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Maro Itoje celebrates Saracens’ 2019 Heineken Cup final victory over Leinster. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Last year’s beaten finalists Leinster will begin their 2019-20 Heineken Champions Cup campaign away to Italian side Benetton on Saturday November 16th(...)

Smart technology has already improved our lives in ways that would have been unimaginable just a few years ago.

Smart technology has already improved our lives in ways that would have been unimaginable just a few years ago. That’s what makes predicting the futur(...)

The way in which cars work hasn’t  changed that much since 1923. That was the year that Herbert Austin launched the first Austin 7. Image: iStock

The way in which cars work hasn’t changed that much since, oh, about 1923. That was the year Herbert Austin launched the first Austin 7. A small, affo(...)

Today 800 million litres of milk produced in the North are sent to the Republic for processing. Photograph: iStock

Brexit will have major consequences for the Irish farming and food sectors. A hard Brexit, with re-erection of customs barriers between the Republic a(...)

File photograph, from June 1995, of the border checkpoint at Clady, Co Derry, on the border with Donegal. Photograph: PA Wire

A hard Brexit could become a “trigger” for people to join dissident republican or loyalist paramilitary groups, the Chief Constable of the Police Serv(...)

 Manu Tuilagi warms up during an England training session at Pennyhill Park. Photograph: Getty Images

Manu Tuilagi has revealed how he could have avoided more than a year of his injury layoff if he had come clean regarding his initial groin problem, de(...)

“R&D is seriously expensive, and a lot of things tried don’t work out at the later stages after spending a huge amount of money.” Photograph: iStock

The need for new drugs and health products continues to rise while regulators, consumers and healthcare providers are demanding greater value for mone(...)

An Irish soldier and an RUC officer share a joke at the original Irish Border in 1924. Still from Pathé, courtesy of the Irish Film Institute

The original hard Border on the island of Ireland was imposed by the Irish Free State in 1923, and footage of it has now been digitised and put online(...)

Irish-language protesters dressed in crocodile costumes. Photograph: Justin Kernoghan

Fifty years ago Northern Ireland was facing into an uncertain future with no notion of the horror ahead. Today there is no doubt the North is facing i(...)

Police under attack during the civil rights demonstration in the Bogside area of Derry city. Photograph: Express Newspapers/Getty

How the Troubles broke out. February 1967: The Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association (NICRA) is founded as a non-sectarian organisation to tackle(...)

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