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These shiny happy people are members of what is a pretty rare species in Ireland, so you’ve probably never spotted one in the wild. And unless you liv(...)

Many people get their greatest sense of satisfaction in their roles outside of the ‘day job’

“Love and work . . . work and love, that’s all there is.” – Sigmund Freud The founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, saw his job as helping his pa(...)

The theme of the St Patrick’s Festival in Ireland this year is Home. But where is ‘home’ for you?

Is “home” a house, a village, a county or a country? Or is it a feeling rather than a physical place? For some emigrants, Ireland will always be the p(...)

Of the total 2.4 million requests for links to be deleted by Europeans, 43 per cent have been granted, Google said

Google has received more than 17,700 requests from users in Ireland to delete search-engine results since the introduction of “right to be forgotten” (...)

The theme for International Women’s Day this year is  #PressForProgress.

Events will take place around the globe to mark International Women’s Day this coming Thursday, March 8th. This year, the theme is #PressForProgress, (...)

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The Irish Times is giving readers free mobile and tablet access to both the Friday and Saturday ePaper, which is a complete digital replica of th(...)

Dr John Charles McQuaid (President of Blackrock College, Dublin), Papal Nuncio Paschal Robinson, and President de Valera. Photograph: The Irish Times

We treasure some pictures for their content. Others for the mood they create. And some, we treasure just because they exist at all. This photograph is(...)

Run, lads! Run! Oh, help. This is not a good time for your little brother to trip and fall. Today’s picture shows that a) dancing diggers have been a (...)

What with Valentine’s Day on the horizon, depositing garlands of romance and long-stemmed red roses all over the gaff, it seems like the perfect week (...)

Dress designer Sybil Connolly in her garden that runs between Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Lane.  Photograph: Peter Thursfield / The Irish Times

If you’ve been thinking, idly, that it might be time to get out and do a bit of light gardening, here’s an image to inspire you to dust off your welli(...)

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