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A sign with a portrait of Anders Tegnell, the face of the country’s response to the novel coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, is hanged at an entrance to a restaurant to instruct people to wash their hands in Sodermalm, Stockholm. Photograph: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP

At the start of this year, Anders Tegnell was just a low-profile bureaucrat in a country of 10 million people, heading a department that collects and (...)

Billy O’Shea: ‘Beers are famously expensive here, costing around €10 per pint, but rents are not as high as in Dublin.’

Ireland was no place for young “adventurers” in the 1980s so musician Billy O’Shea left for Europe, settling down in Copenhagen. Having completed hi(...)

Deirdre McGettrick says life in London is good, but advises people looking to launch a start-up to do their homework.

Sligo native Deirdre McGettrick combined her love of design with her experience in finance to create a Skyscanner-type website for home furnishings. (...)

Aimsir: Majken Bech-Bailey and Jordan Bailey

Lobster rolls, lamb kebabs and purple-potato fries with cheese foam, cooked in an Airstream trailer by the team from a restaurant with two Michelin st(...)

Francie and Kathleen Marry on their wedding day.  Family members say they looked like Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

Chilean student Estafany Alquinta González pictured in Ringsend Park in Dublin on Friday. Photograph: Laura Hutton / The Irish Times

“Can you explain to mum that I’m okay. Tell her, I don’t know, that they’ve put me in some sort of medical centre until the next flight leaves for Cop(...)

Police stand by the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen, Denmark, after it was vandalised. Photograph: Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix via AP

Denmark woke up on Friday to the words “racist fish” scrawled across the base of the Little Mermaid, the bronze statue honouring Hans Christian Anders(...)

Dublin-based pilots from Cityjet picketing outside the company’s headquarters at Swords Business Campus, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Cityjet executive chairman Pat Byrne said on Tuesday that a pilots’ protest at the Irish airline’s offices did not “serve anyone well”. Pilots facing(...)

Ryanair, which has continued to operate a small number of flights between Ireland and the UK throughout the health crisis, will start re-opening more routes in the coming days. Photograph by Crispin Rodwell/The Irish Times

Ryanair has flown its first passenger flight in more than three months from Dublin to Milan in northern Italy. It’s understood the flight, which dep(...)

Cityjet pilots facing the possible loss of their jobs will protest at the Irish airline’s headquarters in Dublin on Tuesday.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Almost 60 Cityjet pilots facing the possible loss of their jobs will protest at the Irish airline’s headquarters in Dublin on Tuesday. Around 270 job(...)

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