Nano Nagle Place: a renovated space for Cork’s 21st-century communities

The legacy of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin in Ireland; the history of the earliest piece of documented Chinese porcelain in Europe, the Fonthill Vas(...)

Prior to the onset of the second World War there was a plan in place to demolish Merrion Square, which was deemed at the time to be “un-Irish”. Luckil(...)

Galtrim House

Galtrim House, an elegant regency-style Georgian house that hides behind a towering copper beech tree was constructed in 1805. The three-bay two-store(...)

 Nelson’s Pillar as seen from North Earl Street, Dublin in 1963. The pillar was bombed three years later. Photograph: Kevin McMahon

Dublin’s O’Connell Street would not be a suitable spot for the relocation of the entrance gates of Nelson’s Pillar, where they stood up to 50 years ag(...)

Every autumn for the past seven years, Adam’s auctioneers has temporarily decamped from its St Stephen’s Green headquarters to hold its Annual Country(...)

 Souvenir hunters  carting away small pieces of Nelson’s Pillar following its  bombing by republicans in 1966. File photograph: The Irish Times

A plea to rescue the entrance gates of Nelson’s Pillar from the Ringsend sewage pumping station and have them restored to Dublin’s O’Connell Street ha(...)

Did the republicans who blew up the Nelson Pillar in March 1966 not realise that now we young Dubliners could never “go up the pillar” and see the pan(...)

Ferndale Road is a leafy, private and upmarket cul-de-sac in Rathmichael, Co Dublin. Number 10, a five-bed mock- Georgian detached property on thre(...)

Members of the Knit & Natter group who meet every Friday at Dunmanway Library pictured with the stunning replica model of Dublin’s GPO, knitted and crocheted by them. Photograph courtesy of the Southern Star

It’s long been celebrated in song and in story but now 100 years on the Easter Rising has been commemorated in wool thanks to the efforts of a knittin(...)