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Ronan Marsh in Melbourne: ‘In terms of moving to Australia, whenever Irish people can do, they probably will come back again.’

Phoning home from Melbourne is like “phoning home from the future” says marketing executive Ronan Marsh, who has been living in Australia for 13 year(...)

Stripe founders Patrick and John Collison

Staff working for Stripe in Europe and Asia earned an average $137,800 (€114,826) in 2019 before the Covid crisis saw the company’s valuation surge, n(...)

Ireland: you truly appreciate its beauty when you are removed from it for a while. Photograph: iStock/Getty

After close to a decade abroad, in Berlin and Melbourne, I’m back in Ireland, living and working in Cork. Time away can give a new lens to see our cou(...)

Consultant plastic surgeon Nora Nugent says that working in the NHS, things are sometimes “more structured with more formalised processes” than with the HSE.

Plastic surgery is sometimes misunderstood by those not involved in it, says Dr Nora Nugent. For the Tipperary native, a consultant plastic surgeon wi(...)

Kim Garth of the Scorchers bowls during the Women’s Big Bash League match between the Melbourne Renegades and the Perth Scorchers in Melbourne in October 2019. Photograph: Mike Owen/Getty Images)

Career decisions arrived early in life for Kim Garth. Her first came in sixth year in school. An international player since she was 14 years old, she (...)

Sonie O’Sullivan is to take up a coaching role with Nike based in Portland, Oregon. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Sonia O’Sullivan has agreed to take up a new assistant coaching role with a Nike training group based in Portland, Oregon beginning this week, initial(...)

Great Melbourne Telescope: the instrument being installed in 1869, after it was shipped in pieces from the works of Thomas Grubb, in Dublin. Photograph: Museums Victoria

On July 3rd, 1866, a dramatic event took place in the Dublin suburb of Rathmines, not far from the Grand Canal, in a workshop specially built for the (...)

Brian Robson, who turns 76 in June, says  he was completely unprepared for the level of interest in the story and was exhausted.

The Welsh man who airmailed himself from Australia in 1965 has made contact with one of the two Irish men who helped him with his unorthodox journey. (...)

‘There is a growing recognition in practice of the importance of the gut-brain axis as a target for maintaining and improving mental health,’ says Prof Gautam Gulati of the University of Limerick. Photograph: iStock

The sigh of contentment after a pleasant meal confirms a link between food and mood, but research in recent years is uncovering the nature of the rela(...)

CurrencyFair chief executive Paul Byrne will lead the merged business

Irish fintech CurrencyFair is to merge with Australian company Assembly Payments following a strategic investment from Standard Chartered. No financi(...)

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