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Martin McGuinness  in Derry in 1985

In responding to the death of Martin McGuinness people had to find a balance between the twin facts of his paramilitary and peacemaking past. Ian Pai(...)

A file photograph from 1984 showing the the scene after an IRA exploded a bomb at the Grand Hotel in Brighton where most of the British cabinet were staying for the Conservative Party Conference. Photograph: PA

Former Tory cabinet minister Norman Tebbit said he hopes Martin McGuinness is “parked in a particularly hot and unpleasant corner of hell for the rest(...)

Former bishop of Galway Eamonn Casey at a papal youth Mass in Galway when Pope John Paul II visited in 1979. Photograph: Peter Thursfield

The remains of the former bishop of Galway Eamonn Casey will be received at Galway’s Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas at 7pm (...)

Lincoln City’s Sean Raggett scores his side’s winning goal in the FA Cup fifth-round match against Burnley at Turf Moor. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

Burnley 0 Lincoln City 1 Lincoln pulled off one of the great FA Cup upsets as Sean Raggett’s late goal secured the National League outfit a 1-0 victo(...)

This article forms part of a new series for Irish Times Abroad on the opportunities worldwide for Irish teachers. Already teaching abroad? Tell (...)

 John Hurt holds the Gold Giraldillo Award as a tribute to his career during the Sevilla European film festival in Seville in  2009. Photograph: Reuters

John Vincent Hurt, actor, born 22 January 1940, died 27 January 2017 Few British actors of recent years have been held in as much affection as John H(...)

US President-elect Donald Trump with his daughter Ivanka at a press conference last week. Photograph: Timothy A Clary/AFP

A digital consultant from Brighton, whom Donald Trump mistook on Twitter for his own daughter, has urged the president-elect to face up to his respons(...)

  Dr Noelle Higgins   Maynooth University, Eileen Barrington senior counsel, Dr Adrienne Foran and  Dr Peter McParland- National Maternity Hospital, at the second meeting of the Citizens’ Assembly. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

New ante-natal screenings which can detect chromosomal disorders such as Down Syndrome pose ethical issues for society, the Citizens’ Assembly has bee(...)

Ms Justice Mary Laffoy is chairwoman of the Citizens’ Assembly. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Citizens’ Assembly is to meet again in Malahide this weekend to discuss possible changes to the law on abortion. The members will hear from exper(...)

Daryl Horgan is a “forward-thinking player with a lot of goals. He makes things happen,” said Preston North End coach Simon Grayson. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dundalk seem likely to resume their interest in Bray Wanderers winger Dylan Connolly after Daryl Horgan followed in the footsteps of Andy Boyle yeste(...)

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