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Banks in the Republic and across Europe will learn at around 5pm on Friday how they fared in the latest round of stress tests run by the European Ban(...)

Now in its sixth year, Food Month returns to The Irish Times this November. Throughout the month you’ll find daily food and drink content across all s(...)

Scary, quirky, funny or cute - whatever way you are dressing up this Halloween, young or old, we want to see your homemade costume creations. Our fav(...)

Irish Times Abroad has built a bespoke ‘virtual voting tool’ to offer its disenfranchised readers living overseas a say in elections and referendums.

The President of Ireland “represents all the people of Ireland, both at home and abroad”, according to president.ie, yet Irish citizens residing outsi(...)

More than 630 Irish people were deported from Australia since early 2016

More than 630 Irish people were deported from Australia since early 2016 according to figures released by the Australian Department of Home Affairs. (...)

Three old Dublin trams on a site near Sutton railway station in 1955. Photograph: Eddie Kelly

It could be a still from a horror movie. The eerie light; the decaying trams; the barbed-wire fence. But then there’s that sign in the foreground, w(...)

Here in Ireland we love our greens. Sure don’t we have 40 shades – and more – at our disposal? However, despite checking out colour charts from the (...)

Higher Options can be busy at times so it is a good idea to come prepared. Photograph: Alan Betson

The 2018 Higher Options Expo at the RDS is a great opportunity to discover what you really need to know to make an informed choice. First and foremost(...)

At the Irish carriage-driving championships in Birr Castle, Co Offaly, this weekend, Hi-fi pulls a Ralli car owned by Colonel A. L. Pennefather and driven by Mrs A. L. Pennefather in the cross-country section. Photograph: Jack McManus

There are many ways to cross a river. You can persuade your horse to dip a dainty toe into the water before ferrying you to the other side. On the oth(...)

CBS Primary School, Synge Street, Dublin, in 1956. Photograph: Dermot Barry

Gabriel Byrne? “Yes, sir.” Milo O’Shea? “Yes, sir.” David Kelly? “Sir!” Eddie Jordan. Don Givens. James Plunkett. John Connolly. The roll-call of cele(...)

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