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Mannix Flynn in Dublin's Temple Bar area. He said the  company is “a wreck” and needs to be wound down without further delay. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Artist and activist Mannix Flynn, one of Dublin City Council’s representatives on the board of Temple Bar Cultural Trus(...)

 Mick Hannigan, Cork Film Festival director since 1986 and chief executive since 2009, rejected any suggestion that the issue was down to funding and said he believed the festival board simply wanted a change of team. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Cork Film Festival director Mick Hannigan and festival programmer Una Feely have expressed their dismay after being informed that they are to b(...)

Video: Deenihan on Irishgenealogy.ie site launch

“Why waste money looking up your family tree? Just go into politics and your opponents will do it for you,” Sean Quinn of Failte Ireland told M(...)

While refuelling in an Italian restaurant on St Patrick’s night, I had a ringside seat for three fellas and a burly young lady pucking the head(...)

Ronan McGreevy More than 5,500 people, most of them from abroad, have so far signed up to walk in the “people’s parade” ahead of the mai(...)

When times are tough there is a tendency to whinge about the cost of ministerial travel. So, before the media becomes a conduit for complaints (...)

Meeting House Square, Temple Bar: the market is one of many events managed by the Temple Bar Cultural Trust. An audit by Dublin City Council of the trust’s corporate governance found a large number of irregularities and flaws. Photograph: Joe St Leger

An audit by Dublin City Council of corporate governance in Temple Bar Cultural Trust has found a large(...)

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