Greenore is strategically located next to the Dublin-Belfast economic corridor, so it is capable of servicing both cities

Burke Shipping Group, the principal operating subsidiary of the family-owned Doyle Group, has acquired Greenore Port in Co Louth. The port was previou(...)

Met Éireann has issued a status orange wind warning for Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo as strong gale force winds hit gusts of 120km/h overnight. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Many commuters experienced major delays this morning with rail and road users affected by the high winds caused by the remnants of Hurricane Gonzal(...)

Emissions from ships and boats amountto a billion tonnes or 3 per cent of globalgreenhouse gas emissions – twice that of the international aviation industry

Shipping is one of the silent global polluters. Emissions from ships and boats amount to a billion tonnes or 3 per cent of global greenhouse gas emiss(...)

Irish Ferries cruise vessel Oscar Wilde, which broke down on Tuesday forcing 1000 passengers to sleep on board, is set to resume it’s services this evening.

The stranded Irish Ferries vessel that broke down in France on Tuesday forcing more than 1,000 passengers to spend the night on board is set to(...)

The most recent addition to the Irish Ferries fleet, the Epsilon, has added capacity and helped counter the effect of lost sailings due to the unprece
dented weather. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish Ferries owner Irish Continental Group recorded higher revenues and operating profits last year, as both passenger number(...)

Blown over plane at Shannon Airport today. Photograph: Comeragh

Dozens of roads are blocked and public transport has been severely disrupted by a storm which is sweeping the country. The Dart is suspen(...)

The Eden Project near St Austell, Cornwall. Photograph: ConstructionSkills/PA.

I was wondering if you could give me any advice about travel on freight ships, or if you could point me towards someone who could. – CMC, CorkTravell(...)

A map showing swell heights off the coast of Ireland at 6.00am today. The colour black indicates waves of over 14 metres. Image:

The south and west coasts are bracing themselves for more potential flooding today with mountainous seas of 11 metres expected.An orange warning, the (...)

 ESB crew working on damaged lines in Glenealy, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

All homes that have been without power following the Christmas storms have been told their electricity will be restored by the end of today.ESB emerge(...)

A section of the roof which was blown off the Colaiste Cois Life School on Castle Road, Lucan, Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Arthur Carron/Collins

About 800 homes are expected to remain without power overnight as ESB emergency repair crews work to restore power services in the west of the country(...)