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 Comedian Al Porter  at his home in Tallaght, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

How to be a Man is a series exploring masculinity and the challenges facing men in Ireland today When you were younger, what di(...)

Munster’s Dave Kilcoyne during training: he will make his first start of the season in the frontrow. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

This could be a significant day in Munster’s season. During the week, Conor Murray spoke about this “new club” returning to Thomond Park and re-estab(...)

Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow: synthetic surface gives exciting rugby a chance. Photograph: Craig Watson/Inpho

According to Gregor Townsend of the Glasgow Warriors last weekend, “It’s going to be tough; they’ve always been excellent around the breakdown. They (...)

Author Roald Dahl circa 1989 with his grandson Luke Kelly, who is now the managing director of the Roald Dahl Literary Estate. Photograph: Jan Baldwin via The New York Time

The grey doorway in London’s Marylebone neighbourhood here is unmarked but for 11 words spelled out across the top rail: “The greatest secrets are alw(...)

A scene from ‘Mandela Trilogy’, a musical by Cape Town Opera with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra

"It took over our lives so much.” Cathryn O’Reilly is sitting in the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff talking about the two years and seven months (...)

University College Galway: The only Irish university to move up in the recent QS rankings.

The significant change in the positions of most Irish universities in recent years in the QS ranking of world universities is causing alarm in some qu(...)

Roald Dahl Plass in Cardiff: a public space named after the author.

Afternoon tea was rather fabulous. There were scrumdiddlyumptious snozzberries, edible teapots, yummy scrummy sandwich bars, loopy lollipop shortbrea(...)

Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith walk off the stage after the first Labour Leadership debate in Cardiff. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Labour is failing to provide a “powerful, credible opposition” to the Conservative government under Jeremy Corbyn, leadership challenger Owen Smith ha(...)

Senior NI politicians have said they would seek a judicial review if the PM “fails to commit to comply with the UK’s constitutional and legal obligations in deciding whether and when to trigger article 50”. Photograph: The Irish Times

British prime minister Theresa May has been put on notice that she faces a legal challenge from prominent Northern Ireland politicians and interest gr(...)

Among those at the meeting today will be (from left) Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon,  Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland James Brokenshire.

Political leaders from across the British Isles will convene in Cardiff today for key talks about the EU referendum. The British-Irish Council (BIC) (...)

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