Patrick Guilbaud on Noma? “It’s not for me.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Beneath Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on Dublin’s Merrion Street, in a temperature-controlled room, thousands of wine bottles line the red-brick racks w(...)

Buster the Boxer: our ideas will give the John Lewis Christmas ad a run for its money

Halloween is over. The whimsical Christmas ads are about to start, and The Irish Times wants to steal a march on the season by selling some ideas to T(...)

An independence supporter outside the Palau Catalan Regional Government Building in Barcelona earlier this week. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

The policy committee for Dublin City Council has recommended that the Catalan flag be flown over Dublin City Hall for a month-long period. Councillor(...)

The kitchen with a view through to the lounge at 92 Merrion Road

In the heart of embassy land in Ballsbridge,Dublin, the houses of Merrion Road have a solid appeal. The presence of the Intercontinental Hotel (former(...)

More than  60,000 people  attended the Tullamore Show. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

With record-breaking crowds, occasional sunshine and no rain, the Tullamore Show was marred only by the “shameful” absence of any Government Ministers(...)

The shape and scale of our homes make an obvious difference to how we live. You might find you sit up a bit straighter in lofty Georgian drawingrooms,(...)

Laptop X-ray:  It is estimated that 60-90 per cent of passengers carry  large portable electronic devices and a ban would require additional security staff at airports.  Illustration: Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters

A proposed ban by the US of laptops and other large portable electronic devices (PEDs) on flights coming out of Europe would disrupt operations at 53 (...)

Kate Madden of  Loreto College on St Stephen’s Green, explains her project Will Eating a Mars Bar Increase the Average Speed of a Galloping Pony?  to President Michael D Higgins back in 2013. Photograph: Eric Luke

Two young entrepreneurs made a big impression on the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall when they met in Áras An Uachtaráin on Wednesday. Sister(...)

British foreign secretary Boris Johnson said the 1916 commemorations ‘struck exactly the right note’. Photograph: Johannes Simon/Getty Images

There has been much justifiable comment in recent years about the extent to which Anglo-Irish relations have improved, but maybe you can have too much(...)

Agnes and Thomas Collins from Phillip Street in Waterford city had eight boys. Six of them, Stephen, Michael, John, Joseph, Patrick and William, enlisted in the British army during the Great War.

The Royal British Legion and the Irish Defence Force marched together in Waterford city on Saturday to commemorate six brothers from one family who fo(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »