Mauritius

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Raising the bar:  Publicans David O’Grady,  Deirdre Devitt  and Gary Pepper, at Devitt’s pub, The Two Sisters, in Terenure, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

‘Good puzzle would be cross Dublin without passing a pub,” mused Leopold Bloom on an early summer’s day in 1904 but, more than a century later, a bet(...)

“What’s the point of me finishing school when I know I’ll be nothing. I feel like I’m in prison. I want my freedom. I want to travel. I just want to be equal.” Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

“Nine years here, nine years of fear As you watch your friends take the road, the road to continue You must stay behind and let it pin you because I(...)

Many travel companies now specialise in arranging holidays that will cater for people with disabilities. Photograph: iStockphoto

Organising a holiday can be stressful enough without factoring in the many problems you might encounter while travelling with a disability. Whether yo(...)

Items of debris recovered from beaches in South Africa and Mauritius. Investigators say the items are ‘almost certainly’ from the missing MH370 flight. File photograph: Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images

Two more pieces of debris found in South Africa and near Mauritius are “almost certainly” from Flight MH370, which disappeared in 2014 with 239 people(...)

There are between 2,000-6,000 children and young people growing up undocumented in Ireland today, according to Migrant Rights Centre Ireland. Photograph: Alan Betson

The failure to regularise undocumented migrants living in Ireland is costing the State €41 million per year in lost direct tax, according to research (...)

Síofra O’Leary  Judge, European Court of Human Rights Síofra O’Leary is an Irish lawyer who was appointed a judge at the European Court of Hum(...)

While studying for a BA in business and languages, Natalie, an actor from Blackrock, Co Dublin, was a member of the Drama Society at Dublin City Univ(...)

Cafe en-Seine on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Two of the country’s largest hospitality groups, which between them own landmark pubs such as Cafe en Seine and Whelan’s, are to join forces in a mult(...)

Greg Hayes, chorister in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, with his parents Lorraine and Tony and sister Holly in advance of the Nine Lessons and Carols performance on Christmas Eve .Photograph: Alan Betson

When you are a child Christmas Eve is the longest day of the year. With time hanging so heavily, it’s no wonder we remember long into adulthood what w(...)

The Air France Boeing 777 landed  Mombasa airport after a passenger found the object in the toilets. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

A suspicious device found on an Air France flight from Mauritius to Paris that prompted an emergency landing was harmless and caused a “false alarm”,(...)

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