Leo Rowsome: his father recognised his talent from an early age

The title “King of the Pipers” has been bestowed on various Irish uilleann pipers but few would dispute that Leo Rowsome, who died 50 years ago on Sep(...)

Barbara Gormley: “I want to better understand how you get people to do what you need them to do when a health emergency happens”

You are doing your PhD on communications in pandemics, what perfect timing! “It is. It is not a surprise that we have had another pandemic; they are (...)

Eileen O’Mara Walsh with her son Eoghan, now chief executive of the domestic tourism association she founded. Photograph: Eoghan O’Mara Walsh

Eileen O’Mara Walsh, a former leading figure in the Irish tourism sector, has died aged 79. Ms O’Mara Walsh, a former chair of semi-State development(...)

Prof Neville Hogan has been awarded the 2020 Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) St Patrick’s Day Science Medal, one of the country’s most prestigious scientific honours.

An Irish pioneer of robotics used in healthcare, Prof Neville Hogan, has been awarded the 2020 Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) St Patrick’s Day Scien(...)

Once budding students have chosen their course, most colleges just want to know they’re up to the task. Photograph: Getty
How do I apply for an MBA?

Choosing which MBA to take on is the first hurdle, but what’s the application process like - and can it be off-putting? Luckily, for most MBA courses(...)

You should blink and look away every time you press the enter key.

Optometrist Eileen Hanley graduated with honours from Dublin Institute of Technology in 1988. She is a Fellow of The Association of Optometrists, and (...)

Penny Pu, the founder of the Chinese cultural association at the Smithfield fruit and vegetable market where the group is holding an event to mark the Chinese new year. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

On Penny Pu’s second afternoon in her new Irish home she received some unexpected visitors at the door. The young Chinese student had just arrived hom(...)

David Byrne replaces Duncan Lyster as managing director

Things are moving in Lisney as the agency closes its branch in Dún Laoghaire and prepares to open a new office on Mount Merrion Avenue in Blackrock. T(...)

IDA Ireland’s chief executive Martin Shanahan has joined the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School. Photograph:   Dara Mac Donaill

IDA Ireland’s chief executive, Martin Shanahan, has joined the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School for a five-year appointment as an adjunct (...)

Audio journalism takes flight: Noa chief executive Gareth Hickey

Irish media start-up Noa, which narrates written journalism in audio form, has agreed a new partnership with Dublin Airport that will see users of the(...)

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