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I have seen God in the front-line workers in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices. Photograph: iStock

In the middle of March, just as the pandemic reached our shores, I was standing at a pedestrian crossing in my clerical collar. A car slowed down and (...)

Fish pie with  shellfish and   Parmesan crust. Photograph: iStock

Remember when chef Wade Murphy of Restaurant 1826 in Adare took part in the RTÉ TV show Healthy Appetite a while back, and almost gave dietician Aveen(...)

A Friday night treat: Crisp fried fish and chips. Photograph: iStock

Okay, let’s be honest, chipper chips cannot be replicated at home, not even if you have access to that vat of cheap vinegar that there’s never enough (...)

It’s a month to the day since the first case of coronavirus, also know as Covid-19, was diagnosed in Ireland. On February 28th, Michelle and Damien Ma(...)

Flooded with calls: ‘By yesterday we had it nailed, and feedback on the food was great. But people were getting frustrated that they couldn’t get through on the phone,’ says Gaz Smith of Michael’s of Mount Merrion. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Demand for takeaway food soared over the weekend, causing problems for some of the restaurants that have turned to offering meals for collection and d(...)

Earlier this week the Health Service Executive issued a guidance for churchgoers, advising that holy water fonts should not be used and the sign of the peace should be suspended.

People at one Dublin church this week were still dipping their fingers into holy water fonts and blessing themselves, despite warnings to the contrary(...)

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin: “Lack of respect for difference can undermine even peaceful societies. Fear of the immigrant can be exploited in terms that support narrow populism.” File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Racism and intolerance “are dangerous explosives that we only play around with at our own peril”, Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has sa(...)

Main Street, Dundrum. Photograph: Tom Honan

What’s so good about it? At the turn of the century, Dundrum was another quiet, fairly nondescript south Dublin area, where “shopping centre” meant a(...)

The Manor, Manor Kilbride, Blessington, Co Wicklow

20 Wellington Street, Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin 20 Wellington Street, Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin Status Came on the market in O(...)

Devin Toner’s home in Portobello, Dublin sold for €895,000

Rugby player Devin Toner and his wife, Mary, are on the move, following the sale of their Portobello home and recent purchase of a house in Mount Merr(...)

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