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The Boora Pyramid at Lough Boora Discovery Park, Co Offaly.
Family walks for Christmas
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  • December 21, 2016, 13:00

Often, I am asked my favourite season for exploring the countryside. Most expect it will be spring or autumn, but actually it’s Christmastime that doe(...)

Three-judge Special Criminal Court remanded men on continuing bail until January 23rd, when they will be sentenced

Two Dublin men have pleaded guilty at the Special Criminal Court to possession of a firearm and ammunition. Conor Hughes (38) and Darren Fox (26) wer(...)

Illustration by Dearbhla Kelly: ‘I went with this because I couldn’t choose a favourite character so I just tried to cram as many references (from memory) in there as possible’

Roddy Doyle I didn’t know Roald Dahl’s books when I was a child and I’ve never read his adult fiction. I started to read his children’s books when I(...)

The combination of a shortage of stock, and the introduction of the Central Bank’s lending rules in the early part of last year, are impacting the market. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

The number of residential property sales for the first half of 2016 was down 8.2 per cent compared to the same period last year. According to an anal(...)

Paola Ambu: “[My partner] Michael and I are both the hardest critics of our food, and if it’s not good enough for us, it’s not good enough.” Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Paola Ambu first came to Ireland in 2007, decided to settle here properly in 2010, and with her partner Michael Keyes opened Nourish, a cafe near the (...)

A Co Dublin woman, who suffers ongoing shoulder pain and can no longer lift her grandchildren since she slipped and fell on yoghurt in a Tesco store four years ago, has been awarded €55,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A Co Dublin woman, who suffers ongoing shoulder pain and can no longer lift her grandchildren since she slipped and fell on yoghurt in a Tesco store f(...)

 The Rubberbandits. Blindboy:  ‘When I was 10, Jack Charlton took me fishing out the side of a helicopter, up in Carrick on Shannon. I’d won a competition off the back of a packet of Odlums bran that belonged to my uncle Caviar. I’d never heard of Jack Charlton, only had him described to me by other children.’  Photograph: Dave Meehan

Paul Howard, writer/creator of Ross O’Carroll-Kelly Football is the game of the people. It’s played everywhere in the world. I know we get excited ar(...)

Rubicon is a yearly, boutique, conference that gathers to intentionally collaborate and explore ideas about how faith can be expressed within our cult(...)

From left, at the launch of the Bookmarks exhibition in Trinity’s Long Room were Erik Paul and Clayton Fagan of Drimnagh Castle; Sarah-Ann Mitchell and Caithlain Hanlon of Scoil Cholmcille, Ballybrack; Ryan Loehmann and Finn Wallace of Scoil Eoin, Kilbarrack. Photograph: Paul Sharp/SharpPix

Finn Wallace has just done what many people talk about but never get around to doing: he has finished writing his first book. The Adventures of Jac(...)

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