Channing Tatum attends the Amsterdam premiere of Magic Mike XXL on July 1st. Photograh: Michel Porro/Getty Images

(...) across public transport. Whereas the female lap dance involves a slavish grind carried out with the sole(...)

Documents obtained by The Irish Times show Dublin City Council has received complaints from a cross-section of groups and individuals in relation to the €386 million project, ranging from sleepless students to an injured cyclist. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

A number of Dublin city centre business owners are feeling “abandoned” due to Luas line works amid accusations that road closures could provide a “dev(...)

(...) it does, why is it not more explicit: a civil servant in the Department of Transport should be able(...)

Kauai is balmy year-round, with a constant light breeze that means it never feels unbearably hot

(...) the south in about two hours. It is next to impossible to get around without a car as public transport(...)

Have cart, will trundle: a Bianconi mail carriage in Galway around 1880. Photograph: National Library of Ireland

(...) in Irish transport history who tried to brand his business,” says David Dickson, a professor of(...)

Hopeful: Stephanie and Tatyana N’Gang’a, who live in direct provision in Dublin, at an Irish Refugee Council protest. Photograph: Dave Meehan

(...) poor transport links. Whole families share bedrooms, with no private living space, and single adults(...)

An Islamic State fighter destroys ancient objects  from Palmyra, as others watch on in the town of Manbij, northeast of Aleppo. Photograph: Kim Doo-Ho/AFP/Getty Images

(...) northeast to allow farmers to harvest wheat and transport grain to markets. WFP director Ertharin Cousin(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary attends a new conference in Copenhagen.

Denmark’s trade unions unions will be unable to take industrial action against Ryanair as it plans plans to move its one Copenhagen-based aircraft to (...)

Former taoiseach Brian Cowen arriving at Leinster House for his appearance at the Banking Inquiry, July 2nd, 2015. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) justification, he said it would have been hard to justify cuts in health, education or transport spending or not(...)

(...) growth and the demands of the primary polluters – agriculture and transport – took precedence. These(...)