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Jonathan Duncan and his wife Kathy. “We are staying for good – we have no intention of going back.”

Jonathan Duncan used to listen to the radio driving home from his job at Microsoft in Dublin every evening. The relentless dismal economic news(...)

Laois got their league campaign back on track with a well-deserved victory over a poor Galway in Portlaoise. A Gary Walsh goal from the f(...)

Father-and-daughter trainers: Richie and Joanna Clifford on Reality Bites, on RTÉ Two, a series whose lateral approach can generate unexpected results

I like this year’s series of Reality Bites, and not just because each slice-of-Irish-life documentary is well made but also because they are pl(...)

Dublin – Sunday’s celebrations include a “people’s parade” of up to 8,000 people (...)

Gunnera: the gargantuan Chilean rhubarb-that-isn’t. Illustration: Michael Viney

Spring doesn’t work without rain. After 17 days without a drop – such magical mornings! – a first millimetre in the rain gauge offered hope to (...)

A celebration of craft beer takes place in Dublin’s Docklands this weekend. Photograph: Marilynn K. Yee/The New York Times

Craft Beer Village, Dublin: Formerly known as the Craft Beer Festival, this celebration of Ireland ’s latest fascination will be based beside t(...)

St Patrick's Day annual celebrations in Trafalgar Square, London

LORNA O’GARA Mother of Hugh (6), Lily (12) and Grace (11), living in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil T(...)

Festival celebrations got into full swing with a spectacular projection on Trinity College Dublin, marking the official countdown to open the St Patrick’s Day Festival. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

As it was for New Year’s Eve, the front of Trinity is an ideal place to project images to celebrate the forthcoming national holiday. (...)

Erin (8) and Eve (7) Kirby from Dún Laoghaire dancing in Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green to highlight the St Patrick’s Festival céilí on Friday 15th March, featuring Dearbhla Lennon of Riverdance and a host of other professional dancers. Photograph: Alan Betson

Setting off 75 minutes before the real thing, the People’s Parade was billed by organisers of the Gathering and the St Patrick’s Festiva(...)

Looking beyond the shadows

Sir, – What two wonderful articles your March 12th edition: Martin Warde (“I’m a Traveller who does not travel”, Education)and Yvonne Cassidy ’(...)

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