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Reclining Rossmesiter. “Some of the character names,” Paul Howard couldn’t help but notice, “were not as funny as the real names of many of the competition entrants.”

I was overwhelmed by the response to the competition to create a character for the next Ross O’Carroll-Kelly book. There were hundreds of entries and (...)

Patrick Guilbaud on Noma? “It’s not for me.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Beneath Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on Dublin’s Merrion Street, in a temperature-controlled room, thousands of wine bottles line the red-brick racks w(...)

Kennedy Wilson owns €1 billion worth of propert in the Republic including Marshes Shopping Centre in Dundalk, Co Louth.

The value of seven high-profile Irish properties owned by Kennedy Wilson has grown by €54 million since it started buying the assets five years ago. (...)

Neil O’Sullivan in Bondi, Sydney

Neil O’Sullivan has packed a lot of living into the years since he moved to Australia. “I left Ireland on New Year’s Eve 2011. It wasn’t just one th(...)

Josepha Madigan with her husband Finbar Hayes and sons Luke and Daniel ahead of the first meeting of the 32nd Dáil at Leinster House. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Josepha Madigan has been appointed as the new Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. She replaces Heather Humphrey(...)

Dr Ciara Farrell’s friends and family have been carrying out searches in the south Dublin area over recent days.

A doctor who has been missing for two weeks has turned up safe. Dr Ciara Farrell (45), a psychiatrist at Tallaght Hospital, arrived at her parents’ (...)

Construction work has begun at RTÉ’s Montrose campus to create a new entrance on to the Stillorgan Road. The former creche building, seen to the right, will be demolished. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The construction of a new entrance to RTÉ’s site at its Montrose campus in Donnybrook in Dublin is under way and will be completed in the early months(...)

Elena Alliloueva-Lorigan at home in Stillorgan. Photograph: Alan Betson.

Few people can claim their great-great-grandfather’s actions changed the course of world history. Fewer still can claim a direct family connection to(...)

A mixed picture of education standards in Ireland’s schools emerges in revised school inspection reports which measure the quality of schools on a sli(...)

Nine out of 10 people in the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown area reported their health as being good or very good, the highest in the State, according to the CSO. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There is a significant difference in people’s view of their health depending on where they live, according to latest figures from Census 2016. Nine o(...)

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