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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 MicksGarage.com 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(...)

Medtronic:  Ireland’s only ventilator manufacturer, hopes to more than double the number of ventilators it makes by doubling its 250-strong Galway workforce.

Irish companies making medical devices such as ventilators and medicines that are critical in saving people during the coronavirus epidemic want speci(...)

Aerogen founder and chief executive John Power

Galway-headquartered medtech and drug delivery company Aerogen is to create at least 80 new jobs next year. The news was announced at the official op(...)

Bringing your parents to college open days can be helpful. Photograph: iStock

Open days are not just a chance for students to explore their college or post-Leaving Cert (PLC) course options. These days, parents are just as likel(...)

Rare Irish William III bleeding bowl, €3,000-€4,000

A rare Irish William III bleeding bowl dating from 1699 is one of the lots at the forthcoming Adam’s Country House Collection sale at Townley Hall in (...)

Kilkenny manager Brian Cody celebrates at the final whistle in 2006. Photo: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

2006 All-Ireland final – Kilkenny 1-16 Cork 1-13 Cork were in hot pursuit of a three-in-a-row but as favourites hadn’t beaten Kilkenny since 1978. Co(...)

Labaik winning the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham in March 2017. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Grand National winning horse trainer Gordon Elliott has told the High Court that he never spoke to the 90 per cent owner of a horse the Criminal Asset(...)

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