Emer Davis and Sean Brady with their daughters Zaira and Iseult at the Taj Mahal during monsoon season.

Flying from Ireland into India five days before 1.3 billion people went into Covid-19 lockdown might sound like jumping from the frying pan into the f(...)

William Rowan Hamilton: In his winning essay, Hayes focuses on the ‘flash of genius’ Hamilton experienced in October 1843 when he carved the equation that had just come to his mind into the stones of Broombridge on the Royal Canal near Cabra, in Dublin

NUI Galway maths student James Hayes (17) is the 2020 winner of the Mary Mulvihill Award, the science media competition for third-level students. The(...)

The second World War photo album of Albert Sutton, who died in 2018 at the age of 96

A photo album from an Irish second World War veteran who was present at the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp has been made public fo(...)

An ancient burial site dating from around the 15th century has been discovered in north county Dublin. Gardaí in Swords were alerted after the disco(...)

The Monaghan Museum exhibition includes a full copy of the recently rediscovered intelligence book used by the IRA to target its enemies in the War of Independence.

Documentation outlining how the IRA dealt with spies during the War of Independence have been made available to the public for the first time. Monag(...)

Rare 18th Century oak hall chair with links to William Congreve, €500-€800,  Matthews

 The mether – or madder – as it is also known, is an ancient cup with four sides and three to four handles, unique to Celtic cultures. The name i(...)

Irish Museum of Modern Art at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin. Photograph: George Munday/Design Pics/Perspectives/Getty

For anyone who ever thought that arts and culture were elitist pastimes, think again. Seasoned savers know that you can get culturally rich on the tig(...)

Dr Maurice Manning, chair of the Expert Advisory Group, and Catherine Heaney, chair of National Museum of Ireland, at the opening of the Irish Wars Gallery 1919-1923 exhibition at the  museum  in Collins Barracks, Dublin. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography

Politicians have been told it “will be a shame, and shameful” if the tolerance that has marked the Decade of Commemorations is lost following the cont(...)

A mole within Dublin Castle was able to identify all 37 men in a photograph of F Company which reported to the chief of police in Dublin Castle and was involved in intelligence. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill/The Irish Times

The lengths to which the IRA went to target enemy intelligence officers in the War of Independence is revealed in a photograph album which has never b(...)

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Ireland. 1952. Dublin. St Stephen’s Green

Before Instagram shared the world via little square boxes on a screen, photographers were making it present through hugely influential magazines, and (...)

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