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Researchers have successfully linked the climatic aftermath of volcanic eruptions to extreme cold weather events here over a 1,200-year period

Could the writings of ancient Irish monks and scribes hold a key to our cold weather patterns? A group of Irish and international researchers think so(...)

Actor Tom Vaughan Lawlor. Photograph: Eric Luke

Despite the intensity of his performances on stage and screen, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor doesn’t submit to self-mythologisation. He made his first appearance(...)

The public was yesterday invited to bring memorabilia from John F Kennedy’s visit to Ireland 50 years ago to the National Library of Ireland. The mate(...)

Jeremy Renner (left) in Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters

What do the following couples have in common: The troubled young bartender from Leeds who shares a dingy flat and a dreadful history with her junk foo(...)

Archive Long Room Library TCD Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Trinity College has said it will continue to support the incoming president of Trinity College Student Union who admitted to cheating in an exam. Tom (...)

Tom Lenihan (21), son of late minister for finance Brian Lenhian, admitted bringing a note into a third year law exam at Trinity College Dublin which took place a fortnight ago.

The incoming president of Trinity College Student Union has admitted cheating during an exam. Tom Lenihan (21), son of late minister for finance Bri(...)

 New Ireland coach Joe Schmidt shares a joke with team manager Mick Kearney at Carton House yesterday.

Joe Schmidt’s presence at Ireland’s training camp in Carton House yesterday was mere precursor; the incoming national coach will only arrive in Housto(...)

Mena City Lawyers (left to right): Marcus Tadros, Mark Thompson, Fady Jamaleddine, and Niall Donnelly

A placement programme at one of Lebanon’s main law firms has been giving Irish and British graduates a taste of international practice in a rap(...)

Up and away: graduates are again facing the possiblity of having to emigrate. Illustration. Éna Brennan
The Class of 2013

The graduates of 2013 have been formed by boom and bust. The students who have just finished their final exams and are about to step outside ed(...)

President Michael D Higgins chatting with Milliner/designer Philip Treacy who were conferred with Honorary Fellowships from GMIT at a ceremony in Galway yesterday. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

THE European Union is not “significantly reflecting the best interests of its citizens”, President Michael D (...)

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