Anthony Barry

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Anthony Barry has joined Stephen Kenny’s Ireland coaching set-up. Photograph: Getty

Stephen Kenny has recruited Chelsea coach Anthony Barry to join his Republic of Ireland management team. The 34-year-old will continue to work as an a(...)

Ships at anchor in Cork. Image courtesy of the Anthony Barry Photographic Archive

To give the late Anthony Barry his due, he always warned the family when he wanted to use the bathroom. “There were red lights everywhere, and then th(...)

Street scene of Patrick Street,  Cork, showing No. 68 K & M O’Connell and Thompsons Cafe, including a ‘shawlie’, taken in the 1960s. Photograph: Anthony Barry

The Barry family, who own Barry’s Tea, has donated an archive of more than 5,000 photographs of Cork from the last century to the Cork City and County(...)

A graphic showing the proposals for the expansion of Cork city. Irish Times graphics

The Government should hold a referendum in Cork to allow people living in the county decide whether they want to become part of the city under local g(...)

Colour consultant Orla Kelly outside her Kilkenny farmhouse which is painted “Orla” blue, a colour she created for Colourtrend. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Orla Kelly is a designer and a colour specialist who works with a number of organisations and brands including the Irish paint company Colourtrend. T(...)

Analysts agree the late  minister for foreign affairs Peter Barry (far left) played a key role during the Anglo Irish Agreement negotiations. This photograph from the signing of the agreement in 1985 shows (left to right) Peter Barry, tánaiste Dick Spring, taoiseach Garret Fitzgerald, British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, British foreign minister Geoffrey Howe, and secretary of state Tom King.

Saturday mornings in the Cork city centre grocery store owned by former Fine Gael tánaiste and minister for foreign affairs, Peter Barry, who died on (...)

Fianna Fáil’s Padraig O’Sullivan was elected  in Cobh, Co  Cork.

A hard fought battle in west Cork concluded in losses for Fine Gael with gains for Sinn Féin and Independents after an epic count.The 14th count saw f(...)