Dame study, by Francis Matthews

Penumbra Megan Burns and Francis Matthews. Molesworth Gallery, 16 Molesworth St, Dublin. Until October 18th Two approaches to space, the final front(...)

Sinéad Aherne scored 2-5 as reigning champions Dublin thrashed Kerry. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Dublin 5-15 Kerry 2-9 Sinéad Aherne scored 2-5 as reigning champions Dublin set up an All-Ireland SFC semi-final date with Cork in a rematch of last (...)

Paul Murphy TD outside Leinster House, Dublin  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The challenge of how to compete with Sinn Féin for left wing votes is at the centre of differences in political strategy between leading members of th(...)

Mourneabbey players celebrate with the Dolores Tyrrell Memorial Cup after beating Foxrock-Cabinteely in the All-Ireland Ladies Football Senior Club Championship Final   at Parnell Park in Dublin. Photograph: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Mourneabbey 1-13 Foxrock-Cabinteely 1-7 When you bang on the door long enough, it’s probably no surprise that you end up flattening it when you (...)

Mourneabbey’s Brid O’Sullivan challenged by Foxrock-Cabinteely’s Laura Nerney. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Mourneabbey 1-13 Foxrock-Cabinteely 1-7 Mourneabbey have had their fill of losing these finals, leaving three behind them in the space of four years (...)

 Noelle Healy scores  Dublin’s fourth goal in the  the TG4 Ladies’ Football All-Ireland  semi-final match against Kerry at Semple Stadium. Photograph:  Matt Browne/Sportsfile

Dublin 5-10 Kerry 0-11 Captain Sinéad Aherne led the way with 2-7 as Dublin booked their place in a fourth successive TG4 All-Ireland ladies’ senior (...)

Anna Galvin of Kerry in action against Marian McGuinness of Armagh. Photo: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

Kerry 3-14 Armagh 2-11 Teen sensation Hannah O’Donoghue produced a sparkling senior debut as Kerry stormed into the TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior foo(...)

Dublin Carer of the Year Liz Collins, Terenure, who looks after her daughter Claudia Scanlon (12). Photograph: Eric Luke

More than 25 years ago, when Jim Reilly was just 40 years old, he had a stroke. Since then, every day, every night, every week, month and year, he ha(...)

Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Labour all make zero returns – indicating that the parties’ fundraising is geared towards raising money through encouraging multiple donations worth €126 or less.  Photograph:  Frank Miller

The Standards in Public Office Commission said yesterday that files had been sent to the gardaí in relation to the People Before (...)