Laurence (Larry) Hayes, who died during the Tunisian shootings this week

A couple from Athlone killed in the Tunisia beach massacre had been due to return home just hours after the attack took place. Laurence and Martina Ha(...)

Paddy Doherty has been chief executive of Dublin Bus for five years and has spent four decades in total with the company

Barry O’Halloran Dublin Bus chief executive, Paddy Doherty, is retiring shortly and will be succeeded by the public transport company’s human resource(...)

Irish Rail received €117 million in public-service payments in 2014. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

State-owned public transport group CIÉ received €500 million in Government aid last year, according to figures published yesterday. The group, parent(...)

The new app will be a welcome service for anyone viewing houses for sale who wants to see what comparable properties in the area have sold for

The introduction of the Residential Property Price Register (propertypriceregister.ie) has been a godsend for property buyers and sellers who previous(...)

Mmbers of SIPTU and NBRU on strike at Phibsboro station earlier this month.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Under the new proposals to end the bus dispute the Government’s controversial plans to put out to tender some routes operated by State transport compa(...)

Members of the NBRU and & SIPTU unions during a march in Dublin city centre over plans to put 10 per cent of public bus routes out to private tender. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has insisted Government-backed plans to put some bus routes out to tender will not lead to the privatisation (...)

Kieran Mulvey, chief executive of the Labour Relations Commission attends talks in Dublin on Monday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government has no plans to deregulate the entire bus market but the process of putting out to tender 10 per cent of Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann rou(...)

A two-day strike by members of the National Bus and Railworkers Union and Siptu is scheduled to go ahead on Friday and Saturday. A further three-day work stoppage is planned for the June bank holiday weekend.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The latest round of talks aimed at averting a planned two-day strike at Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann later this week will resume at the Labour Relations(...)

Labour Relations Commission  chief executive Kieran Mulvey said every effort would be made to resolve  issues between Bus Éireann and Dublin Bus and workers’ unions before the end of the week.  Further strikes at the bus companies are scheduled this  Friday and Saturday. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

New talks aimed at averting further strikes at Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann scheduled to take place on Friday and Saturday are likely to continue for a (...)

Anthony Doran, of Charlestown Place, St Margaret’s  Road, Dublin, pictured leaving the Four Courts  after his Circuit Civil Court claim for damages was dismissed. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Dublin man who alleged he had been assaulted and racially abused by a bus driver has lost a €75,000 damages claim against Bus Éireann for false impr(...)