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Flying Squirrel’s Colm Farrell presents his first plant-based cheeses.

Garnishes for gins and tonic (G&T), vegan cheese, and cashew nut-based desserts are just three of the products launched by some of Ireland’s lates(...)

David Connolly: generous, brilliant and witty

With the death of David Connolly on April 28th at the early age of 37, Ireland has lost a musician and academic of high achievement and even greater p(...)

Sligo Park Hotel: ‘We have all the benefits of the great outdoors on our doorstep’

As the lockdown ends and internal travel restrictions finally lift, Irish people are focused on home holidays like never before. They’re in for a trea(...)

Former minister for education Joe McHugh has turned down the offer of a junior ministry. Photograph: Leon Farrell/PA Wire

The leaders of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael have sought to rectify the regional imbalance of their ministerial appointments with a series of new junior m(...)

The Dún Laoghaire in-shore lifeboat assisted two anglers in difficulty off Killiney, Co Dublin, last week. File photo

The year was 1935 when most rivers were still in excellent order, but few could match the abundance of Ballynahinch in Co Galway. A gillie out with an(...)

South Dublin County Council relies on rates for approximately 52% of its income – some €132m a year.

As soon as the first wave of coronavirus restrictions hit back in mid-March there was an immediate clamour from businesses facing closure for a morato(...)

The temporary injunction preventing the lands being sprayed was granted, on an ex-parte basis.

The estate of deceased Fine Gael Councillor John Bailey has secured a temporary High Court injunction preventing an alleged trespasser on farmland spr(...)

Deirdre Kuntz has been missing since last Friday. Photograph: An Garda Síocána

Gardaí are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of a 72-year-old woman missing from the Dun Laoghaire area of Dublin since (...)

It’s all over now baby blue:  Sam and Sorcha Hartigan leave the National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street, with  their baby  son Eli. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ben Lowe and Sam Hartigan were keenly aware of the bit parts they had been assigned in the drama in which their wives, about to give birth, were the s(...)

Fr Gerry Byrne “related with a winning smile and generously shared himself with patients of all faiths and none, their families and staff”.

Meg Burton, in an editorial last year for the Health and Social Care Chaplaincy Journal, said of chaplaincy: “Primarily we support patients, visitors (...)

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