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Johnnie Fox’s - has long laid claim to being the highest pub in the country

Anyone lucky enough to live within the immediate radius of Glencullen in south Dublin noticed it straightaway. Depending on which way the wind was blo(...)

Autumn light in Dublin’s Merrion Square on Monday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The upcoming Bank Holiday weekend will be noticeably colder than recent days as temperatures gradually drop throughout the week, Met Éireann has said.(...)

‘It will not be pleasant standing around watching a parade’, a Met Éireann spokeswoman has warned. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Sleet and snow are expected to return for St Patrick’s Day with plummeting temperatures making for a freezing bank holiday weekend. A cold easterly (...)

The murder is being linked to a long-running feud between two different factions of the Ulster Defence Association. Photograph: PA Wire

The man shot dead in front of his son in a supermarket car park in Bangor, Co Down on Sunday has been named locally as Colin Horner. The 35-year-old(...)

 Len Gotshalk in action in the 1970s for the Atlanta Falcons. Photograph: Getty Images

Len Gotshalk, an Atlanta Falcons football player turned Oregon businessman, had a history of legal issues by the time he went looking to buy an offsho(...)

A duck enjoys the cool water in the afternoon sunshine through Westgate Gardens in Canterbury, Kent, England on Sunday. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA

A Met Éireann weather warning has come into effect. Gale force winds are expected across western counties on Monday with gusts of up to 100km/h in coa(...)

Aer Lingus shed 4 cent before settling at €1.399. Photograph: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg

Markets were not exactly on fire yesterday, but the general trend was positive as the bank holiday weekend approached. International data was mixed, w(...)

Markets in Ireland, Britain and Greece reopened yesterday following the bank holiday. Major indexes in Germany and the United States hit highs (...)

Tourists enjoy the snowfall at Sally Gap, Co Wicklow. Temperatures during March were well below normal everywhere in the State, according to preliminary figures from Met Éireann. Photograph: Eric Luke

March is likely to be confirmed as one of the coldest – if not the coldest – on record when Met Éireann publishes its monthly figures today. (...)

A lone figure walking near Dunboyne Co Meath on St Patrick’s Day. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

March is likely to be confirmed as one of the coldest - if not the coldest - on record when Met Éireann publishes its monthly figures tomorrow. (...)

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