A former senior official with Wicklow County and Town councils who is facing a charge of corruption, has been sent forward for trial to Wicklow Circui(...)

A planning hearing has opened into Dublin Port plans to redevelop Alexandra Basin in the north Port area - the first part of the port company’s “Masterplan 2012 to 2040”.

A €200m plan to redevelop a large section of Dublin Port and deepen the navigation channel to allow for bigger container and cruise ships was outlined(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has today disowned comments made by former minister of state Fergus O’Dowd relating to Irish Water. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has today disowned comments made by former minister of state Fergus O’Dowd relating to Irish Water. “No, I do not agree with Dep(...)

 Martin Coyne (72) and his wife Violet (61) in her dressing gown and slippers leaving the Four Courts last August after  a contempt hearing, after they were evicted from the home they rented for 15 years at Carpenterstown, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A couple who were evicted from their home in Carpenterstown, Dublin, were told today they would have to pay legal costs associated with delays in vaca(...)

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland warns foragers  to be extremely careful with wild mushrooms.

Foragers have been warned to be extremely careful with wild mushrooms and in particular not to allow children to eat them without expert advice on (...)

A court summons has been issued to Irish Water and Donegal County Council to appear at Letterkenny District Court on Tuesday.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is suing Irish Water and Donegal County Council, claiming the public water supply to Letterkenny is not u(...)

 Paul Murphy (Socialist Party), of the We Won’t Pay Campaign, outside the Irish Water Head Office in Dublin’s city centre yesterday during a protest  in which  water was given free to the public and Irish Water sign-up packs were returned to Irish Water. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A national demonstration against water charges is to take place in Dublin on October 11th.Announcing the protest this morning, anti-water charge campa(...)

Archive photograph shows hauliers on to the roundabout at the Red Cow Inn during their a slow protest over fuel prices. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The owners of up to 3,500 Irish-registered lorries are making plans to re-register them outside the State by Christmas, the Irish Road Haulage Associ(...)

Campaigners against water charges will return Irish water application packs - in a wheelie bin - to the utility’s headquarters in Talbot Street this morning.

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan is to amend legislation to prevent Government Ministers from claiming an income tax deduction on water charges on (...)

Irish Water meter installation: chief executive of Irish Water John Tierney has compared the programme to that of Thames Water in the UK. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennell Photography

Two-thirds of homes will not have meters installed when billing for domestic water begins today.In 2012, then minister for the environment Phil Hogan(...)