Teresa Kelly

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Teresa Kelly left the State at a young age to work as a housekeeper in Newcastle, Northern Ireland, and later Belfast.

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

Gap exists despite fact men and women make similar percentage contributions to their pensions. Photograph: iStock

Women in Ireland tend to accumulate significantly smaller pensions pots than men despite making similar percentage contributions, new research shows. (...)

New Welsh by-laws will require release of all salmon caught by nets before June 1st.

In a dramatic move brought about by the perilous state of all salmon and many sea trout stocks, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has implemented a suite (...)

Secretary of the Felons Club Gerry Scullion:  “My first instinct was not to vote at all, but I’ll probably be voting stay.” Photograph: Arthur Allison

Sipping an afternoon pint in the Felons Club on the Falls Road in west Belfast, Brian Gray is in no doubt about why the DUP is in favour of Brexit. (...)

Teresa Kelly at a memorial where her brother-in-law, Jackie Kavanagh (49), a mini-bus driver, was one of five people killed in 1998 on the old N11 in Co Wicklow. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The ghostly reminders emerge from the verges of the tree-dappled road. A simple stone cross, draped with rosary beads, beside a container of pl(...)

The site believed to be a mass grave for children who died in the Tuam mother and baby home. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

A consultant archaeologist and anthropologist has questioned whether the Bon Secours nuns could not have known the remains of 800 children lay on a si(...)