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Everyone writes because there is an inner compulsion, what Deirdre Madden (above) called “bearing witness” because one carries “moral knowledge”. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

“Writing and Identity” was the central topic of Novel Encounters, a recent meeting of Irish and Greek writers in Corfu that I helped to organise. The (...)

JoAnn Falletta:  whatever about San Francisco, she is surely a leading authority on the distance between Buffalo and Belfast, because for several years earlier this decade she was simultaneously the leader of the Ulster Orchestra and the Buffalo Philharmonic.

‘It’s a long way to Buffalo,” sang Van Morrison on his great 1971 song St Dominic’s Preview. But as he added: “It’s a long way to Belfast City too”. A(...)

Voxpro founders Linda and Dan Kiely, who were recognised by Cork Chamber with the Outstanding Achievement in Business award, having taken their company from just six employees 20 years ago to the recent sale for $150 million to Telus International. The award was presented at the Cork Chamber Dublin dinner last night in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Rd in front of 600 guests. Pictured with the Kielys are (from left) John Higgins, partner of sponsors EY; Conor Healy, chief executive of Cork Chamber; and Bill O’Connell, president of Cork Chamber. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

Government growth plans for cities outside Dublin will perpetuate the current imbalance that favours the capital over the rest of the Republic, accord(...)

President Michael D Higgins delivers the keynote address at the Social Justice Ireland Policy Conference in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government needs to “face up to the challenge” of the housing crisis and intervene more assertively in the market, President Michael D Higgins has(...)

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan: “The judgment recognises, for the first time, that there is a constitutional right to an environment that is consistent with the human dignity and wellbeing of citizens at large.” Photograph: Eric Luke

The recognition for the first time in an Irish court of a constitutional right to environmental protection “consistent with the human dignity and well(...)

Eamonn Cumberton (30) of Mountjoy Street, Dublin 7, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of 35-year-old Michael Barr in the Sunset House pub. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The trial of a man accused of murdering the manager of the Sunset House pub in Dublin last year has been adjourned until Wednesday morning. Eamonn Cu(...)

Annalise Murphy stands on board Turn the Tide on Plastic during day 15 of the Volvo Ocean Race. Photo: Sam Greenfield/Volvo Ocean Race

Apparently, I’ve started talking in my sleep. Much to the amusement of the others on board Turn the Tide On Plastic, I’ve been giving orders as if I’(...)

The George in Dublin. Photograph: Dan Lloyd

A man accused of vandalising one of Dublin’s best known gay bars with homophobic graffiti has been further remanded in custody pending his trial. Eoi(...)

July 2017: High Court approves €15m for boy brain damaged at birth due to alleged medical negligence. Jack Leane, through his mother Annette Leane, su(...)

Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster: “If people are going to put up borders, it will be the European Union that puts up a border. It will certainly not be the United Kingdom or Northern Ireland. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty

Arlene Foster has accused the Taoiseach of using Northern Ireland to extract concessions for Dublin in negotiations between Britain and the European U(...)

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