Rory Best will captain Ireland on the tour. Photograph: Inpho

Les Kiss, Ireland’s interim head coach, will be part of Joe Schmidt’s management team on a three year contrac(...)

Could Cork develop a “food valley” to boost innovation, particularly in dairy? That’s an idea being floated ahead of the abolition of EU milk q(...)

Most people are well aware of the risks of the bone-thinning disease, osteoporosis, but few have ever heard of sarcopenia, a related and equall(...)

Prof Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin and Prof Don Barry of the University of Limerick with Minister for Arts Jimmy Deenihan (centre) at the MA in festive studies launch. Photograph: Seán Curtin

Details of an international arts festival to coincide with Limerick’s reign as City of Culture have been unveiled. A feasibility report on hosting th(...)

Bees: imagine a world without them. No honey for your porridge. And probably no porridge, either. That’s a gentle nudge towards thinking about (...)

Courtney Love of American band, Hole, was an extremely divisive figure within the riot grrrl movement. Photograph: Toby Melville/PA

‘Because we girls want to create mediums that speak to us. We are tired of boy band after boy band, boy zine after boy zine, boy punk after boy(...)

RTÉ director general Noel Curran, who said the the national broadcaster was committed to delivering a minimum 30 per cent cut in salaries.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The director general of RTÉ has admitted the organisation paid some its top broadcasters “too much” and warned that some of its biggest earners(...)

State Pathologist Prof Marie Cassidy requested that the media not be allowed attend her lecture in Carlow

Press access to a lecture given by State Pathologist Prof Marie Cassidy was cancelled at the last minute following a call from her office prohi(...)

Prof John McHale, chairman of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council (right), with chief economist Diarmaid Smyth at a briefing on fourth Fiscal Assessment Report, at Whitaker Square, Dublin, yesterday. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government should not reduce the size of the packages of spending cuts and tax increases scheduled for the next two budgets, according to t(...)

Professor John McHale (left)  and Donal Donovan of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council, which has recommended the Government continue with spending cuts and tax increases for the next two years. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The Government should not reduce the size of the packages of spending cuts and tax increases over the next two budgets, according Irish Fiscal (...)

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