Andrew Smyth

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Eric McDowell: he joined the Bletchley Park establishment straight from school, and was part of the Japanese Emperor Codes cryptology department

Eric McDowell, who has died at at the age of 92, was involved in many facets of life in Northern Ireland, both business and private. However, a signif(...)

Body and Soul takes place on June 23rd to 25th at Ballinlough Castle, Co Westmeath. Photograph: Allen Kiely

At this year’s Body and Soul festival in Ballinlough Castle, Co Westmeath on June 23rd to 25th, The Irish Times is partnering with the Wonderlust stag(...)

NUI Galway: Prof William Wijns has paid tribute to “excellent facilities and world-class researchers” at the university

Sensors alerting people at risk of heart attacks to “triggers” such as stress or high blood pressure are being developed by a research team at NUI Ga(...)

Andrew Smyth joined Savills in 2013 and is now responsible for the firm’s internal and external communications

Andrew Smyth has been appointed head communications at Savills Ireland. Smyth joined Savills as PR manager in 2013 and he is now responsible for the (...)

Gretchen Bender Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, until Dec 23 projectartscentre.ie ***** Gretchen Bender’s (...)

Paddy Jackson is congratulated by his Ulster team mates after his conversion gave the hosts a 23-23 draw with Munster at Ravenhill. Photograph: Inpho

Ulster 23 Munster 23 Regrets, they’ll both have a few - Munster at letting a seven-point lead slip away after the 80 minute mark, and Ulster at(...)

Lee Cole of Monkstown and Stuart Smyth of Cookstown tussle during their Men’s Irish Hockey League game at Carryduff, Co Down. Photograph: Presseye/ Inpho

Barring some final round goal frenzies, the final four for the Irish Hockey League looks to be set in place following the weekend’s action. (...)

PROPERTY views from Samuel Beckett Bridge Wednesday 17 February 2010 Detail of Samuel Beckett Bridge and views from Samuel Beckett Bridge of apartment blocks, to the south (both towards the city and towards the mouth of Dublin port)Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

Ratepayers in third-generation Dublin office blocks built in or after the 1980s face a huge rise in rates next year, with those for “big glass boxe(...)