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The late Dr Francis J O’Reilly (left) with archaeologist Peter Harbison in TCD in 1999. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The removal of Dr Francis J O’Reilly, former chancellor of Trinity College Dublin, will take place today. Dr O’Reilly, who died at his home in Rathmor(...)

The sacrament of ordination: but Denstone Murphy believed it was possible for him to exercise his ministry beyond the canonical limitations of the order.

In 1952 a medical student at University College Cork finished his third-year exams and applied to join the Dominicans to study for the priesthood. His(...)

Lynn Jackson of Holocaust Education Trust Ireland said it was “most encouraging” to see more than 20 Irish teachers giving up their time to attend the course on the Holocaust being organised in conjunction with the Herzog Centre in TCD. Photograph: Holocaust Education Trust Ireland

The essential role of teachers in the dissemination of accurate information on the Holocaust has been stressed by the organisers of a special three-da(...)

The late Seán Freyne, whom former president Mary McAleese said was “the quintessential Irishman, always asking the probing question”. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

One of Ireland’s best-loved and most respected theologians, Seán Freyne, has died in Dublin. Director of the Centre for Mediterranean and Near Eastern(...)

National director for acute hospitals Ian Carter is being paid a total package of €188,959 a year, over €3,600 more than Taoiseach Enda Kenny gets for running the country.

The Health Service Executive has denied it is breaching the public service salary cap by paying one of its new national directors more than the Taois(...)

“If you look at people’s achievements in life, intelligence plays a part and perseverance plays a part, but the third factor is intellectual curiosity,” says Ian Robertson, professor of psychology in Trinity College Dublin

‘We want to encourage people to have the confidence and courage and opportunity to be curious,” says Ellen Byrne, creative director of Dublin’s Festiv(...)

The Luas line would pass over St Patrick’s Well as it makes its way past Trinity College Dublin, but a historian says the underground well would be destroyed in the process. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The construction of the cross- city Luas line will destroy a holy well associated with St Patrick, Jonathan Swift and the introduction of frogs to Ire(...)

THE Irish Blood Transfusion Service (IBTS) is to fund a €2.5 million research project led by NUI Galway (NUIG) which may see revolutionary cell therap(...)

Ben Cunningham, who cycled the Pan American Tour. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Before Ben Cunningham set out on an arduous 22,000km cycle from Alaska to Argentina along the Pan-American Highway, he didn’t even own a bicycle. Now (...)

The entrance to the Trinity Capital Hotel on Pearse Street, Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller.

  An American billionaire John Malone has agreed terms for the purchase of the highly profitable Trinity Capital Hotel at Pearse Street(...)

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