The court heard that Emilie Kiely, during a five-months period when she attended Giraffe Childcare, at Belarmine Copse, Stepaside, Enniskerry Road, Co Dublin, allegedly “suffered stress, emotional upset and terror”. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A four-year-old girl, who allegedly suffered psychological injuries while attending a creche mentioned in an RTÉ expose on the mistreatment of childre(...)

A man who suffered serious injuries in March 2011, after he fell off a ladder when a gust of wind moved it, has been awarded €356,000 damages at the H(...)

23 Griffeen Way, Lucan, Co Dublin:  €279,000, Sherry FitzGerald

In recent decades Lucan has expanded exponentially, with new housing estates springing up in every direction. With good transport links to Dubl(...)

Dave and Caitlin Power in Central Park on the day of their wedding. Photograph: dkcollection.com

Each Saturday on irishtimes.com/weddings we'll report on couples’ love stories .We'll tell the tales and show the pictures of these fabulous weddin(...)

The Finnstown Country House Hotel in Lucan. Photograph: Collins Dublin.

A 55-year-old man has appeared before the Special Criminal Court this afternoon charged with the possession of explosives at Finnstown House Hotel (...)

Gardaí are attempting to establish a motive for the murder of a father-of-four, who was gunned down in front of his wife and c(...)

Mourners leave lighted candles following the funeral service  Solomon Soremekun. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

A grieving mother is to travel home to her family in Nigeria to mourn her three-year-old son who died in Galway last week. Omolara Alibi is making pla(...)

President Higgins and his wife Sabina visit the Focus Ireland coffee shop Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

President Michael D Higgins visited the drop-in and coffee shop of the homelessness charity Focus Ireland in Dublin this week. While he was there a mo(...)

(From left): Liz Deasy, Mary Manning and Karen Gearon , three of the Dunnes Stores workers who went on strike for almost three years over the importation of goods from apartheid South Africa, at Dublin Airport yesterday before they departed to attend Nelson Mandela’s funeral.  Photograph: Eric Luke

All 11 of the former Dunnes Stores workers, whose almost three-year strike moved the Government to ban South African produce from Ireland in the 1980s(...)

The Liffey Valley Park Alliance believes the 274 acres of land adjoining St Edmundsbury near Lucan, Co Dublin, should form part of a green swathe stretching from Islandbridge to Straffan, Co Kildare, as a “social dividend” from Nama’s activities.

An alliance of local and national organisations has called on the Government to prevent the sale – at the behest of the National Asset Management Agen(...)