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Catherine Cleary with some of her plastic-free purchases. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There is a muscle memory for opening the lid on a glass milk bottle. You press down with your thumb firmly enough to dimple the foil but gently enough(...)

Irish romance: Tristan and Isolde in a 1902 painting by Edmund Leighton

From Dublin to Cork to Wicklow, follow in some famous footsteps and visit the sites of Ireland’s greatest love stories. As befits the count(...)

Dublin City Council plans to increase the number of areas covered by the three most expensive street parking zones, a move which will affect parking in city and suburban streets Photograph: iStock

Street parking charges in parts of Dublin are set to rise by up to 70 per cent, with areas around hospitals worst affected, under a new Dublin City Co(...)

Wolves arrived in Ireland 20,000 years ago and remained until the late 1700s.

Large predators are returning to Europe, with wolves making a comeback in Germany, France and Scandinavia. Recently wolves even turned up in Denmark f(...)

Defects like those seen in St James’s Wood in Kilmainham, Dublin 8 are unfortunately very common throughout developments built during the celtic tiger. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

How common are fire safety issues in Irish apartments? Defects like those seen in St James’s Wood in Kilmainham, Dublin 8 are unfortunately very commo(...)

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Residents at an apartment block in Dublin 8 that was found to have serious fire safety problems will not be forced out of their homes before Christmas(...)

Apartment owners at St James’s Wood in Kilmainham are facing a €3 million bill to remedy remedy fire-safety issues. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Fire safety issues like those seen in a complex in Dublin 8 are common in many apartment buildings built during the boom, a member of the Society of C(...)

Serious fire safety risks were found at St James’s Wood apartments in Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

A report published in The Irish Times on Monday found apartment owners in a Dublin 8 complex are being asked to pay €3 million to remedy serious fire (...)

St James’s Wood fire risk: the owners of the 119 apartments have been told it could cost up to €26,000 each to remedy the issues. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A fire-safety audit of a Dublin apartment block was commissioned three years ago when a resident noted a pungent cooking smell coming from a neighbour(...)

Kathleen Lynn was born on January 28th, 1874, in Mullafarry, near Cong in Co Mayo, the second oldest of three daughters and one son of Robert Lynn, Ch(...)

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