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A lot of Fine Gaelers have placed their faith in a repeat of the 2007 election, when a late swing re-elected for a third term an unloved, but grudgingly respected Fianna Fáil government led by Bertie Ahern. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

No votes are yet cast in the 2020 general election, but, with just over two weeks to go until polling day, a change of government is at this point the(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar pictured during a media briefing at Government Buildings. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

As we face into the second week of the general election campaign we can expect many spending promises with the main parties due to launch their housin(...)

A kangaroo rushes past a burning house in Lake Conjola, Australia. Photograph: Matthew Abbott/The New York Times

Across Australia at least 25 people have been killed and 2,000 homes destroyed by the blazes. Rain and cooler temperatures on Monday were bringing som(...)

Healthy, simple, quick dishes proved popular with readers in 2019. Photograph: iStock.

What was the recipe that people searched for online most frequently in Ireland in 2019? Was it curry, or chocolate cake, or chicken? No. According to (...)

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during an election campaign event in Dinnington, near Sheffield, on the final day of campaigning on Wednesday. Photograph:  Oli Scarff/AFP via Getty Images

With opinion polls classifying dozens of constituencies as too close to call, Britain’s election night is set to be a long one, with some of the most (...)

The UK will go to the polls in a general election on December 12th. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images.

Good morning. It’s the final day of campaigning in the UK before voting in the general election tomorrow, and British voters face their most consequ(...)

Food Month at The Irish Times begins on Friday and will continue throughout November. To launch the initiative, our Winter Food & Drink (...)

Some airlines now charge more for your bag to travel than you

We live in a confusing world. Things that used to be free are now expensive, while things that used to be expensive are now free. But as the rollercoa(...)

Ireland.com: the presidential candidate Mary McAleese answering questions for Irish Times readers in 1997, watched by technical co-ordinator George Walker and web journalist Conor Pope. Photograph: Frank Miller

We never expected to play such a big role in the history of media, to wound the very business we worked in, or to have a bit part in the drama that sa(...)

32 Rutland Cottages: the terraced cottage in Dublin 1 is likely to go to a cash buyer, according to the selling agent

A terraced cottage in need of complete refurbishment in north Dublin has had more than 100 interested parties through its door and generated more than(...)

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