Ciaran Hogan

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Donal Leavy: played a key role in Dublin’s victory over Wexford at Parnell Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Dublin confirmed second place in Tier 1 of the Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Hurling Championship when accounting for Wexford by 0-16 to 1-10 at Par(...)

Ciarán Hogan of the Clockwork Door on Wellington Quay organised the coffee giveaway

The man behind Dublin’s free coffee campaign which was prompted by news that the city is to get another Starbucks has apologised for “the confusion an(...)

Some Dublin cafes have hit back the prospect of yet another Starbucks in the centre. Photograph: Alan Betson

Starbucks, oh how people love to hate you, and yet there’s always a queue at your tills. Every second someone somewhere in the world is forking o(...)

Mimi Pierson and one of the Crawford’s Farm herd of cows, near Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary, at a Lens & Larder photography workshop. Photograph: Aoife McElwain

“Crafts are a perfect expression of the Slow philosophy,” writes Carl Honoré in his book In Praise of Slow. In my own quest for a slower approach to l(...)

“We wanted a place with a homely feel,where people could just come and hang around with friends.” says Ciaran Hogan of the venture which he calls a Time House.

We’ve heard of office space you can rent by the day and hotel rooms that can be booked by the hour but The Clockwork Door is something different. Thi(...)

A willow rattle woven by Co Galway basketmaker Ciaran Hogan has turned up on the British royal princess Charlotte’s official toybox list. Photograph: Courtesy of Kensington Palace/Handout via Reuters

When and if British royal princess Charlotte plays with her willow rattle from Co Galway, she is probably blissfully unaware of the toy’s secret power(...)

What are you planning for the men in your life this Christmas?

Read all our Christmas content at irishtimes.com/itschristmas Water works In cable wakeboarding, the speedboat of traditional water-skiing is r(...)

Prince Charles on the Burren shakes hands with local farmer Oliver Nagle with his father Pat (right) during his visit to the locality. Photograph: Getty Images

Some 24 hours after the historic handshake and private meeting with Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams, Britain’s Prince Charles is due to visit Mullaghmore(...)