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Annalise Murphy: Two days of light winds in Hyeres exposed weaknesses in her sailing. Photograph: WIlliam West/AFP/GettyImages.

In spite of winning four straight silver fleet races, Annalise Murphy failed to qualify for the gold fleet at the ISAF World Cup in France this(...)

As three-bed semis go, Elsinore on Corrig Avenue in Dun Laoghaire is quite an imposing pebble-dash-fronted one, with a gravelled driveway and l(...)

Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton: insisted  complaints about abuses of the work scheme were taken seriously. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Fifteen companies have been banned from the Government’s JobBridge work experience scheme for replacing paid employees with un(...)

Rob Crouch as Oliver Reed in Wild Thing.

When Rob Crouch and Mike Davis began developing a one-man show about Oliver Reed, titled Oliver Reed – (...)

If I lived in Ardfield, I’d never get out of bed. While relatively ordinary looking from the front, the back of this house is a marvel of sea v(...)

A screen shows the result of the  Children’s Referendum on the main stage at the count centre in Dublin Castle after the results were announced last November. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Government's information campaign in the Children’s Referendum involved "blatant psychological manipulation" aimed at securing a Yes vote (...)

A roomful of women, stretching – that’s the traditional view of yoga, especially among men. But the lingering perception that yoga is a whimsic(...)

Northern light: Parnell Square, between the Hugh Lane gallery and the Gate Theatre. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

These are bleak times for cultural policy in Ireland, so last week’s announcement by Dublin City Council of plans for a new cultural quarter in(...)

Ikea in Ballymun, Dublin. Planning consultant for Ikea Tom Phillips said the company was willing to make a “multimillion investment” in the area, and had been speaking to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council about it for “three years and a month”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A Dublin local authority should be giving furniture giant Ikea the “red carpet treatment” instead of excludin(...)

Brian King (48) was managing a Social Welfare Office when he purposely overpaid 25 welfare recipients before contacting them and saying the overpayment had been a mistake. He demanded they return the overpaid amount and then stole it for himself.

A former senior civil servant has been jailed for 16 months for defrauding the taxpayer out of nearly €17,000. Brian King (48) was managi(...)

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