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The Irish Times is searching for the Best Place to Live in Ireland, and would like you to nominate your favourite. Click here to nominate the place yo(...)

Tim Foley  who lives in Cork city: ‘It is hard to pick yourself up after the restrictions are eased a small bit and bang, everything is closed again.’ Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

'I have found the lockdowns soul-destroying': Five people recount their experience of living alone during the three lockdowns The lifting of res(...)

Sligo-based writer Louise Kennedy, at the old Gibraltar Rocks swimming pool on Gibraltar Road, Sligo. Photograph: James Connolly

Several times during our phone interview, I have to ask writer Louise Kennedy to repeat herself, such is the speed at which she is talking. Her senten(...)

What white people can do next: Hazel Chu and Emma Dabiri. Photographs: Dara Mac Dónaill and Joanne O’Brien

Emma Dabiri, the author, historian, and TV presenter, and Hazel Chu, the Green Party politician and Lord Mayor of Dublin, both share an experience o(...)

Dublin have won the last 10 Leinster football championships, and 15 of the last 16. File photograph: Inpho

A grey Thursday, an afternoon Zoom, three interested parties. One subject that won’t go away. The Dubs and money, money and The Dubs. As if January wa(...)

Advocacy organisations AsIAm, Down Syndrome Ireland, Family Carers Ireland and Inclusion Ireland criticised the lack of clarity being provided to children with additional needs and their guardians. File photograph: Getty

Minister for Education Norma Foley and unions are currently at an impasse over the return of classes for students with special needs. The Department o(...)

Alison Roman’s chickpea stew, or is it a soup? Photograph:  Michael Graydon & Nikole Herriott/The New York Times.

It was the most read, and we surmise the most cooked, recipe of 2020 at Irish Times Food, but not everyone is on board with Alison Roman’s chickpea st(...)

On Thursday, Leo Varadkar advised people intending to come home to Ireland from abroad for Christmas not to book flights yet. The Tánaiste told the Dá(...)

A voter walks toward a polling location on election day in Austin, Texas. - Americans voted on Tuesday under the shadow of a surging coronavirus pandemic to decide whether to reelect Republican Donald Trump, one of the most polarising presidents in US history, or send Democrat Joe Biden to the White House. Photograph: Jason Connolly / AFP

As the result of the presidential election in the United States is confirmed, The Irish Times is looking to hear from our readers living there. (...)

This weekend sees the start of the eighth annual Food Month at The Irish Times. Throughout November, you’ll find a wide range of food news and fe(...)

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