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Lahinch Golf Club: the links course counts Irish rugby captain Paul O’Connell, multi-major winner Phil Mickelson and broadcaster Terry Wogan among its members. Photograph: INPHO/Getty Images

Lahinch Golf Club last year “steadied the ship” as profits jumped 22 per cent to € 355,649. The 122-year-old club recorded a su(...)

President Michael D Higgins: accompanies by group of key officials and dignatories. Photograph: Alan Betson

At least eight key Government advisors and senior civil servants attended last week’s royal banquet at Windsor Castle for the (...)

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore , Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London greeting President Michael D. Higgins, on his arrival at a Youth Workshop at City Hall  in London earlier today. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Ireland and the United Kingdom can enjoy a era of “boundless possibilities”, President Michael Higgins has said on the back of political change tha(...)

 President Michael D  Higgins and his wife Sabina with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip before the banquet  at Windsor Castle. Photograph: Alan Betson.

Britain and Ireland shall “no longer allow our past to ensnare our future”, Queen Elizabeth said last night. In an addr(...)

The “sky did not fall in” when Pat Kenny defected from RTÉ to Newstalk, observed one member of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications

RTÉ’s competitors are “talking to other people who they want to lure away from us”, the broadcaster’s deputy director-general Kevin Bakhurst told a(...)

Fr Tony Flannery: “In my talks, I hope to give some historical perspective to the main problems we are facing in the church today.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Fr Tony Flannery is in a much better place these days. He’s back in the family home. Back in the east Galway townland where it all began 67 yea(...)

Gay Byrne presenting his show on RTÉ Lyric FM. Photograph: Alan Betson

In studio Gay Byrne is a vision in cornflower cashmere. He has his newspaper clippings, which he reads out during the show, carefully pasted on to A4 (...)

Graham Norton after he received an honorary doctorate at University College Cork yesterday. “I was more surprised than excited when I heard but being here now it really is a proper thrill,” the broadcaster said.  Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Being Irish is definitely an advantage when working in British broadcasting, seven-time Bafta award winner, Graham Norton said yesterday as he returne(...)

Clare Duignan: "People use their radio like a clock through the day."

The next managing director of RTÉ Radio is likely to have a tricky time putting his or her stamp on its schedules – the medium’s loyal audience(...)

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