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Persian kebabs and organic pizza: 3 Irish spots serving genuinely tasty late-night food

It’s not all about garlic cheese chips, you know.

Double Take: The tribute to a failed Spanish general on Cork's Cornmarket St

Don Juan de Aquila is also the ‘Spaniard’ who inspired the famous Kinsale pub.

'It just has that certain wee thing': The Donegal trad pub where everyone joins in the music

At The Reel Inn, there’s a trad session seven nights a week – and a great pint too.

'They're works of art hidden in plain sight': Dublin's most Insta-worthy lamp posts

Photographer Thomas Fitzgerald shared some of his favourite city street lights with us.

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In 'challenging' times for the Irish music scene, an old school recording studio is managing to keep rocking

Waltons on George’s Street is gone, and this Temple Bar studio has also had to adapt to survive.

A collection of nearly 300 years of Irish images is now online

The collection’s timespan covers prints from the Land Wars of the late 1800’s.

BBC seeks to achieve 50:50 split in male and female contributors by next year

A report on the broadcaster’s progress will be produced in a year’s time.

A ghostly Famine-era village and a Pirate Queen castle: Put Achill on your 'to-do' list

Archaeologist Neil Jackman explores the historical treasures of Achill Island as part of his new book on the Wild Atlantic Way.

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