A Nativity stained glass scene at the Abbey Stained Glass Studios in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

At carol services in cathedrals and churches across these islands, the celebration of Christmas Eve truly begins with the well-loved carol ‘Once in Ro(...)

The Long Stone pub on Townsend Street in Dublin. Photograph: James Forde/The Irish Times.

One of Dublin’s oldest pubs is to close its door for the last time this weekend before being demolished as part of a major city centre development. T(...)

The runaway rental market is showing little sign of slowing down. Photograph: iStock

The runaway rental market is showing little sign of slowing down. According to the latest survey from Daft.ie, rents in Dublin are up 10.9 per cent in(...)

Danalto chief executive David McDonald;   Niall McEvoy, HPSU manager at Enterprise Ireland; Tom Farrell, Danalto CTO;  Helen McBreen, investment director, Atlantic Bridge;  Albert Baker, Danalto COO and Neil Gordon, start-up development manager, Trinity College Dublin

Danalto, a Trinity College Dublin spin-out focused on internet of things (IoT) services and technologies, has raised €750,000 in seed funding The com(...)

The authors suggest banning such products, as “it may encourage banks to compete more honestly on interest rates”. Illustration: iStock

Opting for a cashback mortgage could end up costing borrowers €30,000 more over the life of their mortgage, and younger and less-educated borrowers ar(...)

In the Republic, Trinity College Dublin has the bulk of undergraduate students from Northern Ireland. File photograph: Alan Betson

The flow of almost 3,400 students across the Border may reduce significantly following Brexit, according to analysis by UK and Irish higher education (...)

SBIR Ireland manager Marguerite Bourke

Flooding, illegal dumping, bathing-water quality, and increasing the number of cyclists on Dublin’s streets are some of the problems being addressed i(...)

Dr Laura Gleeson: “In the lab, you are working towards long-term goals, slowly testing hypotheses and accumulating evidence to answer questions that have never been asked before.”

You are a medical doctor, how did you become interested in research? “I had done my medical degree and my basic medical training at Trinity College D(...)

Building scan image of Main Hall, Trinity Museum Building revealed in Making Victorian Dublin

The hidden history of one of Dublin’s most influential and ground-breaking Victorian buildings has been revealed in a new multidisciplinary project at(...)

A paper published by the ESRI found that those living closer to the coast had a lower risk of depression than people who lived farther away. Photograph: iStock

Older people lucky enough to have homes with extensive sea views have a significantly lower risk of depression than the those who are land-locked, new(...)

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