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US supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Her health has been of particuular concern to liberals in recent years.  Photograph: Patrick Semansky/AP

Supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participated in oral arguments from hospital on Wednesday, a day after she was admitted for a gall bladder c(...)

Danielle Baskin, co-founder of Quarantine Chat

Over the past two weeks I’ve conversed with strangers in Baltimore, Budapest, Tallinn, Hertfordshire and Melbourne via an app called Quarantine Chat. (...)

Turkish spiced lentil soup with fresh herbs and yoghurt, served with toast.

I love cooking at home for friends and family and for me it is all about simplicity and big flavours. I don’t like over complicating things. Spiced l(...)

F Scott Fitzgerald: his debut novel was published one hundred years ago today. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Published a hundred years ago today to immense and immediate acclaim, F Scott Fitzgerald’s debut novel This Side of Paradise – the book that launched (...)

Personnel from Cork County Council board the wreck of the ghost ship MV Alta, driven aground during Storm Dennis near Ballycotton, Co Cork. Photograph:  David Creedon/Anzenberger

A person claiming to represent the owner of the “ghost ship” which washed up on the Cork coast during Storm Dennis has come forward. The Revenue Comm(...)

Bobby’s on Baggot Street has launched new soup and a sandwich lunch menu

Soup and a sambo, but more interesting The soup and a sandwich meal just went up several notches in interest and quality with the arrival of lunchtim(...)

John Hegarty working on the Saoirse

The last surviving traditional wooden boatyard in Ireland stands outside Skibbereen, on the banks of the River Ilen, and has been captured in a new(...)

Mews restaurant head chef Ahmet Dede and owner Robert Collender. Photographs: Rohan Reilly

Ireland’s struggling restaurant industry was dealt another blow on Thursday when it was announced that the Michelin-starred Mews in Baltimore, in west(...)

Dr William Osler (1849-1919) at the bedside of a patient in 1903. As an advocate of the plain language of healing he wrote: ‘And from the standpoint of medicine as an art for the prevention and cure of disease; the man who translates the hieroglyphics of science into the plain language of healing is certainly the more useful.’

This month marks the centenary of the death of Sir William Osler (1849 - 1919), widely regarded as the pre-eminent physician of the 20th century. He t(...)

Alfred Chestnut, Andrew Stewart and Ransom Watkins pose for a photo after their release in Baltimore.  The men, who spent 36 years in prison, were exonerated of the 1983 murder of a teenage boy who was shot dead over a jacket. Photograph: Todd Kimmelman/AFP via Getty

The three teenagers were arrested in November 1983, and deemed the perpetrators of a brazen crime: they had shot and killed a 14-year-old boy as he wa(...)

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