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Ruka Adeluola: after coming to Ireland alone from Nigeria when she was 12, she is studying biotechnology at DCU. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When Emma Lockwood was growing up in Dublin’s north inner city, she could see two versions of her future mapped out in front of her: have a baby or do(...)

Ryanair pilots in Ireland have balloted on industrial action following a row with the airline over seniority. This could disrupt the holiday plans of (...)

Glenveagh Properties’ chairman John Mulcahy. Glenveagh has spent €404 million buying sites for residential building. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Bovale, the Irish builder founded by brothers Tom and Michael Bailey, is selling a site to quoted residential developer Glenveagh Properties in a deal(...)

 Kerrie Byrne (3) Mary Ellen Byrne (8) and their aunt Barbara Doyle (20) died at the children’s home in Church Lane, Kilcock, Co Kildare on September 20th, 1987

Gardaí have arrested a man over a triple homicide house fire 30 years ago in which two children and their aunt died. The suspect has never come to th(...)

Teresa Brayton (née Boylan) was born in 1868, near the road she immortalised

The Old Bog Road 10k is, I believe, an athletics event waiting to happen. It would start in Kilcock, Co Kildare, then proceed westward towards Enfield(...)

Thinking of coming back to live in Ireland? The cost of renting a home might be a surprise. Photograph: Getty Images

A year ago this week, Finn Hynes and her husband Matt Byrne moved home to Ireland, after six years in Sydney. The couple, who got engaged en route to (...)

Eimear and Sean de Faoite with children Ailbhe (6), Fionan (9), Naoise (12) and Ciara (14), at Kilcock, Co Kildare. Photograph: Eric Luke

Brendan Shalvey put his daughter on the waiting list to attend his local Gaelscoil in Kilcock, Co Kildare, when she was just nine-months-old. That wa(...)

Bishop Denis Nulty, president of Accord Catholic Marriage Care Service with Carol Dignam from Kilcock, Co Kildare and Tim Boylan from Foxrock, Dublin at a celebration of the Feast of Saint Valentine in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Whitefriar Street Church, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Money can’t buy you love, but the lack thereof can spark marital strife when the economy fails to fire. New figures released from Catholic marriage c(...)

Cora Dwyer claims she is entitled to the benefit of a five-year contract to manage Bellinter House Hotel (above) with the Bourke Reynolds Partnership.

When Cora Dwyer signed an agreement with restaurateur and publican Jay Bourke to manage Bellinter House Hotel, which he co-owns with nightclub entrepr(...)

Each Saturday on irishtimes.com/weddings we'll report on couples’ love stories. We'll tell the tales and show the pictures of these fabul(...)

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