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Esther Barron of Barrons Bakery, Paul Flynn of The Tannery and Marie Power of The Sea Gardener, at the launch of the West Waterford Festival of Food.

Tickets go on sale at 2pm on Tuesday for events taking place during the West Waterford Festival of Food (April 26-28th). It is the 12th running of thi(...)

Many motorists were stranded on Sunday following a series of snowstorms. File photograph: iStock

Icy conditions have been reported on roads in some parts of the midlands on Monday morning following widespread snowfall on Sunday. Many motorists w(...)

Simon Clark and Rachel Winter who are running around the coast of Ireland for their chosen charity Ecologia Youth Trust pictured in Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

“We’re quite shy, actually, both of us are,” says Simon, topping up his glass of ginger beer. “I’m not good at asking for anything, really,” says Rac(...)

Elizabeth O’Kelly aged 30. Photograph Tom Honan/courtesy Maynooth University

In October it was announced that Elizabeth O’Kelly had left a remarkable €30 million to charity in her will. Rosita Boland looks into her past(...)

 Juliet Short in action for Leinster: the player has been included in the Ireland team for the November Test matches. Photograph:  Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Just a few years ago Juliet Short was told she would never play rugby again when a spine injury threatened her career. She moved to Brazil to coach bu(...)

John Reynolds (left) owner of Pod nightclub, and Robbie Fox, owner of Renards, at a press conference in 2003. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

John Reynolds’s death at 52 has been met with disbelief in the music business and among his circle of friends, colleagues and acquaintances. It’s ha(...)

On the way to the Jerry Fish tent. Submitted by Gwen Frazer

Don’t leave Stradbally without entering your best shot from this year’s festival weekend in our photo competition. If you spotted something weird or w(...)

Electric Picnic: the festival will be bigger in 2019, according to Melvin Benn of Festival Republic, who was reading The Irish Times’ daily Ticket festival newsletter. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Electric Picnic is to expand for 2019, the organisers of this year’s sold-out music and arts festival say. An extra 2,500 people will be allowed into (...)

Electric atmosphere: Dublin fans at the Picnic celebrate their team’s All-Ireland win. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The pranksters from Ireland: A Survivor’s Guide may not have quite appreciated what they’d signed up for when they agreed to go on ahead of the screen(...)

Ways of the Festival: Emer Moloney, from Thurles, and Tara Byrne, from Cork, at Electric Picnic on Sunday. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The world of Electric Picnic has become normal. Sunday morning is laid-back and dreamy, trying to woo us back after Saturday night’s oversights. The r(...)

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