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Donal  O  Sullivan from Crookstown, Co Cork, pictured leaving the Four Courts after settling   his High Court action over the death of his wife for €850,000. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man who sued a GP and the HSE over the death of his wife a day after a blood test showed she had low levels of potassium has settled his High Court (...)

Fans of the Irish furniture designer Joseph Walsh, whose studio is in Riverstick, Co Cork, might be bemused at this inclusion in a Sotheby’s auction (...)

Auctioneer Ted Hegarty:  “I don’t really personally collect anything in particular – the dealer in me doesn’t allow it. Everything is for sale.”

Ted Hegarty runs Hegarty Antiques and Fine Art Auction Rooms – established by his late father – in Bandon, Co Cork. He, and his wife Margaret, h(...)

Renua Ireland leader Lucinda Creighton, with Senator Paul Bradford. Photograph: Alan Betson

Rural indigenous Irish companies must be given greater supports including high-quality broadband and roads as well as better access to credit, Renua (...)

December was, unsurprisingly, the wettest month in 2015 with most stations in the west, south and midlands recording their worst conditions for between six and 13 years. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Virtually every part of Ireland experienced double or triple the level of rainfall normally experienced in December. With much of the country still (...)

Pamela Mitford, painted in Paris c1925, by Paul César Helleu (1859-1927). The portrait will go under the hammer in Dublin next month

In the 1950s Pamela Jackson, an Englishwoman who lived at Tullamaine Castle near Fethard, Co Tipperary decided to leave Ireland. She had separated fro(...)

The tiger skin, which has been carefully preserved, was brought home to Ireland as a souvenir of the British Raj

Chance items in auction salerooms can bring to life the most unexpected aspects of our history. Among the lots on view at Sheppard’s in Durrow, Co Lao(...)

Stills from a photo album depicting the Royal Munster Fusiliers on duty in Rangoon Burma, not long before the outbreak of the first World War

Irish involvement in the first World War – a timely topic as the centenary commemorations get underway – was, for much of the 20th century, largely ig(...)

The shore of Lough Swilly on the Inishowen Peninsula in Co Donegal. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

What was described as the world’s longest way-marked-trail, a 2,500km Irish coastal route called the Wild Atlantic Way, was officially launched(...)

Sinn Féin Ireland South European elections candidate, Liadh Ní Riada, has said she was contacted by an expert in plant ecology who had series concerns over the extensive felling of Japanese larch proposed for Gougane Barra. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Coillte and the Forest Service have been called upon to clarify the extent of a fungal disease among trees at the Gougane Barra Forest Park in Co Cork(...)

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