at the Franco-Irish Lisdoonvarna ball that she organised in Paris a few years ago. Photograph: Raphaël Lanier

Patricia Kileen, who is from Phibsborough in Dublin, left Ireland in 1992 to travel the world. She now lives in Saint Ouen, on the outskirts of Paris.(...)

Photographs: John Carlos

In August 1971 thousands fled To refugee camps south of the Border to escape the troubles. Here, some remember that summer In August 1971, west (...)

Northwest Logistics Park in Dublin

Park Developments has sold a portfolio of logistics units in Dublin to a fund managed by Savills Investment Management for €47.9 million. The portfol(...)

Cappeen Ringfort in  Co Cork. Photograph: National
Monuments Service

As our faith in fairies has receded in recent years, the fate of Ireland’s estimated 32,000 remaining ringforts has become increasingly perilous. Many(...)

An aerial view of the nightclub after the fire. Photograph: Tom Lawlor

A tribunal of inquiry; a victim compensation tribunal; two Oireachtas-appointed reviews; countless political promises – none has brought peace to the (...)

The Iveagh Markets in Francis Street, Dublin. Arthur Edward Rory Guinness, whose ancestor the First Earl of Iveagh built the market in the Liberties more than 100 years ago, says he is the lawful owner. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A High Court judge has urged parties in a dispute over ownership of Dublin’s Iveagh Market building to consider mediation. Mr Justice David Barnivill(...)

Vincent Brady: in both his political and business life, he showed that strength of character and perseverance can overcome all obstacles

Former Fianna Fail minister and businessman Vincent Brady, who died on October 6th, 2020, was a quietly spoken man, always courteous, non-confrontatio(...)

The Iveagh Market in Dublin’s south inner city was repossessed by Lord Iveagh on Tuesday, Dublin City Council has said. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

The Iveagh Market in Dublin’s south inner city was repossessed by Lord Iveagh on Tuesday, Dublin City Council has said. The council was notified by (...)

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