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Quentin Fottrell as a little boy with his mum

I never saw my father cry. That behaviour was not unusual among his cohort. But how much has really changed since then? Picture a woman sitting oppos(...)

Seáneen Sullivan  in L Mulligan Grocer in Stoneybatter, Dublin which she co-owns. Photograph: James Forde

Food glorious food is not a song that has been traditionally sung with any great conviction by generations of tourists travelling to Ireland and while(...)

The plaque was unveiled in December on Cabra Bridge.

The destruction of a plaque in Cabra, north Dublin commemorating the 1916 Rising has been called “shocking, disappointing and upsetting” by the chairm(...)

Last-minute Christmas shopping. Photograph: iStock/Getty

ADULTS Dents Aviemore touch-screen gloves The gloves Among the most traditional of Christmas gifts, but what we like about Dents Avie(...)

Monopoly, the Dublin edition

I was wandering aimlessly through the Arnotts toy department last weekend idly wondering what presents Santa’s elves might be building this year when (...)

Ed Davitt pictured on the balcony of his Kilmainham apartment. Photograph: Dave Meehan

When Ed Davitt was making plans around moving back to his native Dublin to take up a job as a parliamentary assistant in Leinster House, he was taken (...)

Most-hated: Japanese knotweed is an incredibly invasive plant

Dublin City Council has agreed to work to eliminate one of Europe’s most hated weeds found on privately owned land in the Stoneybatter area of Dublin (...)

10 Ivar Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7 Two bedroom terraced house close to the cafes and shops. Scandi style interior with approx 56 sq m of living sp(...)

Owning a home is a more elusive goal then ever for twentysomethings. Photograph: Getty

Every so often, my dad and I drive around Rathgar, Rathmines or Portobello in south Dublin. “I used to live there before I got married,” he often says(...)

The layout consists of a terrace of four gable-fronted houses and the pair of longer, thin houses on Kelly’s Avenue and six houses to the rear.

Given the current housing crisis in Dublin, with so many people living on the edge, few could be happier than the social housing tenants who recently (...)

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