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to Clifden Road (N59) and Kylemore, to contact Clifden Garda station on 095-22500, the Garda Confidential Telephone Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A man aged 19 has died in a single-vehicle road incident overnight in Co Galway. The man was fatally injured when the car in which he was a passenger(...)

I walk down O’Connell Street in Dublin every day. With its lovely width, trees and monuments, it should be a destination, but most people are passi(...)

A changing landscape

QUINNSWORTH: The supermarket chain’s founder Pat Quinn became a recognisable face across Ireland when he appeared in countless television ads weari(...)

A judge has deferred ruling on whether a GAA coach who was allegedly caught “red-handed” with more than half a million euro worth of cannabis will be (...)

Subject to analysis, the total of 24.5kg of cannabis herb has a street value of €490,000.

Four men were arrested and a large quantity of cannabis herb seized in Dublin yesterday. A car was stopped on searched yesterday afternoon on Kylemore(...)

  Brian Hogan, chief executive of Kylemore Services Group (KSG)  in the kitchen at  Chartered Accountants Ireland on Pearse Street, Dublin, where his company provides catering services. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Brian Hogan started working at Kylemore at just 10 years old. Some 50 years later he is still there, having made the transition from packing cakes to (...)

Plassey House and quadrangle at the University of Limerick

DublinAn embarrassment of social riches to be plundered in the nation’s capital, so let’s begin in the very middle: Trinity College Dublin.TCDWhat’s h(...)

This is not the sun-dappled, money-fuelled majesty of Monaco. It’s Tynagh, a small village near Loughrea, Co Galway. There are no skyscrapers, (...)

From left: Jeremy Fitch of Invest Northern Ireland; Margaret Hearty of Intertrade Ireland; partner in charge of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year programme Frank O’Keeffe; and Pádraig Ó Céidigh, founder of Aer Arann and chairman of the judging panel. Photograph: Maxwells

Twenty-four businesses ranging from financial services and technology to agriculture and manufacturing are the finalists in this years Ernst &a(...)

 The walled garden of Castle Durrow, County Laois

It’s safe to say that spring – after displaying an altogether shocking tardiness – has finally sprung, Now is the time to get busy sowing, hoei(...)

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