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“How are ordinary house buyers who scrimp and save for a mortgage supposed to compete with this?” File photograph: iStock

The Taoiseach was right to look concerned. It’s a total sickener. A new strain has emerged. “There is something new in what happened over the weeke(...)

Polling in a recent BBC Spotlight documentary marking the centenary of the creation of Northern Ireland was referenced in the debate. Photograph: iStock

Consecutive surveys on the future of Northern Ireland have flagged approximately two-thirds support for union with Britain, a debate on the state of u(...)

Sean O’Leary, a student of English literature and philosophy, with  his girlfriend Lauren McCann and friends, after he was  awarded a Trinity scholarship following an  announcement in the college. Photograph: Paul Sharp/Sharppix

The “commodification” of third level education has been criticised by Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Dermot Farrell. Under “pressure to be relevant, (...)

Louisa Cameron of Raven Books: ‘I saw the difference that having a 90-second conversation from the garden gate could make to people.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Louisa Cameron has become a familiar sight over the pandemic, whizzing through coastal south county Dublin on her bike, its basket stacked high with (...)

University College Dublin, which has the largest campus residences in the country, recorded 191 unauthorised gatherings in the period. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

More than 300 unauthorised gatherings and parties were recorded on university campus residences in the first semester of the academic year, new figure(...)

The underground scheme will be one of the largest transport infrastructure schemes undertaken in the city in decades.

The Dart underground project, shelved a decade ago following the economic crash, is being resurrected by the National Transport Authority (NTA), docum(...)

Contra mundum: The Irish Times’s editorial of April 12th, 1951, on Noel Browne and the Mother and Child scheme

Seventy years ago today, on April 12th, 1951, The Irish Times published what is probably its most famous editorial. It was a response to the resignati(...)

Brendan Lannon’s very entrance to this world was fraught with medical concern, as indeed would be the first 30 years of his life

At 37, Brendan Lannon is a man who, without hesitation, could be referred to as a medical miracle. Sitting across from him now, he having just arrived(...)

Tiananmen, Gate of Heavenly Peace, Beijing.

Irish universities have been forging closer links with China over recent years as they try to boost their private income against a backdrop of declini(...)

Dr Jessie Rogers: ‘I hope there is something about being a woman and married with children that I can bring to the role’

St Patrick’s College in Maynooth has announced the appointment of Dr Jessie Rogers as the first woman and lay dean of the faculty of theology at the P(...)

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