John Ward

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Joe opened the door. Even if he was a younger, healthier man, he could have done little to stop what happened next. Photograph: iStock

The Keoghs were not expecting any visitors to their home in Newbridge, Co Kildare on New Year’s Eve. Joe (92) and Evelyn (89) had been cocooning for n(...)

George Lowden, founder, Lowden Guitars

The 11th annual Irish Times Innovation Awards will be held virtually on January 27th. Some 15 leading Irish companies have been shortlisted for this y(...)

A view of Rockall, a small uninhabited rock approximately 230 nautical miles north-west of Donegal and 167 miles west of deserted Scottish island of St Kilda. Photograph: Irish Air Corps

There is an “increased risk” that Scottish authorities will take enforcement action against Irish vessels operating in the waters around Rockall, the (...)

Irish naval vessel LÉ Róisín on a routine patrol off Rockall. Photograph: Irish Naval Service

A renewal of tensions over fishing access around Rockall in the North Atlantic now threatens to “finish” seasonal Irish squid fishing, industry repres(...)

Fisherman Michael Cavanagh at Greencastle Port in Co Donegal: the small fishing harbour faces a unique Brexit problem. Photograph: Joe Dunne

The Irish fishing industry is bracing itself for thousands of job losses as Brexit talks limp on with no sign of a breakthrough on the future of fishe(...)

The court heard the lift had to be broken open after the boy had been trapped at the apartment complex where he lived.

A seven-year-old boy, who became trapped in an elevator which had to be broken open by the fire brigade, has been awarded damages of €40,000 in the Ci(...)

 Tom Cropp, Kenneth Moffitt, John Ward and Sally Barnes (l. to r. back row) and Silke Cropp and Maria Flynn, winners of Euro-Toques food awards

Chefs are only as good as the raw materials they have to work with, and Ireland’s top culinary talent has voted for the homegrown ingredients that hav(...)

John Ward appeared before Letterkenny Circuit Court charged with stabbing Patrick Mongan.

A man with 132 previous convictions, who stabbed his brother-in-law in the neck while he slept in his bed with his wife and baby, was given a suspende(...)

Russell Owen, Caersws, Wales, with Sheelin trout

Funding of €536,886 to develop key angling projects in rural areas has been secured by Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI). The investment will see the dev(...)

The Údarás na Gaeltachta enterprise centre in Aughleam, Co Mayo: the project is part of a programme aimed at accelerating the deployment of smart-grid technologies

A new Údarás na Gaeltachta enterprise centre in Aughleam, Co Mayo has the potential to be powered by solar energy 24 hours a day thanks to the install(...)

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