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Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary  at the airline’s agm on  September 20th. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Within hours of warning shareholders this week that profits would fall below what they were expecting, Ryanair was advertising 25 per cent off flights(...)

Ailish Lalor: ‘I didn’t want to pay UK tuition fees, so the Netherlands was a nice middle ground.’

As Leaving Certificate students around the country await Monday’s CAO offers in the wake of their results, there’s a chance that some of their peers h(...)

Team Ireland: Allianz European Championships 2018

There are just two weeks to go until Europe’s best para swimmers battle it out at the Allianz European Championships in the National Aquatic Centre in(...)

An artist’s impression of the Project Milestone development in Eindhoven

The Dutch city of Eindhoven is to be the first in the world to have habitable homes made by a 3D printer, in an innovation its backers believe will re(...)

Prof Marc de Smet: “We anticipate that procedures currently off-limits will now be feasible, such as facilitating the delivery of gene therapy to the retina.” Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

The use of robots in surgery is going to transform medicine in the near future and revolutionise eye operations where a high degree of precision is re(...)

Ryanair is now operating in 34 countries, and will also be introducing flights to and from  Lviv in Western Ukraine

Ryanair’s expansion continues unabated with news that it is to begin flying to and from Ukraine from October. The announcement means the airline is (...)

Participants set off from the starting line at Collins Barracks. Photograph: Ciarán D’Arcy/The Irish Times

A palpable mix of trepidation and excitement was in the air at Collins Barracks on Saturday morning as 166 students set off to far-flung destinations (...)

Naoufal Fassih: The Dutch-Moroccan  is escorted from the High Court on January 27th. Photograph: Courts Collins

Naoufal Fassih’s nickname among those whom he allegedly commissioned to pump bullets into Peter Raap is “Buik” – Dutch for “stomach”. It is not hard (...)

Increasing numbers of Irish students are considering study options in Europe due to affordable fees, prestigious courses and easier entry requirements. Photograph: iStock

Thousands of college hopefuls have been scrambling to apply for third-level courses in Ireland in recent weeks. But increasing numbers are looking fu(...)

Liminal, an exhibition of Irish design, at Fuori Salone in Milan, Italy

Irish Design 2015 brought together a country-wide, innovative approach to design in Ireland. The campaign, supported and funded by the Department of J(...)

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