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Saba chef Tao and owner Paul Cadden

Saba restaurant in Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, celebrates its 10th year in existence next month, and to mark the occasion they’re running a 10-day Th(...)

Lisa Wilkinson leading a yoga class at The Elbowroom, where they offer classes in exchange for work. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Freshly divorced and living thousands of miles from her native Mexico City, Maria Copley understandably found herself feeling the dull sting of isola(...)

Garda Elite Coxed IV 1976: Christy O’Brien, Willie Ryan, Mick Ryan, Jim Muldoon and Liam Redmond (cox)

When the members of the Garda coxed fours rowing team who represented Ireland in the Montreal Olympics in 1976 reunite at the Garda Boat Club at Islan(...)

Sarah and Grace O’Shea, with Trish Messom at The Stuffed Olive in Bantry: Sarah looks after the accounts and front of house, Grace bakes bread and cakes and Trish makes the salads and specials. Photograph: Emma Jervis Photography

Family values, a culture of collaboration, respect and sense of community are the common denominators in these five west Cork kitchens run by remarka(...)

Immigrant group Nasc hold a silent solidarity walk through Cork city on Sunday to mark World Refugee Day: Pictured are Nisreen Youssef (red) with her son Carlos, mother Dalal, sister Rather and Amjad Shad. Photograph: Michael MacSweeney/Provision

A campaign group supporting Syrians who have relocated to Ireland is urging the Government to introduce a new scheme to allow family members join them(...)

Actor Owen Roe reading from Ulysses at the top of the Joyce Tower in Sandycove Co Dublin on Thursday morning as part of Bloomsday celebrations. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Joyce enthusiasts dressed in full Edwardian garb arrived at Glasnevin Cemetery in hired carriages to mark the annual Bloomsday celebrations in honour (...)

 VHI Women’s Mini Marathon:  Eileen Drumgool and Anne Marie Shevlin from Monaghan after finishing.  Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Almost every single one of the 35,000 women who gathered on Dublin’s Merrion Square ahead of the 34th mini-marathon were there for a heartbreaking rea(...)

The riders in An Post Rás  climb the Caha Pass during yesterday’s fifth stage to Clonakilty. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

If there were any doubts that this An Post Rás could go right down to the wire on Sunday, stage five to Clonakilty indicated that the next three days(...)

Burren House: 20 minutes from Kinsale, with views of Old Head

One of the most difficult things, when viewing houses, is separating the lives of the previous owners from your own. It’s next to impossible to men(...)

“I think we will always move home. We have a strong tie to Clonakilty and the community there,” says Kate Crowley

Even after five years living in Australia, it’s clear that Kate Crowley has strong ties to her home town. The Clonakilty native works as marketing and(...)

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