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Those were the days . . . Steph and Tony Booth walking near the house they were renovating near Blacklion, Co Cavan  in 2004. They are now back in England. Photograph: Frank Miller

A few weeks ago Tony and I rented a small cottage in Suffolk near Aldeburgh in England. For a number of years I have suggested we visit, but have neve(...)

Ian jnr and Kyle Paisley at Stormont Hotel in Belfast. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Kyle Paisley recalls a particularly dramatic re-enactment of the Old Testament story when he was five years-old in which God commanded Abraham to kill(...)

Adrian Coen’s vegetable storage unit, €670

Roche Bobois, 10 years in Ireland Ten years ago, before Ireland fell off a financial cliff, husband and wife team John and Dorothy Power opened a fla(...)

Keith Baker (61) who was sentenced to 15 years in jail for the abuse of a now 53-year-old woman with severe learning difficulties over an eight-year period

The North’s Public Prosecution Service is considering appealing the sentence given to a Craigavon, Co Armagh couple who sexually and physically abused(...)

The former Pizza Hut outlet at 24 Suffolk Street in Dublin 2.

The pent-up demand for restaurant trading opportunities in Dublin’s south inner city area, partly because of the difficulties of getting new planning (...)

Cemeteries were hunting grounds for bodysnatchers in the 18th and 19th centuries. Photograph: Barry Lewis/Getty Images

Digging up a body was a dirty, complex and very profitable exercise in the 18th and 19th century. A booming interest in human anatomy, paired with a (...)

Waves crash into the sea wall at Seaham Harbour, Durham as east coast was braced for a storm surge at Friday lunchtime. Photograph:  Owen Humphreys/PA

Homes are being evacuated and warnings of life-threatening floods are in place as Britain’s east coast prepares for high tide. Thousands of resident(...)

Panti Bliss (and Rory O’Neill): “Growing up in 1970s and 1980s Mayo, being an Irish boy meant ticking a number of boxes: you had to like football, you had to like U2 . . . People like me were not part of what being Irish was supposed to be . . . but in a short space of time we have achieved so much.” Photograph:

My project has never been about gay rights per se. What I was really interested in was making the definition of Irishness more elastic. Elastic enough(...)

Blue Drift 5, by Graham Crowley

Graham Crowley Cross Gallery, Dublin **** Several of the paintings in Graham Crowley’s new show were inspired by a perennially popular work in the (...)

St Andrew’s on Suffolk Street ceased to be used as a church in 1993 and was rented up to about a year ago by Fáilte Ireland’s tourism body

A former Dublin church close to the bottom of Grafton Street is expected to be given a new role when it is let shortly through estate agents Cushman &(...)

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