Q4 director Gerry O’Sullivan, right, pictured in 1999 alongside Eircom’s then chief executive Alfie Kane in a hot air baloon to launch the company’s new corporate identity. O’Sullivan left Eircom in 2003 to co-found public relations agency Q4 in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Accumulated profits at Dublin-based leading public relations agency Q4 increased by 1.2 per cent to just more than €1.9 million, latest abridged accou(...)

Kerry’s David Clifford: the highly rated forward was red-carded during the match.  Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Amidst all of the angst generated by the scenes in Tralee on Sunday, one of the issues that needs to be addressed is the protection of players. The o(...)

A fight broke out between East Kerry and Dingle’s Kerry SFC semi-final replay.

The Dingle official who appeared to be caught on video punching an East Kerry player in the Kerry senior football semi-final replay last Sunday has be(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Luxembourg’s prime minister Xavier Bettel, Spain’s prime minister Pedro Sánchez and Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz. Photograph: Twitter

When you walk past the throngs of English-language students visiting Ireland this summer, you might be walking past tomorrow’s leaders of the free wor(...)

Kathleen Lynch will contest  Cork North Central for the Labour Party in the next general election.

Former Minister of State at the Department of Health Kathleen Lynch intends running for the Labour Party in Cork North Central in the next general ele(...)

Holly Cowman visiting one of Mary Immaculate College’s Erasmus+ partner universities, East China Normal University, in Shanghai

Tens of millions of deaths in the first and second World Wars were young men who succumbed on the soil of foreign countries, miles from their homes. (...)

Barry Dunning: 'Properly enfranchising Irish citizens across the world and giving them political representation would send a powerful message about how the Irish State values its diaspora'

The lines snaked out the door and out into the autumn sun at the Lycée Condorcet in Sydney’s eastern suburbs last Sunday, as Frenchmen and Frenchwomen(...)

The vast majority of democratic countries in the world offer the right to vote to their citizens living abroad. Ireland is an exception to what is (...)

Brazil Independence day at University of Limerick

Despite the offer of a scholarship in Spain worth twice as much as one from Ireland, when it came to deciding where to do her doctoral research, Br(...)

Nature’s way: The refurbished playground in Merrion Square, Dublin, which is inspired by Oscar Wilde’s story The Selfish Giant

Swings and roundabouts: What playground do you favour, and why? Email swayman@irishtimes.com or comment on the article below. We hope to publish a (...)

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