Dalkey

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Apartment M, Coliemore Apartments, Coliemore Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin

When Mary Flaherty and her late husband, Alexis FitzGerald jnr, stood on the path at the front of Coliemore Apartments overlooking Dalkey Island and h(...)

Tayto Park, Co Meath

This summer, The Irish Times will offer tips, advice and information for parents on how to help their children thrive during the holid(...)

Leading yachts in the Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race passing Dalkey Island and the Muglins Rock on Dublin Bay as they face fresh southerly winds at the start of the 280 nautical mile race to Co. Kerry.  Photograph: David Branigan/Inpho

A fleet of 38 boats ended Ireland’s drought of domestic sailing competitions on Dublin Bay when the biennial Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race got underway(...)

Selskar, 23 Knocknacree Park, Dalkey, Co Dublin.

Perched above Dalkey village and tucked into the side of the hill, 23 Knocknacree Park is a pocket of sunshine bursting with character and teeming wit(...)

Sheemore, number 1 Cunningham Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin.

At number 1 Cunningham Road, a short walk from the sparkly Dalkey seashore, Sheemore is a huge bright house in need of a family to move in and fill it(...)

‘Confidence differs from optimism and self-esteem, in that it is linked to action, with the brain chemical dopamine underpinning the feeling of reward at mastering a challenge.’ File photograph: Getty

Your research explores how our brain, mind and behaviour are linked. What drives your interest in that? The early 20th century was the era of physics(...)

“I step on a boat and sail out of Dun Laoghaire harbour into the bay and look at the horizon, I think on a different day and under different circumstances I could just keep going. Not turn around. It’s that sense of endless possibility.” File photograph: Getty Images

What drew me to sailing was that I always had a grá for it. I’d no background there. My family had no connection with sailing or the water. But I grew(...)

The historical Éire sign in Howth which is being restored. File photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Work has begun to uncover and restore the “Éire” sign at Howth Head, installed almost 80 years ago to warn fighter pilots not to drop bombs on Ireland(...)

‘We use our money to skip every other queue. Why should this one be any different?’

“Why don’t they just give us all the vaccine?” Honor goes, with the innocence of a child. “As in, why can’t we just, like, pay to get it before everyo(...)

Illustration: Alan Clarke

The People’s Pork in Dún Laoghaire is rammers and there’s, like, a definite tension in the air? You can see that even the Gords are nervous. I can he(...)

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