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Gus O’Reilly (aged 6), from Navan, Co Meath, with Dr Paddy Gargan and Dr Cathal Gallagher of Inland Fisheries Ireland, at the launch of new National Salmon Scale Project.  Photograph: Andres Poveda

The Minister of State with responsibility for inland fisheries, Seán Canney, is seeking assistance from anglers to become citizen scientists for the N(...)

Breac House in Dunfanaghy, Co Donegal

Donegal dining delights Dates have been released for the autumn series of food experiences at Breac House in Dunfanaghy, Co Donegal. Cathrine Burke a(...)

Rachel Allen

‘I was such a city girl my parents didn’t think I’d last three weeks down here – and yet I’ve been at Ballymaloe almost three decades now,” says Rache(...)

The seafront in Youghal. The town’s war dead have been commemorated. Photogrph: David Sleator

About 200 men from the greater Youghal area who died in the first World War and the second World War have been honoured and remembered with the unveil(...)

The report found that upgrade works are needed to protect four beaches with poor quality bathing water at Clifden, Co Galway;  Merrion Strand, Loughshinny; and Sandymount strands in Co Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

There are 38 towns and villages across the State discharging raw sewage into the environment, according to a new report from the Environmental Protect(...)

Allegra Benitah and her mother, Vanessa Feltz, with her home-baked challah bread, in Ballycotton, Co Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Love. Love. Love. The words embroidered on the three satin scatter cushions stretched across the massive bed in Vanessa Feltz’s bedroom in her holiday(...)

Myrtle Allen, the ‘matriarch of Irish food’,  was the first Irish woman to win a Michelin star. Photograph: Eric Luke

Few did more to promote a distinctively Irish cuisine than Myrtle Allen, the chef and hotelier who died this week aged 94. The ‘matriarch of Irish foo(...)

Myrtle Allen’s philosophy on food sounds simple enough now but her approach was regarded as revolutionary at the time. Photograph: Eric Luke

Myrtle Allen Born: 1924 Died: June 13th, 2018 Internationally renowned as the “matriarch” of modern Irish cuisine, Myrtle Allen, who has died at (...)

Ballymaloe House founder Myrtle Allen: ’Keep hoping that you can continue to ignore all those wretched customers that look for swanky food, and hope that the critics are good enough to distinguish the difference between trendy, pretentious menus and the quality of the food on the plate.’ Photograph: Joleen Cronin

Tucked in among the personal papers and diaries belonging to Myrtle Allen, the 94-year-old matriarch of the Ballymaloe hotel, cookery school and food (...)

The award-winning spa at Galgorm Hotel and Spa outside Ballymena

The Original Irish Hotels group – formerly the Irish Country Hotels and Manor House hotels – was launched in Dublin today by Minister for State for To(...)

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