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Tommy Hilfiger’s Grafton Street store will not be reopening today. Photograph: Damien Eagers

Today is the day non-essential retail finally gets to reopen; but while many shop owners around the country will be gratefully pulling up the shutters(...)

high angle view asian chinese woman’s hand on mobile app covid 19 mobile app tracker on latest update and check in status during breakfast time

At the start of the pandemic, Covid contact tracing apps were one of the most heavily hyped digital tools advanced for tech-ing our way out of an emer(...)

Housing, employment and mental health among key challenges for young people. File photograph: iStock

Ireland’s young people are having a tough time of it – as the latest Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) report makes clear – with flat-lini(...)

Some students who are applying for science courses will already have a good sense of the type of course that interests them. Photograph: iStock

Science is one of the most popular choices for CAO applicants, and one that offers an abundance of career opportunities. Every university, technologi(...)

Working in law can be exciting and rewarding, and there’s always something new to learn

The long arm of the law isn’t confined to the work of solicitors and barristers: legal expertise is invaluable across a wide range of industries. Wh(...)

Burnout is defined by the WHO as ‘feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; increased mental distance from one’s job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one’s job; and reduced professional efficacy.’ Photograph: iStock

Over the past year, the environment of the pandemic has presented huge challenges for everyone. This had led to intense fatigue, cynicism, a f(...)

Rian McDonnell: Originally from Dundalk, he has set up FloWaste company

The environmental and financial impact of food waste inspired recent Trinity College graduate Rian McDonnell into starting a waste analytics company i(...)

Some of the letters from the H-blocks. Photograph: Julien Behal

Tiny, handwritten letters composed by republican prisoners in the H-Blocks and Armagh women’s prison in the lead-up to the 1981 hunger strikes, have e(...)

Liam Jones with his artwork at the Merrion Square open-air art gallery. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

It is Sunday afternoon and Dublin looks almost normal, with hundreds of people strolling Grafton Street and good-natured queues forming at the ice cre(...)

One silver lining for the homeless during the pandemic has been improved funding and services, though for some it has meant increased isolation and(...)

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