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Father’s Day: Ollie Clerkin in 1975. The pipe wasn’t an affectation, but the rest of it – the GAA kneel, the flexed arm, the ever-so-slight hint of a smirk – is surely a put-on

Malachy Clerkin on his father, Oliver I had never seen this photograph before Mam dug it out for me, last week, and now I can’t stop looking at it. H(...)

 Mayfield Eatery on Terenure Road North: an  old butcher shop that was turned it into ‘a tiny neighbourhood restaurant with real personality’. Photograph: Alan Betson

International tourism expert Prof Michael Hall has said he would never recommend Dublin to anyone for a short break as the city is a “rip-off”. The p(...)

The George. One of the pubs being refurbished as part of a  €20 million investment by its owners the Mercantile Group. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

I was celebrating a former colleague’s birthday in a pub the other night when a couple of American tourists happened to stumble upon our party. They w(...)

The court heard the alleged victim downloaded Tinder in September 2014 and began exchanging messages with the accused. File image: Daniel Law/PA Wire

A man accused of raping a woman he met on Tinder on the pair’s first date told gardaí they had “fully consensual sex”, the Central Criminal Court has (...)

You’ll find plenty of property to rent  in Camden, but expect to pay £3,000 for a two-bed flat, a reader  says. Photograph: iStock

A report this week revealed that the average monthly rent is €1,784 on the south side of Dublin city, €1,690 in the city centre and €1,553 north of th(...)

7A Meath Square, Dublin 8 for €285,000

Hidden away on a tiny square in Dublin’s Liberties, is 7a Meath Square. Located off a warren of roads extending from the busy market thoroughfare of M(...)

A Wetherspoon pub: the group already operates five pubs in Ireland – four in Dublin and one in Cork. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light for a “superpub” in the Camden Street area of Dublin to pub giant JD Wetherspoon plc. The appeals board h(...)

Workbench branch: “We’ve seen great ideas formed simply from guys sitting beside each other,” says Gavin Kelly of Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It’s midmorning in Bank of Ireland’s Grand Canal Square branch, in Dublin, and about a dozen local entrepreneurs are huddled over their laptops, beave(...)

Computer generated image of Oakmount’s planned  Aungier Street development.

Oakmount, the property development company run by Paddy McKillen Jr and Matt Ryan, faces its busiest year yet, with a number of office, residential an(...)

  Vickey Curtis on   Camden Street where she was attacked  by a man who said: “I voted Yes for equality but I didn’t vote for that”. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Vickey Curtis always believed she was strong enough to withstand a couple of punches. As a gay woman, she had experienced some verbal abuse on the st(...)

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