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 Cathy Wintsch enjoying an early game of Paddy’s Day golf in Geneva, Switzerland

This week we asked what you’ll be doing on a St Patrick’s Day like no other – wherever you are in the world. Here’s what you told us It just didn’t f(...)

The report also noted that mortgage lending had hit a ‘new cycle high’ of €1.1bn in October. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

House prices surged 6 per cent last year, the fastest pace of growth recorded in almost three years, according to a report by property website MyHome.(...)

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris announced refunds for some college students in Budget 2021 to compensate for the shift towards online learning. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Online lectures, empty campuses, socially distanced social events: everything has changed about college this year, it seems, except the cost. We aske(...)

 Kitsch Doom’s The Clothes Wear You: She is dressed in character as Meryl Daze for the We are Solitary exhibition. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

An exhibition that almost did not happen, exploring our need for connectedness at a time of enforced solitude, opens at the Rua Red gallery in Tallagh(...)

In all these respects, it was no different to Dublin, yet somehow it felt different.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In our house, I’m the holiday Czar. Once we’ve agreed the location, I’m the one who books flights and accommodation and plans out where we might eat, (...)

John Savage exchanged an office in Dublin for Rosses Point, Co Sligo. John and his wife Julie have a two-year-old son, Luca,   and are expecting a second child in November. Photograph: Moose Video

Anthony Kelly had been preparing to move to Los Angeles with wife Fionnualla and son Darragh (2) when “Covid hit”. The co-founder of Glofox, which pro(...)

The coronavirus pandemic brought a significant increase in housing supply in urban areas and cities.

The cessation of a moratorium on evictions and rent increases during the Covid-19 emergency will make it more difficult for people outside the Dublin (...)

The HSE is seeking a contractual arrangement with the private sector in relation to the provision of CT and MRI for GP referral. Photograph: Tobias Schwarz

The burden which the health system is facing in the months ahead between Covid-19, flu and the ongoing growth in demand for services is very concernin(...)

Having two cities in separate jurisdictions creates problems and opportunities for business. Photograph: iStock

Dublin and Belfast are Europe’s third- and ninth-ranked “tech cities of the future”, according to an annual survey published in last week’s Financial (...)

John Shevlin is pictured at St Stephen’s Green on Bloomsday 2020. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

“Bloom plodges forward again. He stands before a lighted house, listening. The kisses, winging from their bowers fly about him, twittering, warbling, (...)

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