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The court heard the man had one previous conviction for drink-driving. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A man who obtained two fake Irish passports over a period of 10 years claimed he did so to avoid a drink-driving conviction from catching up with him,(...)

Cork City Hall: the Lord Mayor said he was glad the city council was supporting the book. Photograph: iStock

Nine men who survived 94 days on hunger strike as part of the fight for Irish independence have been recognised in a new book telling their story. L(...)

Aerogen founder and chief executive John Power

Galway-headquartered medtech company Aerogen, which is developing a number of potential Covid-19 therapies, expects to surpass €100 million in revenue(...)

Aerogen chief executive, John Power

Galway-based medtech company Aerogen is playing a key role in the development of more than 15 potential therapies for Covid-19, including a promising (...)

Peter Vance of  AIB pictured with Circit chief executive David Heath

Irish fintech company Circit has partnered with AIB to help its more than 200,000 business customers manage the auditing process better. Circit has d(...)

An Taoiseach Mícheál Martin with Dan Breen, Curator at Cork Public Museum, viewing the 1920 commemorative exhibition. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Events such as a new exhibition and book telling the story of nine men who lasted 94 days on hunger strike during the War of Independence can guide fu(...)

John Lynch  was shot dead by a raiding party of self-described ‘military’, who later claimed they had acted in self-defence. The hotel’s night porter told a different story.

In its “From the Archives” section on Wednesday, the London Times mentioned the strange circumstances in which one John Lynch, from Kilmallock, Co Lim(...)

Brothers Mick and Ciaran Crean of were down on the warehouse floor packing orders during the lockdown. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Meet the miller who worked all night, the car-parts sellers who started flogging frisbees, the gin makers who switched to hand sanitiser,(...)

Dundrum Town Centre manager Don Nugent: ‘I feel almost as if we are opening for the first time.’ Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

There was guilt and giddy excitement in equal measure in the gleaming glass halls of the Dundrum Town Centre as it opened its doors to shoppers almost(...)

Irish universities have become increasingly reliant on revenue from international tuition fees. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Universities expect international student numbers will drop by about 80 per cent in the new academic year and result in the loss of hundreds of millio(...)

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