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Thomas Mulligan (Co Louth) plays from the water at the seventh green during the second strokeplay round of the Irish Amateur Close Championship at Ballyliffin. Photogra. Photograph: Pat Cashman

Whitehead’s John-Ross Galbraith is aiming to maintain his 100 percent record in the AIG Irish Amateur Close by winning it for the second time at Ball(...)

Emer O’Shea saw this six-spot burnet

Wild orchids are abounding up here in the northwest. At Tramore Beach I took this photo of a wee cinnabar moth on one. Emer O’Shea, Ballyshannon, C(...)

Senator Billy Lawless: due back in Chicago this week for a hip operation. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

On Wednesday morning in Washington, DC, Dick Durbin had some interesting information to impart to his fellow senators. “We all know the Senate of the(...)

Humpback whale off Cork. Photograph: Pádraig Whooley/IWDG

There is a vast array of everyday wonders around this island’s 7,800km rim. With the help of a group of coastal cognoscenti, here are 55 alternatives(...)

In 1995, Rody  Keighery built one of the largest purpose-built auction rooms in the country.

Rody Keighery is an antiques auctioneer in Waterford.His family business, RJ Keighery Auctioneers, holds regular auctions of art, antiques and collec(...)

Sisters Anna, Lucy and Cathy Dillon at the marina in New Ross at the launch of the southeast’s bid to be Europe’s 2020 Capital of Culture. Photograph: Patrick Browne

An award-winning playwright and the most successful GAA manager of all time are among the backers of the southeast’s bid to be designated Europe’s cul(...)

Onenightidreamed (pink cap),  ridden by WM Jordan, coming home to win in Leopardswown last May. Photograph: INPHO/Donall Farmer

Onenightidreamed is in line to try and record back to back wins in Sunday’s Group 3 Amethyst Stakes at Leopardstown. Tommy Stack’s mud-loving star j(...)

Power on: Given the skills shortage in the industry, technology companies are being defined by how well they can recruit, and keep, strong talent as persuading people to relocate from their home country can be very difficult.

Dublin may have no problems in attracting the big hitters in the technology industry to set up shop here but with a skills shortage in the industry, (...)

The success of the Great Western Greenway in Co Mayo can be seen in the hundreds of Irish people who take to the route every week. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Three significant occurrences in the past seven years have turned cycling in Ireland into a more popular activity. They are the Dublin Bikes scheme in(...)

Professor Louise Richardson has been nominated  as Oxford University’s next Vice-Chancellor - a post equivalent to chief executive. Photograph: University of St Andrews

Waterford-born academic Prof Louise Richardson is set to become the first woman to lead the University of Oxford. The university, the oldest in the En(...)

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