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Aaron Brady when he was living and working in the USA.

Propped on a stool drinking cider at the bar of the Coachman’s Inn on New York’s Katonah Avenue in the Bronx in 2014, Aaron Brady thought back to the (...)

Brittas Bay beach in Co Wicklow on Monday, the hottest day of the year so far. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Monday was the hottest day of the year so far with temperatures exceeding 27 degrees in the west of the country. Temperatures reached 27.1 degrees in(...)

Officers from HM Revenue and Customs search a property in Newry, Co Armagh  on Saturday morning along with colleagues from the PSNI. Photograph: HMRC

A convicted cigarette smuggler is one of three men in custody following a joint operation between the Garda and the PSNI which resulted in the seizure(...)

Andrew Rooney, managing director of Rooney Fish in Kilkeel, Co Down: 'I could be selling more into the Chinese market but I’m being hampered in doing so by transport issues'

One of Northern Ireland’s largest seafood companies has shipped its first orders to China since the coronavirus pandemic began but has warned exports (...)

The trial of Aaron Brady  from  Crossmaglen, Co Armagh,   is expected to be a lengthy one. File photograph: Collins

A 15-person jury has been sworn in to hear the trial of a man charged with the capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe seven years ago. Aaro(...)

Winter walks

Hiking in the outdoors is a great way of staying in shape, and a well-proven gateway to a healthy and positive lifestyle. At summer’s end however, man(...)

The Wave Plus is simplicity itself: Green is good, red is bad

Do you know how good the air quality is in your home? Up until a couple of years ago, I would have said no. Then I discovered air purifiers and since (...)

The after-effects of ectocarpus –  a brown-coloured opportunist algae – in Dublin Bay at Booterstown which is killing seagrass

The decline of carbon-capturing seagrass, evidence of sea level rise caused by climate change, and major structural faults in coastal defences are amo(...)

Oliver Cromwell. A portrait by Sir Peter Lely in 1657. Photograph: Palazzo Pitti/ Public Domain

As evening descended around him Don Juan Morfa, a captain in the Spanish army, oversaw the hasty construction of an earthwork barricade near the mouth(...)

Fáilte Ireland food champions Gearoid Lynch, Niall Sabongi, Tom Flavin, Seaneen Sullivan, Anthony O’Toole and Brid Torrades launching Boxty Without Borders. Photograph: Barry Cronin

Long-table dinners and lunches are nothing new, bringing communal dining to locations from farmyards to orchards, to greenhouses, to one of Cork city’(...)

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