Frank Quinn

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Briege Voyle, whose mother Joan Connolly was one of ten civilians killed by soldiers in west Belfast in 1971 with her sisters Joan, Philomena and Irene, voice their distress after learning tissue samples from their mother were retained without their knowledge or consent. Photograph: PA

Relatives of those killed in the Troubles are to challenge the UK government’s new legacy proposals in an address to the United Nations on Thursday. (...)

Publican Frank Quinn, who had been ill for a number of months, died on Thursday. Photograph: Eric Luke

Publican Frank Quinn has died at the age of 70. With his brother Michael, Mr Quinn owned the Dublin pubs Toner’s, the 51 Bar and the Waterloo, as well(...)

Mary Casey with a photograph of her father, Jack McCann,  who was killed in an IRA attack on a customs post in 1972. Photograph: Simon Carswell

Mary Casey remembers how her father Jack gave pocket money to the children to buy sweets when he came home in his lorry to Inniskeen, Co Monaghan. “Da(...)

Complicated: the research stretched back to the early 18th century, long before property records were reliable. Manuscript map of Dublin in the late 17th century courtesy of the National Library of Ireland

Prices tell stories. We have all heard the one that starts with “Back in my day”, then describes what petrol or sweets or a house cost years ago. In t(...)

The research  by financial analyst Karl Deeter, Frank Quinn of the Blackrock Further Education Institute and David Duffy of the Economic and Social Research Institute looked at streets across Dublin city

The most recent property crash was just one in a long line of Irish booms and busts recorded over the last 300 years and not even close to being the w(...)

‘What we have seen in Dublin in recent months isn’t a bubble. Yet. But by facilitating constrained supply we are doing everything to ensure we get there.’ Image: Thinkstock

Ireland’s property cycle is reliable, resilient and immensely destructive, and, if we have any interest in the welfare of future generations, we need (...)