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Waterford Distillery founder Mark Reynier: “Almost all Irish whiskey comes from three distilleries, so while there may be over 100 labels on display at Dublin airport, most of it comes from the same few sources.”

The Irish whiskey sector generally likes to portray itself as one big happy family. There may be intense competition between the various players, but(...)

Three-storey house with swimming pool near the palm-edged Bathway Beach in Granada

IRELAND: CO MAYO Urban Link is seeking €235,000 for this four-bedroom bungalow in Castlebar, Co Mayo. Castlebar, Co Mayo SPAIN: MURC(...)

United Nations’ Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrives for a meeting with NGOs before the final session of the COP24 summit in Katowice on Friday. Photograph: Janek Skarzynski/AFP/Getty Images

The United Nations talks on securing a robust rule book for the Paris agreement on climate change were edging closure to agreement last night after 24(...)

Joe Naughton Auctioneer is seeking €240,000 for this three-bedroom, two-bathroom house in Athlone, Co Westmeath Grenada: Bathway (...)

Three-bedroom house on just over half an acre in Ballina, Co Mayo

Sherry FitzGerald Feeney West is seeking €140,000 for this three-bedroom house on just over half an acre in Ballina, Co Mayo. Three-storey (...)

Seriously solid crew: Brockhampton

What: Boy band rap moguls in waiting. Where: US, Grenada and Ireland Why: Crews have been synonymous with rap music since the days of The Rock Stead(...)

Jane Harris: her new novel charts the perilous journey of two slave brothers from Martinique to Grenada in the 18th century

Like their beloved fictional cousin the unreliable narrator, the inadequate narrator of a novel draws the reader into a tale by forcing them to take a(...)

An anti-government activist protests against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro. Photograph: Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images

The constitutional stand-off in Venezuela has intensified. The country is now home to two rival legislatures vying with each other for power from the (...)

Thomas Mair, who has been found guilty at the Old Bailey, London of the murder of the MP Jo Cox. There is little doubt that he regarded Cox as a “collaborator” against the white race.  One of the last searches he conducted on Birstall library computers was into people who had been executed as traitors. Photograph:  West Yorkshire Police/PA Wire

Reclusive, nervous and by his own account gripped by feelings of worthlessness, Thomas Mair struck his neighbours and many of his relatives as odd but(...)

US president George W Bush  and British prime minister Tony Blair walk together from their meeting at the US embassy in Brussels, Belgium. File photograph: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

The calamitous consequences of the 2003 invasion of Iraq are difficult to overstate, for that country and its neighbours and for the security of the w(...)

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