Lisa Carson: “Malta is open for business so check it out. Rents aren’t as high as Dublin and there are opportunities if you put in the work.”

Moving to Malta during the height of the recession in 2012 proved to offer much more than a lifeline for Lisa Carson. It turned out to be a great care(...)

Gloria Mulhall: died in fall from a window of her Dublin home. Photograph:

A music teacher died after she fell about 8m (25’) from the window of her third floor apartment, an inquest heard. Gloria Mulhall (50) who l(...)

Dublin-based barrister Liz Harpur: her nephew Ben-Hadad Kimani has been jailed in Kenya for double murder. The Irish Innocence Project is now examining the case. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

When Griffith College dean of law and founding director of the Irish Innocence Project David Langwallner was teaching Liz Harpur intellectual property(...)

Dr Mary McAleese: “Unquestioning deference can silence victims.” Photograph: Shane O’Neill/ Fennell Photography 2015

Former president Mary McAleese has said the Irish Innocence Project is an essential support to those failed by the criminal justice system. “It(...)

Norwegian student Hanna Guriby re-imagined the Hammam building as an urban spa

O’Connell Street is a street you pass through to get somewhere else, rather than a destination in itself, says John McDonald, interior designer and he(...)

Sean Cronin and Fergus McFadden at Griffith College. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Athletes retire early. Just as most people are making strides in their career – around their mid-30s – professional sports players are winding down(...)

UCD campus at Belfield. A group of UCD students are trying to ease the accommodation crisis for their peers by matching them with older people seeking company at home. Photograph: Eric Luke

An enterprising group of UCD students is trying to ease the accommodation crisis for their peers by matching them with older people seeking company(...)

Pictured at the presentation of the Thomas Heinrich Scholarship at Griffith College in Dublin were (from left) Tomás Mac Eochagáin, director of academic programmes, Robbie Smyth, deputy faculty head of journalism, Wolfgang Heinrich, Vaida Balbieriute (recipient), Alexandra Thom-Heinrich and Diarmuid Hegarty, president of Griffith College.

The parents of Thomas Heinrich, the German student who was stabbed to death in Dublin two years ago, have announced the latest recipient of a sholars(...)

Victoria Ueberegger’s reimagining of Our Lady of Lourdes as a community centre and exhibition space

What causes an area to decline? And, more importantly for the future, what might cause it to rise again? Just Imagine, the work of final year Inter(...)