Kilkeel

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A bowl of ramen, at Bia Rebel, 409 Ormeau Road, Belfast. Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

We’ve marked this year’s newcomers and used a € to flag everywhere that serves a main course for less than €15 Bia Rebel NEW 409 Ormeau Road, Be(...)

Chef and restaurateur Niall Sabongi with members of the Irish Times Food & Drink Club  at the Meet The Chef event at The Seafood Cafe in Temple Bar.  Photographs: Nick Bradshaw

They were the fastest selling seats in town when the Irish Times Food & Drink Club held its first Meet The Chef event at The Seafood Café in Dubli(...)

Tiller + Grain, 23 Frederick Street South, Dublin 2. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

We’ve marked this year’s newcomers and used a € to flag everywhere that serves a main course for less than €15 Tiller + Grain € NEW 23 Sout(...)

Daniel Stewart. Photograph: Lily Duffield

Trailed two-hundred-and-seventy miles, Fought bitter gales hard, Swum turbulent showers, Blazed freezing chills, And now, I awake in Armagh. Abandone(...)

Chris and Ossie Wallace of   Bedwin Soft Furnishings. ‘I would be extremely annoyed to see another referendum,’ says Chris

Bedwin Soft Furnishings is a second-generation family business founded by Ossie and Pamela Wallace in Kilkeel, Co Down, in 1984. The business now has (...)

Two fishing boats seized by the  Navy moored in Clogherhead, Co Louth. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

The captains of two small Northern Ireland registered fishing boats who breached fishing regulations in a Co Louth bay have been given the benefit of (...)

The davit from the ‘Lusitania’ at the Old Head of Kinsale Lusitania Museum.

The owner of the Lusitania has paid tribute to communities north and south of the Border for their role in bringing one of the largest artefacts from (...)

Carlow management Turlough O’Brien and Steven Poacher. Photograph: Ken Sutton/Inpho

Manchester Metropolitan University, September 1997 Local band Oasis have just released their third studio album, Be Here Now, the then fastest-sellin(...)

Laura Graham crosses the finish line to win the ladies race in the 2017 Belfast City Marathon last May. Photograph: Stephen Hamilton/Presseye

There are lots of good ways to fine-tune your marathon preparations, and running a marathon is not normally considered one of them. For Laura Graham, (...)

Fish producers’ representative Dick James at Portavogie harbour, Co Down. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dick James, who leads the 170-plus fishermen plying their trade every day from the ports of Ardglass, Kilkeel and Portavogie into the waters around No(...)

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