James Cotter

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Sisu is a doctor-led clinic focused on treatments that include botox and fillers

Irish cosmetic treatment chain Sisu has secured investment from backers that include Greycroft Partners, a venture capital firm that has previously ba(...)

Photograph: Alan Place

BLINDBOY BOATCLUB – PODCASTER, AUTHOR AND HALF OF THE RUBBERBANDITS – TALKS POLITICS, ANONYMITY, HIS NEW BOOK AND ANGRY MEN WITH PATRICK FREYNE (...)

The imposing ruins of Tyrone House, near the village of Kilcolgan, Co Galway, January 1968. The house was destroyed by the local IRA unit during the War of Independence. Photograph: RDImages/Epics/Getty Images

The Revolution Files is a collection of articles detailing one incident in each of Ireland’s 32 counties during the revolutionary years, from 1916 to (...)

A Public Sector Pay Commission report proposes a €10 million annual package to address pay issues, with the Military Service Allowance being increased by 10 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson

The increased allowances offered to soldiers and naval personnel are a “missed opportunity to show the Defence Forces the appreciation and respect” th(...)

Des Bishop is ‘smart, fast, informed and compassionate; he just needs a position to shoot from’

You would think, as 2016 draws to a pitiful close, that the only people who could salvage anything from this annus horribilis would be satirists. For(...)

‘A show that looks like it could have been shot on a borrowed phone while someone keeps sketch for the security guards’

“Don’t try and make sense of something that doesn’t make sense,” insists a talking fish. “It’s completely arbitrary.” A trout, with a molasses-thick L(...)

Since January of this year, EU regulations have made it illegal to discharge or return pelagic fish such as herring, mackerel or horse mackerel to the sea after they are caught.

The skipper of a Dutch factory ship has received one of the largest ever penalties for breach of fishing regulations in Irish waters when he had his c(...)