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Ireland winger  Andrew Conway makes a break for the opening try during the Guinness Series match against South Africa  at the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Ireland 38 South Africa 3 In the end it was a pummelling, but Ireland had to put in plenty of hard graft and tackles before decorating the game with (...)

When the doors fold back the garden comes into this Clontarf house.

After two failed attempts at securing planning permission for a house on this site in Clontarf, Dublin 3, the developer-owner sold the plot. It was su(...)

Pembroke’s Alan Sothern:  the Olympian’s double make it nine goals for the campaign. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Alan Sothern’s two-goal haul saw Pembroke usher in their new Serpentine Avenue turf in style with an excellent 3-1 win over Banbridge, inflicting a fi(...)

It’s good to have a choice of winter wines that you don’t have to think about too much. Photograph: iStock

This week let’s take another look at what I call wet Wednesday wines; red wines, this being winter, that you don’t have to think about too much, but w(...)

Andrew O’Neill: the man behind the Old County Road accommodation where 64 people were living, was crowned ‘King of the Gingers’ last year. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

One of the landlords featured in the RTÉ Investigates exposé on overcrowded, unsafe and unsanitary lettings has a track record of cramming people into(...)

Students of Trinity College Dublin: a nationwide study  found that one in eight students had had an unwanted sexual experience during their third level years. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The rules of the dating game are changing. For Trinity College students in Dublin nightclubs, it can help to have a flyer with advice on sexual consen(...)

Bishop Paul Tighe: has been appointed secretary to the Council for Culture in the Vatican

Irish cleric Bishop Paul Tighe has been appointed secretary to the Council for Culture, one of the more senior posts at the Vatican. He moved to the(...)

Bram Stoker: the Dubliner is best known for his 1897 gothic novel Dracula. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

When is a Bram Stoker Festival not a real Bram Stoker festival? When it’s really a “science fiction, Star Wars-y” Halloween festival, and “a million (...)

Sean Cunningham (73) died when he was left alone to feed himself at St Gabriel’s Nursing Home (SGNH) in Raheny, Dublin.

The family of a pensioner who died after a choking incident in the dining room of a nursing home has secured €110,000 under a settlement of their High(...)

All Prosecco is made from the Glera grape and comes from a single region in north-west Italy. Photogrpah: iStock

Worried you might be getting a Prosecco smile? It has been a tough few months for our favourite sparkling wine, with dentists in the UK recently warni(...)

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