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Big Tom: people queue to pay their respects at Oram Gaelic Football Club. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

In the village of Oram, 5km north of Castleblayney, Tom McBride’s people encircle him to say farewell to a king. They welcome all comers, thousands of(...)

Sr Maura Lynch in the operating theatre in Uganda.

Victoria Coffey was 11 years old when her younger brother Alfred died. Her parents had already lost two children before Victoria’s birth and lost a ne(...)

Janneke Van Nijnanten: ‘I heard that these musicians had started their careers by playing on the streets and I thought that was really cool.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The first apartment Janneke van Nijnanten moved into when she arrived in Ireland was directly above Whelan’s bar on Dublin’s bustling Wexford Street, (...)

Many of the residents of the Rosalie unit at Áras Naomh Chaolain in Castlerea suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Photograph: Getty

Concern has been expressed that the HSE may have reneged on a 2015 promise to keep open a facility in Co Roscommon for elderly people with mental heal(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh and Hugh McCutcheon, interim chairman, at the company’s EGM in Dublin ON Wednesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

One51 shareholders paved the way for a possible stock market launch of the plastics maker at a meeting on Wednesday. The vote came after One51 said t(...)

Maeve Richardson, welfare officer with the Irish Second Level Students Union: “Good schools have peer-support networks to support young people, especially in the early days.”

Parents and students deserve information about schools. By giving a snapshot of how many students from a given school are going on to third-level, the(...)

Breda Lynch  at the ASTI conference in the INEC, Killarney on Wednesday. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

Parents and students deserve information about schools. By giving a snapshot of how many students from a given school are going on to third-level, the(...)

Members of the Travelling community protesting over accommodation in 2014. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Travellers are facing a homelessness crisis in Cork due to the failure of a Government-established scheme to provide sufficient accommodation, accordi(...)

  Winning contract: The five routes in Waterford  have been run by Bus Éireann for decades. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Bus Éireann has emerged as the surprise winner for the first public tender for bus services outside of Dublin run by the National Transport Authority,(...)

Solis Lough Eske Castle in Co Donegal welcomes dogs, who are allowed anywhere on the grounds – which provide ample opportunity for walks and runs.

From pointy-eared handbag dogs to doe-eyes spaniels, you’ll see canines great and small in hotels and restaurants around Europe, most notably in Franc(...)

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