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Aidan O’Shea in action for Mayo during their All-Ireland quarter-final against Donegal at Croke Park. Photo: James Crombie/INPHO

Aidan O’Shea may be a natural midfielder-turned-full-forward – but he has shown this summer that he has a lot more to offer at 14 than a plain aeri(...)

The number of Irish people leaving Ireland remains high, despite improvements in the economy and a fall in unemployment. Figures published by t(...)

Centenarian Maire Godfrey at  home in Donnybrook, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

One of Máire Godfrey’s earliest memories is of the soldiers who lived in her home in Co Kerry during the Civil War in 1922. About 15 Free State(...)

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has been calling for some credit due – his team have amassed an average score of 0-17 per game in reaching the All-Ireland(...)

 Sint Maarten in the Caribbean, Lesotho and Kazakhstan, are among the countries where Irish people chose to marry last year.

The small Caribbean island of Sint Maarten, the landlocked African country of Lesotho and the former Soviet republic Kazakhstan, are just some of the(...)

One in eight students attending Ireland’s second-level schools last year was born overseas, figures for the 2014-2015 school year show. Almost 45,000 (...)

2014 was a particularly bad year on the roads in Northern Ireland with 79 people losing their lives.

This is a data blog guest post by Kathryn Torney, from the Detail: 2014 was a particularly bad year on the roads in Northern Ireland with 79 people lo(...)

A screen grab from RTÉ’s Investigations Unit - Inside Bungalow 3 report on Áras Attracta on  Prime Time last December.

More than 93 per cent of inspections of disability homes carried out by the State’s health watchdog found the facilities failed to comply with nati(...)

St Vincent de Paul volunteers: the charity got nearly €130,000 from the poor box last year.  Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Charities and individuals received over €2 million from court poor boxes last year, the Courts Service figures show. Judges around the country direct(...)

When the first lottery draw took place in 1988, the chances of your numbers coming in were one in 1,947,792.

It could be you. But following the news that the National Lottery intends on increasing the number of balls in its twice-weekly draw from 45 to 47 nex(...)

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