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Rebecca Taylor, Nadine Kelly and Katie Flaherty all from Ballinasloe, Co Galway at the 2017 ploughing championships. Photograph: Tom Honan

President Michael D Higgins officially opened the 87th National Ploughing Championships on Tuesday. Traffic is reported to be a little busy approach(...)

The Elverys shop at Liberty Square in Thurles, Co Tipperary.

Three former Elverys properties are for sale through agent Cushman & Wakefield along with Unit 6 at Market Cross Shopping Centre in Kilkenny. The(...)

Brian McNelis of Brokers Ireland: “Consumers and businesses need the protection of insurance. Too many have been left bereft.” File photograph: Getty Images

One of the biggest issues facing home- and business-owners in flood-risk areas continues to be insurance companies refusing to provide cover even when(...)

Members of ASTI’s leadership prior to a meeting at the Department of Education in late 2016. The union’s dispute led to a significant drop in membership. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Membership of country’s biggest secondary teachers’ union has fallen to its lowest level in 15 years, according to an internal report. This drop occu(...)

Snow scene in Fairview Park, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Even in the most extreme weather events the business of death continues as undertakers, priests and gravediggers assist mourners and the dead. “I am (...)

Sharon Groarke,  Bernie Kirwan and Catherine Wallace, support nurses at Hope Cancer Support Centre, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Being diagnosed with cancer can be the biggest shock of your life and coping with treatment and recovery is often a lonely journey – even if you are s(...)

Trinity college student Dillon Hennessy, from Ranelagh: ‘I don’t think the allegations are entirely relevant to young people in Ireland.’

Trinity College Dublin Matt Wrafter, Tullamore, Co Offaly The Harvey Weinstein scandal shows how a man in a position of power can go for so long get(...)

IFA president Joe Healy: “We export 90 per cent of our beef, 50 per cent of that goes to the UK market, 45 per cent goes on to the European market, but half of that uses the UK as a land bridge to go to the European market.” Photograph:  Finbarr O’Rourke

Bad weather is always a worry at the National Ploughing Championships but this year a particularly large storm cloud is hanging over the event – in th(...)

More than  60,000 people  attended the Tullamore Show. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

With record-breaking crowds, occasional sunshine and no rain, the Tullamore Show was marred only by the “shameful” absence of any Government Ministers(...)

In a second case, the  judge  threw out James Jordan’s €60,000 damages claim because he failed to disclose to his doctors and the Injuries Board that he was claiming for injury in a third and earlier accident. File photograph:  Courts Collins

Two personal injury claims by a Dublin carpet fitter for damages totalling €120,000 were thrown out by a judge on Monday. Judge Rory MacCabe told Jam(...)

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