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Declan Burke-Kennedy: April 1st, 1944-December 5th, 2016
Obituary: Declan Burke-Kennedy
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  • December 24, 2016, 06:00

Declan Burke-Kennedy, theatre co-founder, dramatist and journalist, has died aged 72. A man of considerable charm and geniality; an independent spi(...)

Ciaran O’Neill, president of the GRA, speaking following a meeting at the Department of Justice. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Rank-and-file gardaí will hold talks over the weekend with officials from the Department of Justice as they seek higher pay and the Government tries (...)

Delegates attending the Garda Representative Association meeting in Co Offaly earlier this week. Photograph: James Flynn/APX

There was a moment in February 2013 when rank-and-file gardaí believed they were reaching a turning point in their long-running campaign for the rever(...)

Rank-and-file gardaí will have to make a number of commitments in exchange for the restoration of more than €4,000 in rent allowance, under the terms of a draft pay deal. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Rank-and-file gardaí will have to make a number of commitments in exchange for the restoration of more than €4,000 in rent allowance, under the terms (...)

The allegation that Gerry Adams sanctioned the assassination of Denis Donaldson should be investigated, said Taoiseach Enda Kenny. Photographs: The Irish Times

Allegations Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams sanctioned the assassination of a high-ranking party official a decade ago should be investigated if they hav(...)

The joint agents are guiding €1.8m for the 4.32 hectares which are to be sold on the instructions of receivers Michael Madden and Michael Coyle of HWBC Allsop

A substantial town centre site in Tullamore, Co Offaly, with obvious development potential has come on the market through Cushman & Wakefield and (...)

Refuse collectors in Lucan, west Dublin: the Republic is running out of landfill space required to dump about 600,000 tonnes of household waste a year. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins/Dublin

It is an old cliché: where there’s muck there’s brass. The privatisation of household waste-collection in the last decade helped to develop an industr(...)

Irish start-up Pavanu Mobility is focused on making the pedestrian environment safer for everyone

Damaged pavements are a familiar feature of urban environments everywhere and most people take them in their stride. But for anyone pushing a buggy, u(...)

A cottage in Connemara, Co Galway with snow topped hills in the background. Photograph: Trevor Dubber

Snow and ice have made driving conditions on Saturday morning treacherous in parts of the west and north-west. Motorists have been advised to take c(...)

The death rate from stroke has been cut by more than a quarter, a national audit of services has found.

Major improvements in the quality of stroke treatment are at risk of being squandered due to a failure by the HSE to invest in services, a leading neu(...)

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