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The remains of Joe O’Callaghan, Douglas are taken from the Church of the Incarnation in Cork, following requiem mass with his widow Angeline being comforted as she walks behind. Photograph: Provision

A nephew of a Zimbabwean woman, whose Irish husband was found dead in a pool of blood in Cork, has thanked locals and the African community for coming(...)

Joanne Nicholson.

“Obviously for me, it’s not about a time, the real achievement for me will be finishing the half-marathon and if I have to walk or crawl or am dragged(...)

The Irish under-21 men have started off their US tour in style with  a 3-1 win over Japan at Yale

Monkstown completed their women’s EuroHockey Club Trophy campaign on a high with a 1-0 win over Ukraine’s MSC Sumchanka courtesy of Natalie Esteves’ 1(...)

Keith Clarke at Inishmurray Island off Co Sligo

Keith Clarke has been bringing visitors to Inishmurray Island, seven kilometres off the coast of Sligo, for 32 years, but says he was devastated last (...)

43 Upper George’s Street in Dún Laoghaire: one of the town’s oldest social clubs

One of Dún Laoghaire’s longest-running purpose-built social clubs is selling up after 130 years at 43 Upper George’s Street. The distinctive, large a(...)

An angler who had been fishing nearby when  the incident happened rang the coastguard. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A 41-year-old man who was found unresponsive, 1½ hours after he had gone snorkelling at Streedagh, Co Sligo , died as a result of Sudden Adult Death S(...)

5 The Grange, Terenure Road West, D6

5 The Grange, Laurel Place, Terenure Road West, Dublin 6 Large two-bed apartment on the ground floor of a period house with its own entrance as well (...)

Takeda first set up operations in Ireland in 1997, manufacturing products for global markets. Photograph: Reuters

Japanese pharmaceutical group Takeda will create up to 70 new jobs as it invests €25 million in the construction of a new facility at Grange Castle in(...)

Simon Coveney: “If we are going to counterbalance the dominance of Dublin then we are going to have to create economies of scale.” Photograph: The Irish Times

Cork is set to become the fastest growing city in Ireland over the next 20 years with the population of the city set to almost treble under a combinat(...)

St Declan’s Way: Walking in laneways that once echoed to the footsteps of medieval travellers

Christmas is the season for family, friends and indolent togetherness. A few days cooped up en famille, however, and cabin fever invariably triumphs o(...)

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