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Paul O’Connell celebrates a try on his Ireland debut against Wales in the  2002 Six Nations. Photograph: INPHO/Allsport

February 3rd, 2002. Laid out after attempting to tackle Welsh secondrow Craig Quinnell, a red-haired man in a navy scrum cap lies prone atop the blue (...)

A number of hospitals have significantly higher death rates due to heart attacks and strokes than the national average, according to a new report from(...)

Download full spreadsheet of donors. Irish Times Data has digitised 20 years of filings made by Friends of Sinn Féin (FoSF), the party’s US fun(...)

The study found  27 per cent of respondents state they would not be able to carry out their journalistic work without social media.

Irish journalists are among the heaviest users of social media in the world, but they also believe information sourced on social media cannot be trust(...)

Almost 2,700 new homes will be provided in Dublin city over the next two years through social housing building schemes to take people off the city cou(...)

Teacher Eilish Moroney with children at St John the Evangelist National School in Adamstown, just south of Lucan, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

One in nine primary school children comes from a non-Irish background but just a small number of schools cater for most of these children, an analysis(...)

Children at St John the Evangelist National School in Adamstown, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The high concentration of immigrant children in a comparatively small number of primary schools has led to warnings about segregation developing in(...)

‘If you are discouraging people from calling 999 in the case of a genuine emergency, that is appalling policy that is inevitably geared towards putting human lives at risk,” said Conor Faughnan of AA Roadwatch. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Almost half of the €9.3 million owed to local authority fire services by Irish homes and businesses last year was not paid, figures reveal. Accordin(...)

The number of work permits issued to workers from outside the European Economic Area and Switzerland increased in 2014, having been in decline for ove(...)

The number of Irish people packing their bags and heading to Australia peaking at 18,200 in 2012, according to the CSO. Illustration: Chris Ware/Lexington Herald-Leader/MCT via Getty Images

Since the downturn hit Ireland in 2008, the number of Irish people packing their bags and heading Down Under in search of work has soared, peaking (...)

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