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Clare Guinan (centre) and her daughters Megan and Lauren who moved into Bartra Healthcare’s Loughshinny Nursing Home four weeks ago to help protect the residents against Covid-19. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/The Irish Times

A mother and two daughters moved into a Dublin nursing home for more than six weeks at the height of the Covid pandemic to look after residents. Heal(...)

Henry Street in Dublin on Friday. The capital accounts for over half of the national total of 24,506 cases. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

There are significantly more cases of coronavirus on the north side of Dublin than other parts of the capital, according to new figures from the Healt(...)

Dr Elysha Brennan graduated top of her class from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland last year. ‘Never did we anticipate that we would be finishing off our intern year in the middle of a global pandemic.’  Photograph: Alan Betson

Former Rose of Tralee Dr Elysha Brennan has spoken of the toll that Covid-19 has taken on medical staff who have contracted the virus. Dr Brennan (27(...)

Jack Crowley has received some advice on his game from Ronan O’Gara. Photograph:  James Crombie/Inpho

The rugby posts stand like sentinels in the paddock adjoining his family home in Innishannon and that’s where Jack Crowley can be found at some point (...)

 Frank Halpin had a great sense of humour, loved a pint of Guinness and a singalong

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

‘People who are self-isolating, at risk, who have underlying health conditions or are in wheelchairs – hey need the delivery slots.’ Photograph: iStockPhoto

If you were thinking of doing your weekly shop online this week to avoid busy supermarkets, you might want to think again. A surge in demand over the (...)

Skerries has a working harbour. Photograph: Alan Betson

What’s so good about it? It’s grim up north? Not in this utterly charming seaside town. As one of the few coastal spots on the eastern side of the co(...)

Jimmy Lawless, grandson of Séamus Lawless who was murdered by the Black and Tans in January 1920, at the spot he was killed on Bridge Street, Balbriggan. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Jimmy Lawless has plastic bags and boxes of old certificates and yellowing photographs of his grandfather Séamus Lawless, who was killed by the Black (...)

Raheny Village, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

What’s so good about it? Living by the sea is a dream for many; while Raheny’s house prices have climbed in the past decade, they’re not as forbiddin(...)

Knocknagin House, Balbriggan, Co Dublin

An historic north Dublin house that has been on and off the market for much of the last decade has been relaunched for sale – at less than its 2010 as(...)

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