Fiona Kelly

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A view of Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2.

One of the pleasures of an old house is its ghosts. Not the haunted variety, but a consciousness of lives lived within walls that have seen much. Such(...)

Joe Duffy talks to Bernie McNally, who was injured in the Dublin-Monaghan bombings of 1974, about her criticisms of a new Junior Certificate history textbook which fails to mention the atrocity, which left 34 people dead

One of the more durable cliches about Anglo-Irish relations is that while the English never remember history, the Irish never forget it. At the very l(...)

Heading to Bantry for the West Cork Chamber Music Festival: Cédric Pescia,  Fiona Kelly, Nurit Stark, David Faber and Dudok Quartet, and Nathalia Milstein

  Nathalia Milstein Nathalia Milstein, French pianist Why the piano? My father is pianist. My mother is a violist. So I was sur(...)

A Taggart development. The Taggarts, said to have total debts of up to £213 million, are facing bankruptcy petitions brought by Ulster Bank.

Property developers Michael and John Taggart’s fight against being declared bankrupt centres on the firm that controls £1 billion of Nama loans in Nor(...)

David Bowie’s influential recordings were in short supply on Lyric and 2FM. Photograph: EPA/Maurizio Gambarini

As a presenter with the challenge of cheering up those souls up and about before 7am, Shay Byrne’s greatest asset is his sanguine affability. As he pl(...)

Pensioner Nora Gildea became involved in heated exchanges with barrister Peter Nolan during the case which is being heard at Donegal Circuit Civil Court in Letterkenny.

An 89-year-old woman told a court she didn’t want her daughter’s name mentioned during a court batt(...)