Tullamore

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Paul Lynam, Proprietor The King Oak, Tullamore. Photograph: Tom O’Hanlon.

Ahead of Tuesday’s budget The Irish Times will speak to people from different walks of life about what they would like to see introduced. In 2012 Pau(...)

Over the last decade, marked by an avalanche of new initiatives, our school leaders have been put under extreme pressure, says John Boyle, INTO general secretary. Photograph: iStock

I was a primary school principal teacher for nearly 20 years. I have an intimate understanding of the role. School leaders are the cement that holds a(...)

Immanuel Darkwa pictured in Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Immanuel Darkwa’s first experience of Monaghan town was a dark bus station late at night. The Ghanaian architect had arrived in Dublin Airport earlier(...)

Seamus Darby behind the bar of Darbys The Greyhound at Chapel Street, Toomevara, Co. Tipperary. Photograph: fergalshanahan.com

Seamus Darby, the man who scored the most famous goal in the history of Gaelic football, has already been the subject of radio and television document(...)

Aine Ryan on the platform after getting off the  overcrowded Westport train on its arrival at Heuston Station. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

It’s chaos and we are only in Ballyhaunis. I’m on the 9.45am train from Westport to Dublin Heuston and there are only three measly carriages and the a(...)

The Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, persuaded the grassroots Beef Plan movement to stand down their protests and take part in talks last Friday. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Talks began on Monday afternoon aimed at resolving the dispute between cattle farmers and meat processors over the price paid for animals, which led t(...)

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times/Files

Protesting Irish beef farmers have been urged by Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed to lift their pickets at meat processing (...)

Supporters at Shane Lowry’s home golf club, Esker Hills Golf Club, Tullamore, celebrate his victory. Photogrpah: Lorraine O’Sullivan/PA Wire

The Offaly Faithful were glued to the televisions in the clubhouse as their hero closed in on the British Open. Esker Hills in Tullamore, where Shane(...)

Accounts filed by the National Ploughing Association of Ireland Company Ltd show pretax losses at the company were €494,370 in the 12 months to the end of January 31st. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The impact of Storm Ali last year sent pretax losses soaring to almost €500,000 at the company which operates the National Ploughing Championships. T(...)

Sean O’Driscoll of  iNua Hospitality: ‘I think tourism is one of the sectors in Ireland that is most match-fit in dealing with the Brexit challenge.’ Photograph: Keith Wiseman

Sean O’Driscoll is the chief operating officer of iNua Hospitality, a hotel group that operates four and five-star hotels, including the Muckross Park(...)

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