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Anja Bakker hopes to get to meet Pope Francis and set out her views on how women are treated around the world.

Hannibal did it over 2,000 years ago with an army and elephants but now an adopted Irish woman is about to cross the Alps and march to Rome with a har(...)

The letters were seized when the Irish vessel was brought to Bristol in March 1757. They were never delivered and have lain in an archive, mostly unopened, ever since

In March 1757, a Dublin-registered ship set sail from Bordeaux with a cargo of wine, brandy and luxury goods on board. It was bound for Dublin, but th(...)

Mediterranean sun: Aphrodite’s Rock, in Cyprus

Spain: Canaries and Costa del Sol You might find a big discount on a trip to Gran Canaria, with prices from €467 per person sharing, and across the C(...)

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Photograph: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Jeremy Corbyn is to mount a new onslaught on the City of London, promising a Labour government would take decisive steps to make it the “servant of i(...)

A closed sign outside a KFC restaurant near Ashford, Kent. The acute shortage closed two-thirds of KFC’s 900 restaurants. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA

Fried chicken lovers throughout Britain cried fowl, licking their fingers in desperation as an acute chicken shortage closed two-thirds of KFC’s 900 r(...)

Previously, support for a second referendum had been limited. File photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Voters support the idea of holding a second EU referendum by a 16-point margin, according to one of the largest opinion polls in the UK since the Brex(...)

Drogheda, County Louth has a huge amount going for it – and has superb value across all levels of the market. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Drogheda is underrated. While Meath, Kildare and Wicklow garner more attention in the residential-commuter property-market, Louth goes under the radar(...)

 Andrew Edmiston: “If 60 per cent of our trade is with Europe, but Europe is only 17 per cent of world trade, then we’re doing rubbish with the rest of the world.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Andrew Edmiston is not just pro-Brexit, he’s hard Brexit. And he put his money where his mouth is, donating £1 million to the Leave campaign during th(...)

England’s Eoin Morgan  bats during the One Day Tour match against Cricket Australia XI  in Sydney. Photograph: Mark Evans/Getty Images

England began to put their Ashes woes behind them as their one-day side beat a Cricket Australia XI in comprehensive fashion to kick off the limited-o(...)

Hometree founder Simon Phelan: “We have grown rapidly in our first trading year, but this fresh injection of capital will enable us to scale faster than we anticipated”

Boiler installation company Hometree, a UK-based start-up founded by Dubliner Simon Phelan, has raised £2.9 million (€3.3m) in investment less than a (...)

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