Trinity College

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Doireann Garrihy: her ambition is to host a magazine-style show on national radio. Photograph: Dave Meehan

On November 9th, 2016, people all over the world were trying to come to terms with a new reality in which Donald Trump was leader of the free world. T(...)

Thirty years ago in Limerick city, brothers Noel and Mike Hogan, and drummer Fergal Lawlor, auditioned a young singer from Ballybricken called Dolores(...)

Chancellor of Trinity College Dublin, Mary Robinson (right) chats with honorary degree recipients (from left) architects Shelley McNamara and Yvonne Farrell and Professor Cormac Ó Gráda at the conferring ceremony. Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

“Queens of Venice” Yvonne Farrell and Shelly McNamara were among a group awarded honorary degrees from Trinity College on Thursday, an event presided (...)

Carmel Galvin: “I think networking is in our [Irish] DNA and people are very willing to share best practices and to help others who are trying to get a foothold here.”

Carmel Galvin left Ireland in 1994 in search of adventure. Opportunities at home were limited at the time and, despite having landed herself a job wi(...)

The Westin Hotel  rooms are dressed with bespoke furniture and artwork. Photograph: Matthew Shaw

First look  The Westin Dublin has revealed a €500,000 renovation of its premium suites in a redesign collaboration with Irish interior architect(...)

Projects from the life and physical sciences, humanities and social sciences were awarded funding. Photograph: Getty Images

Ground-breaking basic research in the Republic is to benefit from €12 million in State funding with 12 leading researchers each benefiting from €1 mil(...)

Signed photograph of WB Yeats sold at Bonham's for £5,000 (£1,500-£2,000)

Auction results Mullen’s Laurel Park, Co Dublin, April 1st: The sale had a large number of online overseas buyers – particularly the United Kingdom w(...)

James Joyce fan: Pete Buttigieg campaigning in South Carolina. Photograph: Swikar Patel/New York Times

Almost a century after it was first published, James Joyce’s Ulysses has become a talking point in the race to become the Democratic Party’s nominee i(...)

  A carved stone head at what is now Pearse Street Garda station, formerly the Great Brunswick Street DMP barracks. Photograph: Frank Miller

As depicted in the film Michael Collins, the chief protagonist cycles into Dublin Castle, up the short steep hill at City Hall and through the arched (...)

Laura Kennedy: “The word - fragile – was a weapon I wielded against myself.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

“My mother says I’m fragile, sensitive, that I have a hard time with things.” The sentence sounded indulgent even as it broke through my lips, a reluc(...)

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