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Enda Waters, from Garretstown, Co Meath, says she can’t even  be fitted for a bra and a prosthesis.

A woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy last month has said she was shocked to discover that she would be unable to have rec(...)

Irish retailers are facing a tough Christmas with new Covid-19 restrictions closing non-essential outlets

We have been overwhelmed, in the best possible way, by the response to our original list, a few weeks ago, of 100 Irish websites where you can buy lov(...)

Traditional handweaving at Studio Donegal

Last week we filled a page of homegrown websites that could really do with your support in the weeks and months ahead. To be honest, we could have alm(...)

Picture Post: workers harvesting flax in Co Down in 1948. Photograph: Merlyn Severn//Hulton/Getty

The British magazine was extremely popular with readers but not with the Irish censor. Its portraits of ireland are timeless, however In his mem(...)

Deserted streets in Dublin’s Temple Bar: insurance companies say they could face a bill of between €10 billion and €20 billion if they have to compensate businesses with notifiable disease cover for loss of earnings during the coronavirus crisis. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Reuters

Insurance companies say they could face a bill of between €10 billion and €20 billion if they have to compensate businesses with notifiable disease co(...)

Alan Mulroy, owner of Mulroy’s Londis, said he was “speechless” having learned he had sold the winning ticket.

The winning ticket for Tuesday night’s Euromillions jackpot worth €17 million was sold in Castlebar, Co Mayo, the National Lottery has announced. Thi(...)

Officials were tight-lipped as to exactly where the winning ticket was sold and refused to be drawn on the shop, the town or even the county where the jackpot winning ticket  was sold.

The west’s awake this afternoon after it emerged that Ireland’s latest EuroMillions jackpot winning ticket was sold in Connacht. Officials in the Nat(...)

43/44 O’Connell Street occupies a high-profile location at the intersection with Middle Abbey Street

Real estate investor Mel Sutcliffe of Quanta Capital has acquired No 43/44 on O’Connell Street in Dublin city centre from Irish Life for about €5 mill(...)

Ciarán Foley with his daughter, Robyn and a photograph of his late father, Robert. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ciarán Foley is co-owner of Area 9 Barbers on Store Street in Dublin city centre and a first-time dad to baby Robyn. He was just seven when his own f(...)

‘This year the theme is Irish seaweed’,  Birgitta Hedin-Curtin, chairwoman of the Burren Slow Food Festival.

Two great reasons to head west next month: the Connemara Mussel Festival in Renvyle, Co Galway (May 3rd-5th), and the Burren Slow Food Festival in Lis(...)

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