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Organic wine in Paris. Photograph: Vincent Isore/IP3/Getty Images

More organic wines are being produced than ever, but who decides what is organic and how strict are the rules? European wines are governed by legislat(...)

Teatree Bay, Noosa national park

I’m standing ankle-deep in warm waters, just off Lady Elliot Island at the southern-most tip of the Great Barrier Reef, gingerly holding a sea cucumbe(...)

Alan Hynes in 2014: this week his membership of Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) was revoked and costs of €550,000 confirmed against him. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

“Cunning, clever and conniving”, is how financial broker John Power described accountant Alan Hynes at his original disciplinary tribunal in 2014. Pow(...)

Minimalist: the Donegal home designed by Jim and Eilish Walsh’s son

Jim Walsh says he and his wife Eilish have landed in heaven. The pair, who recently retired after spending more than three decades working and living (...)

 Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Dart services have resumed between Greystones and Dalkey after an earlier “train failure” at Killiney, Irish Rail has said. Delays of up to 15 minut(...)

 Síofra Caherty, Fiona O’Doherty Mindy O’Brien, Flossie Donelly, Una Hand, Padraic Fogarty, and Kate Ruddock. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The grassroots uprising is underway and people of all ages are calling for great urgency on climate action. A lack of political action in Ireland has (...)

1 Cliff Terrace, Sandycove, Co Dublin: the refurbished two-storey-over-basement house sold for just over €2 million

The Residential Property Price Register was back in action this week after a long Christmas break that saw no updates on its website between December (...)

Gerard Byrne in his Ranelagh home. Photograph: Ruth Maria/ruthmaria.com

Painter Gerard Byrne and his landscaper wife Agata have converted a sliver of Ranelagh real estate into an expansive gallery-cum-home – one that has v(...)

 Eileen Battersby wrote about all aspects of the arts. Photograph: Alan Betson

The funeral of former Irish Times literary correpsondent Eileen Battersby is taking place in Drogheda this morning. Battersby (60) died on December 2(...)

Charities are appealing for unwanted gifts but they say they have neither the time nor volunteers to sift through what is useless. File photograph: Getty Images

What to do about all those presents you received at Christmas but which are quite useless, that is the question. Whether it is nobler, if you don’t mi(...)

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