Eden

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New Year’s Eve in Dublin. Colleagues in the FT office on New Year’s Day this year were competing not about how late they stayed out the night before but about who managed to get to bed before 10pm. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Clearly none of us is getting any younger. But it still seemed remarkable that colleagues in the FT office on New Year’s Day were competing not about (...)

Ham Sandwich by Geraldine O’Neill,  Courtesy Kevin Kavanagh Gallery

Eve ate an apple, discovered the truth of everything, and got kicked out of Eden for her pains. It was a pomegranate that kept Persephone in the under(...)

Glenveagh’s business is weighted toward providing starter homes, 70 per cent of which are due to cost below €350,000. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Listed housebuilder Glenveagh Properties acquired two sites for a combined cost of €20 million which can deliver over 265 properties, it said on Tuesd(...)

The Aramark leaflet that has been distributed at the University of Limerick. Photograph: Clodagh Guerin

A company privately contracted to run three direct provision centres has defended its decision to distribute leaflets explaining its services for asyl(...)

Chelsea’s Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard will miss Thursday’s Europa League tie against Belarusian side BATE Borisov with a back injury and faces a race to be f(...)

“Employers are increasingly opening their doors to graduates of all disciplines. In finance and management consulting, they are interested in arts and social science graduates for the transferable skills they have.” Photograph: iStock
Positive prospects for graduates

It just keeps getting better. For the past three years, The Irish Times graduate recruitment supplement has heralded the best job opportunities for co(...)

Three days of 100-mile turns – through Glastonbury, Dartmoor and St Austell – got me to the most southerly point in the UK.

The mighty sun bows down to the night sky upon a magnificent summer’s evening. With it, a rustic palette of mahoganies, golds, magentas which trickle (...)

Picnic at Hanging Rock: this six-part adaptation will set out to find the answers to what really happened

Puppy Love Monday, BBC1, 7.30pm Some mutts would much rather roll around in something smelly or run through a muddy puddle than subject themselves to (...)

‘Glow’: No-one has ever said “let’s try and cash in on the lucrative retro women’s wrestling market”. But it works.

Here are the television programmes that have recently been bringing me joy. Gotham (E4 & Netflix) Once I would have dismissed this larger-than-l(...)

John Gray: stresses the point some atheist thinkers inherit their beliefs from western monotheism and spend very little time developing their own philosophies.

John Gray is a self-described atheist who thinks that prominent advocates of atheism have made non-belief seem intolerant, uninspiring and dull. At th(...)

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