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A large crater caused by a bomb destroyed part of the main Belfast to Dublin railway line close to Newry on June 30, 2000. The bomb was thought to have been the work of the dissident republican terrorist group the Real IRA. Photograph: AP Photo/Peter Morrison

An IRA bomb that exploded on the tracks of the Dublin to Belfast railway could have had “disastrous” consequences if a different train had been in ser(...)

A file image of a group of harpists taking part in an open air concert on the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin. Unesco has recognised Irish harping as part of the world’s ‘living heritage’. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

Unesco has recognised Irish harping as part of the world’s “living heritage” and added it to a list that seeks to safeguard and raise awareness of cul(...)

Pedestrians walking over Ha’penny Bridge, the main access point to the touristic area of Temple Bar. Photograph: iStock

Dublin is drab, expensive and with very little to do for a city purporting to be a major tourism destination, according to readers of one of Britain’s(...)

Cork Jazz Festival: this year’s festival was organised without an overall director. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney

Jazz is improvised music, but looking at the programme for this year’s Guinness Cork Jazz Festival, there may be more improvisation happening off-stag(...)

Luggala:  sale price is believed to be significantly less than the €28 million asking price

Campaigners for countryside rambling rights have called on the new owner of Luggala to allow continued public access to parts of the Co Wicklow estate(...)

Jazz name: the New York pianist Fred Hersch is among the headliners at the 2019 Guinness Cork Jazz Festival

This week’s news of the headline acts for Guinness Cork Jazz Festival has prompted concern that the event is once more moving away from its roots just(...)

Multi-can packs will be replaced with cardboard packs, which are sustainably sourced, recyclable and fully biodegradable. Photograph: Naoise Culhane/PA Wire

Guinness is to introduce 100 per cent recyclable and biodegradable cardboard to replace plastic from its beer packaging, including the plastic ring ca(...)

Younger US consumers are cutting back on alcohol consumption and eschewing beer as they count carbs. Photograph: iStock

Attention millennials: Guinness isn’t a heavy beer. That’s the message that the alcohol giant Diageo is trying to hammer home in the US as it seeks t(...)

The beloved black stuff is head and shoulders above all other Irish brands

Guinness remains the Republic of Ireland’s most valuable brand, due in part to its ability to innovate with new beers and its continued success at mar(...)

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