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Irish Times winners at the News Brands Ireland Journalism Awards 2019 ceremony in the Mansion House. Photograph by Crispin Rodwell

The Irish Times had by far the largest number of entries on the shortlist for the NewsBrands Ireland Journalism Awards 2020, which was published on Mo(...)

“I’d wonder why I found what I was doing so satisfying. What was the evolutionary purpose of dancing?” Photograph: Getty Images

In my early-to-middle, middle years, I loved to dance. Freeform, slightly inebriated dancing, to popular tunes by such inspired marvels as Talking Hea(...)

The FinCEN files show that the world’s largest banks play a key role in the massive flow of funds out of Russia into the West.

An unprecedented glimpse into the staggering amounts of suspect money that flow through the international banking system is revealed in leaked files f(...)

Acting chief medical officer Dr Ronan Glynn said the National Public Emergency Team will meet on Monday to review and discuss the case figures    “and will make any necessary recommendations to Government which are required to protect the vulnerable, continue with the resumption of healthcare services and ensure the safe reopening of our schools.” File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

There have been 66 new cases of Covid-19 reported on Sunday, the Department of Health has confirmed. There have now been a total of 27,257 confirmed (...)

Fine Gael Senator Mary Seery Kearney: ‘One of the direct messages pretty much amounted to a rape threat.’ Photograph: Laura Hutton

A Fine Gael senator has said she experienced threats of physical and sexual violence online following a simple post about canvassing last year. Fine (...)

Carmel Callis: “When it was no longer possible to attend the choir Carmel continued to sing every day at home”

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at

The laws that need to be renewed are provisions of the Offences Against the State (Amendment) Act 1998, and of the Criminal Justice (Amendment) Act 2009.

It is not the case that the non-jury Special Criminal Court will cease to sit after the end of this month if certain provisions are not renewed by the(...)

Noel Casey, principal Our Lady’s Bower Secondary School, Athlone. Photograph: Tom O’Hanlon

“It was like there was a death in the family,” said Noel Casey, principal of Our Lady’s Bower secondary school, Athlone, speaking after a staff meetin(...)

Sean Dunne pictured at the Four Courts on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins Courts

An application for the jailing of the bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne has come before the High Court. The official who is looking after the ba(...)

Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald with Coiste Seasta member Ken O’Connell at the Dublin election count centre at the RDS. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

According to party finance director Des Mackin, Sinn Féin has 200 staff and extensive property across the island He was coming home in a car wit(...)

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