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Valerie O’Hanlon (right) on Ponte delle Scalzi (Scalzi bridge) with her sister Evelyn O’Hanlon Casserly (left).
Welcome to my place . . . Venice
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  • February 23, 2020, 06:00

Valerie O’Hanlon moved to Venice in Italy nine years ago. She lives with her long-term Italian partner and Venetian-born son. In Ireland she(...)

 About 250 members of the Dublin Cycling Campaign conducted a rolling protest along Dublin’s Liffey Quays last month to highlight ongoing delays in developing proposed Liffey Cycle Route. File photograph: Alan Betson

A Dublin cycling group has asked Dublin City Council to clean up several traffic junctions after reports of increased slips and falls by cyclists on g(...)

The National Children’s Hospital  is due to open on the St James’s Hospital site in central Dublin in 2023, when it will employ 6,000 staff. File photograph: The Irish Times

The operator of the national children’s hospital (NCH) is looking at an NHS-style arrangement of acquiring blocks of apartments for the staff who will(...)

1970 was a “year of militancy” for nurses, who marched in protest for the first time, as covered by The Irish TImes.

1970 was the year of the Arms Trial, escalating violence in the North, and a six-month bank strike. Apollo 13 told Houston it had a problem. Nixon cam(...)

Gardaí may be reluctant to knock on people’s doors because “they know there might be some comeback for those people” if they are seen to co-operate.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The assistant commissioner for Dublin has denied there are policing “no-go areas” in the capital following the publication of research stating crimina(...)

The report estimated there are around 650 individuals engaged in a loosely organised criminal network in the Dublin South Central Area comprising of career criminals, street dealers and children who provide supports. File photograph: iStock

Criminal gangs deliberately engage in anti-social behaviour in parts of Dublin’s southside as a mechanism to maintain control over an area and facilit(...)

The court heard the woman driver was left feeling shaken and terrified. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A robber who snatched a handbag from a woman’s convertible car on a summer’s day was identified from photos taken by a cyclist who witnessed the crime(...)

The queue to sign a book of condolence for broadcaster Gay Byrne in Dublin’s Mansion House. Photograph: Tom Honan

The queue of people lining up to sign one of the five books of condolence opened for Gay Byrne in the Mansion House in Dublin was long throughout Tues(...)

What Gay Byrne’s upbringing produced in him, particularly when younger, was a very strait-laced, uptight man, something he recognised humorously in later life

One of the great ironies about Gay Byrne is that, while so many believe he was the wedge which opened a narrow, insular Ireland to the wider world, he(...)

Cyclists and local residents held a vigil at the scene where a cyclist was killed on Friday  morning near  St James’s Hospital in Dublin 8. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times.

A vigil was held on Friday night in memory of a male cyclist who died following a collision with a cement mixer near St James’s Hospital in Dublin. T(...)

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