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Telling the story: an Iraqi Kurdish child at Isikveren refugee camp, on the Turkish border with Iraq, in 1991. Photograph: Nabil Ismail/AFP/Getty

THE SALVATION OF TORY ISLAND 1981-1984 Gerry Moriarty Charlie Haughey, then leader of the opposition, looked up at me from under hoode(...)

Michael Buckley: It Is What It Is
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  • August 16, 2013, 00:00

Michael Buckley has had the “best jazz saxophonist in Ireland” title pretty well sewn up for more than a decade (with a little competition from his(...)

 Author Joe Joyce (left) whose book Echoland , was launched by Conor Brady, in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Joe Joyce, whose new novel was launched in Dublin last night, recalled that Charles Haughey had branded him a fiction writer when he was writing about(...)

Irish soldiers in the Lebanon in 2007.  Photograph: Kate Geraghty

It must be likely that there will be a substantial volume of responses to the Green Paper on Defence which has been published by Alan Shatter. Irish p(...)

William Bernstein very likely wishes that he had been perhaps six months later in furnishing his publishers with the final text of Masters of the Word(...)

‘The news industry is not like coalmining, or car assembly, or turning out plastic buckets,” Conor Brady, the former editor of the The Irish Times, sa(...)

Daithi O’Ceallaigh, Chairman, Press Council of Ireland, Conor Brady, and Professor John Horgan, Press Ombudsman, at the launch of the annual report.

The Government should consider an Irish equivalent of France’s agreement with Google to set up a €60 million fund to assist the French newspaper secto(...)

 Daithi O’Ceallaigh, Chairman, Press Council of Ireland (left), Conor Brady, and Professor John Horgan, Press Ombudsman, at the launch of the annual report 2012, in Dublin today. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Government should consider an Irish equivalent of France’s agreement with Google to set up a €60 million fund to assist the French newspaper secto(...)

 The Garda Ombudsman Commission was given, effectively, the same powers as the Garda. Photograph: Frank Miller

It was inevitable from the moment president Mary McAleese signed the Garda Síochána Act 2005 into law that the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commiss(...)

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