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A photograph of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe at Dundalk Garda Station.  Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The US Department of Homeland Security is to distribute posters asking for information on the murder of Garda Adrian Donohoe, according to reports. D(...)

Richard Rojas appears during his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court, in New York, US. File photograph: R Umar Abbasi/New York Post via A

A man charged with slamming his speeding car into pedestrians in Times Square, killing a teenager and injuring nearly two dozen people, should have be(...)

New York’s Shane Hogan beats Sligo’s Cian Breheny to the ball during the Connacht championship first roound clash in Gaelic Park in the Bronx. Photograph: Andy Marlin/Inpho

The annual jaunt to New York is becoming more and more fraught for teams in the Connacht senior football championship, and, for now at least, we’re no(...)

New York and  Sligo players battle for the ball during the Connacht SFC game at  Gaelic Park, Bronx, New York. Photograph: Andy Marlin/Inpho

New York 1-13 Sligo 1-21 Sligo survived a brief but real scare in the Bronx on Sunday night before their experience and class told late on to see of(...)

 Revellers cheer on  marchers in  the 2012 St Patrick’s Day parade in New York City. Photograph:  Allison Joyce/Getty

John Stahl sits behind his desk at the Emerald Isle Immigration Centre in Woodside, Queens, located over a bank and squeezed between two Irish pubs, S(...)

US-based Irish businessmanTom McCarthy supports “fair and legal” immigration. “Let people in. People who want to come here want to work, they want to make money and that will drive the economy. Immigration is good for business.” Photograph: John Breen

Tom McCarthy, from Limerick, lives in Babylon, Long Island, and runs a bakery in Brooklyn. The day we meet he has to push back our appointment becau(...)

Furuzamani Beach, Zamami Island, Kerama Islands, Okinawa, Japan
52 Places to Go in 2017
  • Travel
  • January 11, 2017, 12:30

1. Canada: A world to explore. Canada has cosmopolitan cities, barely explored natural wonders and everything in between. Canada is huge — the s(...)

Shane and one of his new New York marathon friends.

Running the New York City Marathon is the closest thing a regular person will ever come to the adoration of fame. The one essential prerequisite. G(...)

Conor Pope protecting his home: thieves are opportunists and if they see an open window or another way to access your home, they will take advantage.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Once upon a time, I lived in a rented flat in a leafy – and ridiculously gated –Dublin 4 complex. Despite the gate and the fancy address, my flat was (...)

Drummer turned cookie baker Ralph Rolle: “Success is not about how much money you make. It’s about finishing a thought. The residual might be making money, but once you finish a thought or see a statement through, that is success.”

The term nominative determinism is the idea that a person’s name can influence what they do with their life. A horticulturist with the name Gardiner o(...)

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