Geraldine Mullan lost her husband John and their two children Tomas, aged 14, and Amelia, aged 6, when their car left the road and plunged into Lough Foyle. Geraldine started sea swimming due to lockdown and finds closeness and comfort in the water.
One hectic day with medical teams of the Mater Hospital in Dublin battling Covid-19 on the frontline.
Grief in the era of Covid-19: the funeral of John Gallagher who died of Covid-19. John’s family had to self-isolate and watch the funeral through a live-stream link.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern’s final official visit to the USA, before he stepped down as Taoiseach
Poet, author and playwright Ulick O’Connor at his home in Dublin.
Members of the Fallonstown Gun Club on their annual St. Stephen's Day Shoot.
The remains of former Taoiseach, Charles J. Haughey, en route to his final resting place, in Sutton.
The family of Irish Coast Guard Captain Dara Fitzpatrick carry her coffin from St Patrick's Church in Glencullen, Co Dublin, to her final resting place
Minister for Justice Michael McDowell enjoys a laugh with party colleagues before the race for Leader of the PD's
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern stands in the shadow of the memorial for 14 of the executed leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising at Arbour Hill, Dublin
Celebrity and Michelin-starred chef Marco Pierre White takes a moment to reflect
A portrait of singer Sinead O'Connor
John Hurt, who appeared in the production of Samuel Beckett’s ‘Krapp’s Last Tape’, at the Gate Theatre, Dublin
STILL CALLED TO THE COLOURS: Joe Fitzpatrick, the veteran of the Congo massacre, stands ready for action in his campaign to secure proper recognition for his service.
Ryan Phillips from Omeath at the annual Knockbridge, Co Louth Vintage day.
Progressive Democrat founder Des O'Malley looks on thoughtfully as his successors as party leader, Michael McDowell and Mary Harney, greet each other at the PD's farewell meeting held in the University College Dublin which marked the end of the Progressive Political Party in Ireland.
An Taoiseach Brian Cowan at the Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in Tullamore Co. Offaly
The Ward Union, Saint Stephen’s Day stag hunt
Rose Apau on her way to market in Kitgum, Northern Uganda.
Some of the 4,572 vintage tractors at the Cooley Vintage Festival World Record attempt.
European Ryder Cup Captain, Ian Woosnam, enjoys the moment of victory.
The singer Shane MacGowan at North Lotts, Dublin city, in November 2004
The remains of the former Taoiseach Charles Haughey pass along the Clontarf seafront en route to St Fintan's cemetery, Sutton, Co Dublin, in June 2006