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Joey Carbery lifts the Ulster Bank League trophy in 2016. Photograph: Colm O’Neill/Inpho

Club rugby has been liberally populated with international stars of the future based on the specific evidence of recent semi-finals and finals in the (...)

More enterprises than ever are beginning to explore blockchain in order to understand how it can be harnessed to benefit their own businesses.

Most people’s first introduction to blockchain was through cryptocurrency. With Bitcoin arriving to mainstream recognition, people were introduced to (...)

Many multi-actor ecosystems such as conveyancing, audit, and identity management are ripe for disruption. Photograph: iStock

If think about it hard enough, blockchain could probably be used for almost every business process but it might not always make sense to do so. “It’s (...)

Leinster’s Seán Cronin leaves the field injured, during his team’s Champions Cup semi-final victory. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Sean Cronin will not be available for this Saturday’s Pro14 against Ulster at the Kingspan stadium after limping off with a calf injury during Leinste(...)

Dan McFarland: “Rory [Best] won’t be fit this week but we are hoping that he’ll be fit for the quarter-final.” Photograph: Craig Watson/Inphpo

Although Saturday is a dead rubber for both sides – with much-altered line-ups expected – there was little prospect of Ulster head coach Dan McFarland(...)

The Macmorris project sets out to recover the complexity of Ireland’s transformative years between Henry VIII’s assumption of the kingship of Ireland in 1541 to the Flight of the Earls. Courtesy of Trinity College Dublin library

The defeat of the Gaelic chiefs at the Battle of Kinsale in 1601 and the Flight of the Earls in 1607 which followed are widely regarded as two of the (...)

 Billy Vunipola and a Munster fan after the Champions Cup game in Coventry. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Billy Vunipola was confronted by a spectator wearing a Munster shirt following the province’s defeat to Saracens on Saturday. The Munster fan left the(...)

The Dublin band The Blades, fronted by Paul Cleary, onstage in 1985. Photograph: Terry Thorp

What does a nation in crisis sound like? It’s a pertinent question for our uncertain times, which has of late been occupying Bob Stanley. For Stanley,(...)

Ulster American: An escalating farce.

Ulster American Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Until April 20th The worrying thing about polemicists is that they might just mean what they say. Take Osc(...)

One of the alleged victim says RUC  officers told him they would keep the alleged abuser’s name on file in case it was claimed that he offended again. Photograph: Peter Morrison/AP Photo

The alleged victim of child sex abuse by a prominent Northern Ireland businessman in the 1980s has claimed that Royal Ulster Constabulary officers ad(...)

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