Dr Andrew Halpin of the National Museum. Photograph: YouTube.

The National Museum of Ireland appears to have accepted it did not apply proper procedures when it suspended one of its assistant keepers over complai(...)

Marking the centenary of women’s suffrage at Leinster House in January 2018 were (back row, from left): Seán Ó Fearghaíl, Ceann Comhairle, Alice Mary Higgins, Catherine Martin, Fiona O’Loughlin, Ivana Bacik, Denis O’Donovan, Cathaoirleach, and Senator Gabrielle McFadden; (front row, from left): Meg O’Brien, Megan O’Malley and Evelyn O’Keeffe. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

This year marks the centenary of the passing of the 1918 Act which provided Irish women with the right to vote for the first time. Legislation passed (...)

William Garvey drinks cabinet: a foolproof way to hold your drink in style

Cocktail cool There’s a foolproof way to hold your drink in style this Christmas: get yourself a bespoke bar cabinet from William Garvey furniture Ma(...)

 William Gregory and Stephen Murphy, two of the people who found the boat in the River Boyne. In the background is the Mary McAleese Boyne Valley Suspension Bridge

The remains of a 5,000-year-old logboat have been discovered in the River Boyne near Newgrange. The discovery close to the Brú Na Bóinne World Herita(...)

Galway Traveller Movement members Anne Ward and Annie McDonagh. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy.

Do people have positive experiences of Traveller culture? Why has an 18-year-old promise to update hate crime legislation not been updated? And should(...)

The group from Donegal, who discovered the gold hoard at Tullydonnell Lower, near Convoy, at  the official opening of the Tullydonnell  exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA

It has lain in the earth of a Co Donegal field for 3,000 years, but on Wednesday night one of the heaviest hoards of gold ever discovered in Ireland w(...)

The late Mary Mulvihill  often chose to feature scientists who themselves showed passion and love for their work. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Applications for the 2019 Mary Mulvihill Science Journalism Award 2019 for students, themed “science for the love of it”, are now open. This is the t(...)

A very unusual event will be coming to Ireland next year when “Anatomy Lab LIVE” hosts its “surgical spin on dinner and dissection” in Belfast, Dublin and Limerick. After dinner, the operating theatre in the room will spring into action. Ventilators, a crash trolley and full team will “race the clock to save a patient’s life”. The show includes spectator involvement, with each table including a surgical trolley with clamps, scalpels and an array of surgeon’s tools. The show, which tours Britain in the first months of 2019, comes to Belfast on March 16th, Dublin on April 7th, and Limerick on April 28th. Standard tickets are £79/€89. See anatomylablive.co.uk

1) A free public talk on childhood eczema will be held in the Red Cow Moran Hotel, Dublin on Saturday, September 29th from 10.15am-3pm. Speakers inclu(...)

Nano Nagle Place: a renovated space for Cork’s 21st-century communities

The legacy of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin in Ireland; the history of the earliest piece of documented Chinese porcelain in Europe, the Fonthill Vas(...)

Lady Edith Blake  wrote on a wide array of topics based on her experiences abroad, including a history of the Maroons of Jamaica, the restoration of the Ming Dynasty, the position of women in China and life and death in Ireland.

Edith Osborne led a privileged yet troubled childhood. Her father, Ralph Bernal, was a liberal MP and a member of a fledgling political dynasty while (...)

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