Patrick Hogan

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Kevin O’Higgins, Michael Collins (marked with an ‘x’) and Éamonn Duggan leaving Dublin Castle after the British ‘handover’, on January 16th, 1922. Photograph: Joseph Cashman/National Library of Ireland

A hundred years ago this weekend a low-key event in Dublin Castle marked the handover of British rule to the new Irish Provisional Government. This(...)

Emma O’Riordan: ‘I have mixed emotions - it would be difficult for me to say to you that I am totally comfortable.’ Photograph: Emma O’Riordan

It was, to paraphrase, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, a graduation ceremony like no other but then for the 197 students graduating in medicine at UCC today, (...)

Demand for the build-to-rent product remains “robust”. Photograph: iStock

Turnover in the build-to-rent sector more than doubled last year to €2.54 billion as institutional investors piled in to the Dublin market in particul(...)

Oonah Keogh. Photograph: Women’s Museum of Ireland

At the confluence of the Adour and the Nive rivers lies the ancient city of Bayonne. A mere 9km from the luxurious seaside resort of Biarritz, it is a(...)

Lea-Wilson's widow, Dr Marie Lea-Wilson, came to prominence when a painting she purchased at an auction in 1924 turned out to be identified in 1990 as Caravaggio's masterpiece.

County: Wexford Incident: Killing of RIC officer Percival Lea-Wilson Date: June 15th, 1920 Fatalities: 1 IRA volunteers in Wexfor(...)

Jason Hogan, who is in an induced coma after a crash in Limerick. Photograph: Hogan family/GoFundMe

The family of a boy seriously injured in a crash in Limerick was initially told he had died in the incident, while another family was told that their (...)

The Glanbia plant in Belview, County Kilkenny. GII is the State’s largest milk processor  and is jointly owned by the plc and the co-op. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Glanbia’s board of directors were paid €85,000 each last year significantly more than previously thought, the company has confirmed. The 14 individua(...)

Donogh O’Malley: “I believe that it is essential for a government from time to time to propound bold new policies which both catch the imagination of the people and respond to some widespread if not clearly formulated demand on their part”. Photograph: Eddie Kelly/The Irish Times.

In January Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys announced an €8 million project to improve facilities at the National Archi(...)

A file photos from 1998 showing a  colour party forming a guard of honour for the body of   Ronan MacLochlainn prior to his funeral. Photograph: The Irish Times

A retired detective inspector has described shooting at Real IRA member Rónán Mac Lochlainn after he pointed a handgun at the detective through the(...)