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Sound & Vision scheme supports ‘quality projects that might not otherwise be made’, said BAI deputy CEO Celine Craig. Photograph: iStock

RTÉ drama Clean Sweep, Virgin Media Television series Eating with the Enemy and a documentary titled Lady Gregory – Ireland’s First Social Influencer (...)

Clare manager Brian Lohan. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Croke Park has distanced itself from the war of words between Clare and Wexford on the matter of reporting close contacts around positive cases of Cov(...)

Cappeen Ringfort in  Co Cork. Photograph: National
Monuments Service

As our faith in fairies has receded in recent years, the fate of Ireland’s estimated 32,000 remaining ringforts has become increasingly perilous. Many(...)

Former junior minister Aine Brady is chief executive of Third Age, the organisation that supports older people in Ireland. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former junior minister Áine Brady has apologised for attending the Oireachtas Golf Society dinner in Clifden, Co Galway last week, describing it as a (...)

The Radio Kerry offer was significantly less than the €7.2 million it had offered  in a  deal which collapsed in 2008.

The proposed sale of Clare FM and a controlling 70 per cent stake in Tipp FM to Radio Kerry has collapsed. In a statement, chairman of Clare FM, Maur(...)

Minister for Communications Richard Bruton: ‘The State’s risk is absolutely capped. I think this is a good deal from the point of view of the taxpayer.’ File photograph: Tom Honan

The Oireachtas Communications Committee has been asked to open an investigation into the Government’s decision to award preferred bidder status on the(...)

Over the next seven years, 147,000km of fibre will be strung on existing Eir-owned poles, said Minister for Communications Richard Bruton in the Dáil. File photograph: Getty

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has insisted that giving a company such as the ESB responsibility to deliver high-speed broadband “won’t work as quickly and co(...)

Rachael English: I get uptight doing Morning Ireland. Book nerves are different: waking at 4am in a froth of anxiety, wondering if it’s too late to change your mind and remove the book from the shops

When I was a teenager, I wrote all the time. I spent hours honing my English essays while cramming the rest of my homework into 20 minutes in front of(...)

Fr Bernárd Lynch and Billy Desmond were married in the Armada Hotel, Spanish Point, Co Clare. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

The gay Co Clare Catholic priest Fr Bernárd Lynch has said the Catholic Church has done terrible damage to gay people by getting the message of God “v(...)

Davy Fitzgerald: “Between this summer and the next two or three summers we will be working very hard to get a fifth All-Ireland back to Clare in 130 years.”  Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The hurling life of Davy Fitzgerald has been accompanied by the singularly fatalistic perspective from which he views the best and worst of days. Nobo(...)

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