Mary Farrell

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A ward of court is someone who, due to a variety of primarily medical reasons, is unable to manage his or her own affairs, and decisions are taken on their behalf by the Courts Service. File photograph: Getty Images

An independent review is required to examine the management of funds belonging to wards of court that lost significant amounts of money during the fin(...)

Six of Ireland's leading chefs speak out about their work, the stresses of the profession and bullying in the kitchen

The restaurant business has been hitting the headlines in recent times in unprecedented levels. From sexual harassment and bullying claims to concerns(...)

Kitchens can be high-pressure, stressful environments in which to work. Photograph: Getty Images

Ireland’s chef shortage, which has been flagged in recent years by the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI), shows no signs of abating, even thoug(...)

Catherine Cleary sees the move towards more easily prepared plant-based food  continuing in 2018, especially with younger people, and with ‘part-time’ vegans.

1. The year of the vegan “We’re all going vegan on January 1st,” jokes Irish Times restaurant critic Catherine Cleary, picking up on the widely forec(...)

The first floor dining room at Kerala Kitchen on Baggot Street. Photograph: Nathalie Márquez Courtney

If turkey and ham is not your thing, and you are looking for a Christmas party venue, Kerala Kitchen on Upper Baggot Street in Dublin 4 is taking rese(...)

Alison O’Reilly, Lorna Robertson and Giovanna Ryan of Three Girls Cook

Dubliner Alison O’Reilly, who narrowly missed out on making the final three in the recent BBC television MasterChef series, has joined up with two of (...)

Sinn Féin is expected to take a seat with the Labour Party likely to hold their existing one.

With the final tally in Gorey District completed, Fianna Fáil are looking at an increase of two seats. The have rebounded back from just single seat i(...)

The firm that operated Galway’s Central Park entertainment venue recorded a pre- tax loss of €457,962 before deciding to shut down the club. Image: Google Maps

The firm that operated Galway’s Central Park entertainment venue recorded a pre- tax loss of €457,962 before deciding to shut down the club.Accounts j(...)