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This Lotto playslip  shows the  uniform pattern all of the six winners would have had to fill out in order to win at the weekend.

The chances of winning the Lotto are pretty slim, we’re pretty well agreed. So what’s the chances of no less than six people choosing the same (...)

 Clare’s Stephen O’Halloran battles with Darragh O’Donovan of Limerick during their Waterford Crystal Cup quarter-final at Sixmilebridge, Clare, on Sunday. Photograph: Inpho

Clare 1-14 Limerick 0-11All-Ireland champions Clare got 2014 off to a winning start when they defeated Munster title-holders Limerick at Sixmilebridge(...)

Munster head coach Rob Penney. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Munster head coach Rob Penney said securing a home Heineken Cup quarter-final was “massive” for his team after they coasted to a 38-6 bonus-point win (...)

  “In one of the afternoon sessions on the subject of archives, Patrick Lonergan of NUI Galway drew gasps from the audience.  He was relating how many women playwrights had had new plays performed on the main Abbey stage since 1940. The figure was just three, with five plays (three of which were by Marina Carr alone), although there have been some 500 productions in that time.”  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The second day of the Abbey Theatre symposium, entitled the Theatre of Memory, took place yesterday. “Making History: Artists and the Past” was the ti(...)

Michael Mallin, who was executed, and Countess Markievicz being escorted away by government troops. Photograph: Courtesy of National Museum of Ireland

The only eyewitness account of the burials of the executed leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising has been made public for the first time. Fiftee(...)

 Minister for Justice and Equality Alan Shatter:   said  that while single-cell occupancy was the ideal regime for jails, it was not possible for the new Cork facility in this time of recession.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Construction of the new jail to replace Cork prison is due to commence on Monday and will be completed by the end of next year, Minister for Justice A(...)

Mr Justice Peter Charleton said it would be “contrary to the experience of this nation over the last decade” were banks to be given a final decision on whether a loan must be transferred into the agency.

The behaviour of bankers at the highest level in the years leading to the economic collapse, along with arguments of social order “founded on prudence(...)

There are some shades on the pop spectrum which never go out of fashion. September Girls dig their sound from those vintage long shadows. A five-st(...)

May 1st, 1916: A barricade made of carts, in Great Brunswick Street, Dublin, during the Easter Rising. Photograph:  Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Earlier this week, we posted a message on The Irish Times Facebook page asking for you to tell us the stories of relatives who you think may have been(...)

UPC Ireland chief executive Magnus Ternsjo pictured in their offices in Dublin. The company are trialling a new wifi hotspot service for existing customers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

UPC is trialling a new wifi service in Limerick which will allow customers to access wifi on their mobile device when visiting a participating UPC bro(...)

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