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The scene after an Amtrak high-speed train derailled from an overpass near the city of Tacoma, Washington state. Photograph: Getty Images

The train that careered off an overpass in Washington state, killing at least three people, was travelling 50mph (80km/h) over the speed limit when it(...)

Patrick Guilbaud on Noma? “It’s not for me.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Beneath Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on Dublin’s Merrion Street, in a temperature-controlled room, thousands of wine bottles line the red-brick racks w(...)

Women who rely on birth control pills or contraceptive devices that release hormones face a small but significant increase in the risk for breast canc(...)

Dublin has joined 18 other European cities calling for the EU to make life safer for pedestrians by enforcing tighter regulations on the designs of tr(...)

The Christmas market in Krakow takes place in the mammoth central square, Rynek Glowny, in the middle of its atmospheric Old Town.

Vienna The Viennese have been holding Christmas markets since 1298 so they know how to do it. Of the 20 or so to choose from, the best sits in front (...)

A photograph from the exhibition The Light Gleams an Instant

Lightly built, with a relaxed manner and a watchful, gentle demeanour, Danish photographer Krass Clement was in Ireland recently for the opening of an(...)

Cúán Green in the kitchen at Noma, Copenhagen

As part of Food Month at The Irish Times, Irish chefs working abroad tell us about their jobs. Cúán Greene is a chef de partie at Noma in Copenhagen,&(...)

Brendan Mooney, chief executive of Kainos pictured in Belfast. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Kainos, a Belfast-based provider of digital services and platforms, reported a 5 per cent increase in profit as the company’s international expansion (...)

When was the last time you cried? Ken: A Thursday. Bad hangover, very tired, after going from Lisbon to Copenhagen. I was by myself listening to the (...)

Dublin ran Paris to the last count for the European Banking Agency, beaten on what Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney described as a “technicality”.

Paris and Amsterdam last night won the right to host two key European Union agencies following Brexit, snatching the prizes in both cases through the (...)

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