Nerina Ramlakhan remembers when her daughter was a toddler, and how if she got too tired she would be unable to switch off. “There was a healthy level(...)

Ben Stokes: faces a protracted wait to learn if he faces any cricketing sanctions. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Ben Stokes and Alex Hales face a protracted wait to learn if they face any cricketing sanctions but there is understood to be no ill-feeling between t(...)

Bakerdays founder Andrea Guzyova. “We’re not going to close the door on any market”

UK-based online bakery company Bakerdays is looking to strengthen its presence in the Irish market, targeting growth in turnover here of up to 3 per c(...)

Undated handout photo issued by Lincolnshire Police of a caravan which men were forced to live in by the Rooneys. Photograph: Lincolnshire Police/PA

Eleven members of an Traveller family with Irish roots have been jailed in the UK for violently exploiting at least 18 victims of modern slavery. The(...)

Prof Robert Harrison, founder of the Human Assisted Reproduction Ireland, (Hari) unit at Rotunda Hospital, Dublin. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill
Obituary: Robert Harrison
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  • February 11, 2017, 06:07

Prof Robbie Harrison, who has died aged 76 from pancreatic cancer, was a pioneer in the field of assisted reproduction in the Republic. A gifted teach(...)

Winning photographer George Stoyle, from Muston, North Yorkshire, won the overall prize of £5,000 (€5,970) for his image of a huge lion’s mane jellyfish and its “hitchhikers”. He said: “As I approached cautiously I noticed that a number of juvenile fish had taken refuge inside the stinging tentacles.” Photograph: George Stoyle/BWPA/PA Wire

A striking image of young fish taking refuge among the stinging tentacles of a giant jellyfish has scooped the top prize in this year’s British Wildli(...)

‘Irish nationality is something that I’ve considered and discussed for a long time, and something that I’d take very seriously.’ Photograph: Getty Images

I grew up in Nottinghamshire. You’ll probably know us for Robin Hood, but I prefer to tell people that it’s the birthplace of ibuprofen. See which one(...)

Grangegorman Military Cemetery in Dublin. There are 613 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-1918 war including soldiers killed during the Rising

As many as 125 soldiers of the British army died during the Easter Rising. They came from every part of Ireland, as well as England, Wales, Scotland a(...)

‘Study for October Morning, Church Warsop, Nottinghamshire’ goes under the hammer on November 11th

Since it was acquired in 1970, The Goose Girl has been one of the most popular paintings in the National Gallery of Ireland. For years it was attribut(...)

Seán Conlan, a Deputy for Cavan-Monaghan, this morning said Enda Kenny needs to answer questions about how an email sent only to him and one other Minister by an antiques dealer had found its way into a national newspaper.

A Fine Gael TD has accused the Taoiseach and those close to him of an attempt to damage his reputation following leaks to a newspaper over a disput(...)

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