A typed version of a surrender letter from 1916 Rising leader Patrick Pearse has sold for almost €300,000.

A typed version of the 1916 surrender letter of Patrick Pearse made £263,000 (€299,000) at an auction in London, more than twice its upper estimate of(...)

Arun Bakery features in a short film about Dublin’s food history

A TASTE OF SPAIN It might not be quite as good as being there, but the Spanish gastronomic workshops run by the Instituto Cervantes bring a real flav(...)

Besides having access to an endless amount of material online, students of some social classes have experienced friends and parents who can lend a hand with continuous assessment assignments. Photograph: Getty

The Government has announced planned new powers to prosecute “essay mills” and other forms of academic cheating. However, the powers as outlined may m(...)

Ballyvaughan Farmer's Market, Co Clare - which is open for the summer season

The most scenic of farmer’s markets Ballyvaughan Farmers’ Market in Co Clare has reopened for the summer season, with a range of food demonstrations (...)

Elinor Vere Wiltshire: May 30th, 1918- January 20th, 2017

Elinor Vere Wiltshire (née OBrien), who died earlier this year, was a talented Limerick-born photographer whose pictures of Dublin in the 1950s and 19(...)

When people come to visit us at Clonbrock Castle, flanked by its picturesque assemblage of turrets, walled gardens and cottages, they usually first ex(...)

Could this be not only the book that Russell chanced upon, but even the actual copy that inspired his pen-name?

“Ce qu’on aime le mieux dans Yeats, ce sont ses vers. Mais le chef-d’œuvre d’A.E., qui est un grand artiste, c’est encore lui-même.” - Simone Téry Th(...)

Detail from Jane Fortune’s house

Who is continuing the tradition of the great Irish folklore gatherers of the postwar years: Séamus Ó Duilearga and Seamus Ennis, and Alan Lomax in the(...)

The OPW considered moving the Seanad to, among other venues, Convention Centre Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Office of Public Works (OPW) contemplated moving the Seanad to the Mansion House, Trinity College and the RDS before opting to go next door to th(...)

Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys, announced winners. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Collins

The Irish Times is among 10 websites which have been chosen by the public for preservation by the National Library of Ireland (NLI) to mark the centen(...)

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