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Liam Miller in action for Manchester United against Arsenal in the League Cup in 2004. Photograph: Paul Barker/Getty

Former Celtic, Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder Liam Miller, who died on Friday night at the age of 36 after suffering from pancre(...)

In a word . . . Easter

There is a certain misfortune about Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day falling on the same date next week. Those who see life through blue-tinted glass(...)

Miller made 21 appearances for Ireland. Photo: Jamie McDonald/Getty Images

Former Ireland, Celtic and Manchester United midfielder Liam Miller has died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Miller, a Cork native, was repor(...)

This faded Celtic Tiger five-bed on two acres beside Castleknock Golf Course in Porterstown has a reserve of €1 million

BidX1 continues its disruptive march across the property buying and selling landscape with three online auctions scheduled to take place this month. T(...)

President Higgins said people are now standing ‘at a highly critical juncture in world history’. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The depopulation of rural Ireland, “which is proceeding at a galloping pace”, and the continuing violence in our cities, should concern us all, Presid(...)

Street soccer in Trenchtown, Kingston, Jamaica. Photograph: Phil Clarke Hill/Getty Images

“Can I go again?” I asked the chap holding the rope over the waterfall. His face cracked into an infectious smile. “Yeah, mon. If it’s nice, do it tw(...)

 The Tower development, including the Happy Pear Restaurant. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Clondalkin is without question one of the best value neighbourhoods in the capital, offering prices that are affordable to most and a location within (...)

Drogheda, County Louth has a huge amount going for it – and has superb value across all levels of the market. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Drogheda is underrated. While Meath, Kildare and Wicklow garner more attention in the residential-commuter property-market, Louth goes under the radar(...)

Sean O’Boyle:  A natural publisher, he took to the trade like a duck to water: first with Veritas, then establishing Columba Press as his own imprint

The death of Sean O’Boyle in a Dublin hospital after a long illness ends an era in Irish publishing. He was founder of Columba Press, which specialise(...)

Belfast’s Westlink dual carriageway. “A motorway between Belfast and Derry might have a weak financial case but as a way to knit Northern Ireland together it would have been unsurpassed.”

In the week leading up to Stormont talks, which restarted yesterday, the topic that captured imaginations in Northern Ireland was a bridge to Scotland(...)

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