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Anderson Leahy, from Brazil, with his husband James at home in Cabra, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Anderson Leahy used to never feel comfortable holding hands with another man in public. When he was 17, he and his boyfriend would sometimes risk a qu(...)

His Holiness Pope John Paul II may have arrived on an Aer Lingus plane, but flying abroad was very expensive for Irish people back in 1979. Photograph: Dermot O’Shea

The 1970s were a turbulent time for the Irish economy. Two oil crises increased the cost of energy as well as the prices of imported goods and service(...)

Johnson Hana founder Dan Fox. Photograph

Howth, Co Dublin-based legal services disrupter Johnson Hana has appointed former senior banker David Went and ex-Tesco Ireland chief executive Tony K(...)

Incoming Ulster Bank chief executive Jane Howard, who is due to take up  the role next month.

Ulster Bank confirmed on Monday that Jane Howard, a senior executive with the bank’s UK parent Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), will become the bank’s ne(...)

Theatre of Food at Electric Picnic. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

Theatre of Food celebrates its 10th anniversary at Electric Picnic with an expanded programme of events and the addition of two new stages, a Drinks T(...)

PayPoint entered the Irish market in 2003 when it signed an agreement with the ESB.

British payments company PayPoint is to leave the Irish market in October, the company has confirmed. The London-listed company, which is used by mor(...)

Participants in the ‘Leadership for Life’ conference at Maynooth University: standing from left, Karina Tropman, Ballinrobe, Co Mayo, DeAlbert Shepherd, New York, Ashling Dunphy, Carrick-on-Suir, Co Tipperary, and Callum Maxwell, Oldcastle, Co Meath; front row from left, Liadh Hennessy, Ballineen, Co Cork, Fergal Flood, Monaghan and Rebecca Battle, Enniscrone, Co Sligo. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

“The young people of today . . . ” is a sentence that rarely ends well. It usually signals a rant about teenagers’ obsession with technology, abuse o(...)

The Irish consumer can spend as little as 50 cent for beer and cider while the price of a single standard gin drink is 60 cent, according to a pricing survey by Alcohol Action Ireland.

Alcohol in Ireland now costs so little that a woman can consume enough to damage her health by spending just €5.50 a week while a “fatal” amount can b(...)

Unless you cook it at home, it is likely the ham you eat is highly processed and involves the use of a range of flavours, additives and preservatives. Photograph: iStock

Vegans trying to win over Irish people have their work cut out trying to wrest the ham sandwiches from our hands. It’s not just the taste that makes (...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Christopher Lee/Bloomberg

European shares dipped as HSBC disappointed investors and German gas group Linde’s proposed $87 billion tie-in with Praxair hit regulatory hurdles. (...)

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