Eamonn Walsh

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 Ross Lewis, chef and owner, with Eric Matthews, head chef at Chapter One. Photographs: Alan Betson

Friday, January 20th, 8.30am: The first mistake I make is to go in by the front door. The Irish Times is spending a day behind the scenes at Chapter O(...)

The funeral  of Reece Cullen (17) from Jobstown, Co Dublin took place Wednesday morning at the Church of St Martin de Porres, Old Bawn, Tallaght. Photograph: Peter Murtagh

If numbness was physical, you could have touched it inside the Church of St Martin de Porres in Old Bawn, Tallaght. Invisible and silent, it was eve(...)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin welcomes President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina on their arrival for  World Day of Peace Mass in St Theresa’s Church,  Clarendon St,  Dublin, on Sunday. Photograph: John McElroy

There is “a dangerous culture of violence in Ireland, which is difficult to understand”, the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Dr Diarmuid Martin, has sa(...)

‘At least a further 15% of UK exports to Ireland are really exports from the rest of the world.’ Photograph: EPA

There is a widespread belief that Brexit is bad for Ireland. Headlines appear highlighting billions of losses. These headlines are well-intentioned (...)

A 2015 review found  79 per cent of clients were under 35 and website visits grew by 250 per cent in two years, from 10,563 in 2013 to 26,342 in 2015. Photograph: Thinkstock

Cura, the Catholic crisis pregnancy support agency, is significantly changing availability of its services due to increased online demand . A 2015 r(...)

David McWilliams speaking before the Oireachtas banking inquiry, February 26th, 2015.

The Irish property crash and resulting banking crisis were both predictable and preventable, economist David McWilliams told the Oireachtas Banking In(...)

Were Anglo Irish Bank to be audited today the results would be largely the same as they were in 2007 and 2008, Professor Éamonn Walsh told the banking inquiry. Photograh: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The glacial pace at which the accountancy profession has responded to its failings was highlighted by UCD accounting Professor Éamonn Walsh at the ban(...)

The Central Bank should have blocked “ramping up of net foreign borrowings by Irish banks and an over-concentration of lending to developers”, says professor of finance. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

It was a game of two halves at the banking inquiry yesterday. The first involved engaging testimony from Prof Gregory Connor, professor of finance (...)

Prof Gregory Connor of the Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting at NUI Maynooth speaking before the Oireachtas banking inquiry, February 25th, 2015

Accountancy standards have not changed since 2008 and the same conclusions would be arrived at if they were used to examine Anglo Irish Bank today, th(...)

Bishop Éamonn Walsh: he suggested that the money saved might be donated to a hospices that  help people with addiction issues. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

People might give up alcohol for Lent, or cut down on their intake, Dublin’s Catholic Auxiliary Bishop Éamonn Walsh has suggested.“It makes good heal(...)

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