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Gardaí in Co Carlow are investigating after social houses were vandalised in Co Carlow. Photograph: Frank Miller

Gardaí in Co Carlow are investigating after social houses due to be turned over to the council in two weeks’ time were vandalised in the early hours o(...)

David Walsh, co-founder and chief executive of Netwatch. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

David Walsh will step down as chief executive of Carlow-based security monitoring group Netwatch at the end of this year, having co-founded the compan(...)

Canadian singer and poet Leonard Cohen:  Leonard’s music and words were ideal for these subjects – his work is littered with religious and spiritual imagery; with hope and sanguinity, and yet it’s also strewn with doubt, human weakness and uncertainty. Photograph: Joel Saget/AFP/Getty Images

Word came on a morning in early May 2016. The third such morning in two years. A young man had died, another sudden, tragic death. A week later, once (...)

Annmarie Fay and her daughter Ellie   after getting her Leaving Cert results at Mount Carmel Secondary School, King’s Inns Street in Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

From early on Tuesday morning the queries poured into The Irish Times helpdesk where our team of guidance counsellors have been answering your questio(...)

Govindas vegetarian restaurants on Middley Abbey Street, One of Dublin was issued with a food safety closure order over fears of a cockroach infestation last month.  Photograph: Google Street View

One of the Govinda’s vegetarian restaurants in Dublin was issued with a food safety closure order over fears of a cockroach infestation last month. (...)

Habib during  a protest outside the Myanmar embassy in Kuala Lumpur  against human rights abuses against the Rohingya and other ethnicities, in February 2009. Photograph: Sophie Ansel

Harrowing stories are difficult to tell, and more so when they take place in remote parts of the world. So what is the best way to tell them? In any h(...)

The seven elected female members of Trinity College’s students’ union:  Shaz Oye, president of graduate students’ union; Gisèle Scanlon, vice-president of the graduate students’ union; Laura Beston, president of Trinity students’ union; Niamh McCay, education officer; Aisling Leen, welfare and equality officer; Muireann Kane, communications and marketing officer; Judith Robinson, entertainment officer. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

Just over a century ago, Trinity College Dublin admitted its first female student. This year, the 400-year-old university reached another milestone: (...)

Figures from property website Perfect Property show that mainly rural counties enjoyed the highest increase in the prices at which houses sold. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Homes in about half the Republic’s counties are selling for more than their asking prices, according to one property website. Perfect Property says a(...)

Waterford Institute of Technology: ‘The brain drain is likely to continue to accelerate with the recently announced Ireland 2040 plan,’ says the  South East Economic Monitor report. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

Ireland’s southeast is suffering “a lost generation” as people aged between 20 and 45 drift away from the region to find work elsewhere, according to (...)

Last year, Conor McGregor’s plans to obtain a trademark for his planned ‘Notorious’ whiskey came unstuck

A Dutch company is claiming that Conor McGregor’s attempts to register his own name as a trademark across the EU will create confusion with its own go(...)

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