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Victorian art has been out of fashion in an international art market dominated by collectors prepared to pay multimillion-euro sums for modernist art(...)

Charlie Connelly appears at the Immrama festival in Lismore, Co Waterford this week. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Barry Roche, Southern CorrespondentLiterary festivals and fine weather can be something of a lottery in Ireland but one man well poised to cope with t(...)

Very Rev Paul Draper at the newly renovated Cotton Library in St Carthage’s Cathedral , Lismore, Co Waterford. Photograph: Patrick Browne

A somewhat forgotten library, whose collection dates back centuries, will open its doors for free guided tours during the 11th Immrama Festival of Tra(...)

An ambulance at Dunmore East harbour, Co Waterford, where the bodies of brothers Paul (50), Kenny (47) and Shane Bolger (45), from Passage East, were brought ashore by the RNLI vessel to a waiting ambulance. Photograph: Patrick Browne

The fishing community on the southeast coast was in shock last night after three brothers perished at sea yesterday when they got into difficulty whil(...)

A rescue mission which would have been the longest ever by an Irish Coastguard helicopter to pick up an ill passenger on the MS Marina off the Co Cork coast has been cancelled.

A rescue mission which would have been the longest ever by an Irish Coastguard helicopter to pick up an ill passenger off the Co Cork coast has been c(...)

The 2011 Children First guidelines were not implemented in full and the social work service was under-resourced, according to a Hiqa report on services in Wexford/Waterford and Dun Laoghaire.

The Health Information and Quality Authority has published two reports which are critical of HSE foster care services in Wexford and Dun Laoghaire.An (...)

O Emperor: Vitreous

The Waterford band’s debut, Hither Thither, will one day be re-evaluated as one of the best Irish debuts of all time. On their follow-up (now minus th(...)

A second Irish Examiner poster, erected in Limerick after the first was torn down. Picture: Mike Cowhey

There have protests in Limerick and Kerry over a billboard advertising campaign promoting the Irish Examiner which has prompted more than 20 complaint(...)

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar turned the sod on the Newlands Cross N7 flyover as well as the N11 dual carriageway from Arklow to Rathnew.   Photograph: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Work officially began today on a scheme which will allow motorists to travel the length of the island without having to stop, as the last traffic ligh(...)

Furniture retailer Cost Plus Sofas has announced that it is to close many
of its Irish stores.

Furniture retailer Cost Plus Sofas has announced that it is to close “many” of its Irish stores. “After many years serving the people of Ireland, we h(...)

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