Evidence is removed from the scene of a shooting at a house on the Kiltalown Road, Tallaght. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Gardaí are now looking for a third man in connection with a murder in Tallaght on Wednesday night. A 35-year-old man, named locally as Alan O’Neill, w(...)

Irish Residential Properties Reit  chief executive David Ehrlich said the investment company would like to build 400-450 apartments on the Rockbrook site in Sandyford, Dublin, which it acquired earlier this year.

The chief executive of a €457 million property investment fund has questioned the current approach to planning in Dublin, suggesting density rules (...)

Boom models include the Jeep Renegade (above), Renault’s Captur and the BMW X5

The once-troubled European car market has just posted its biggest sales rise in six years, with 1.166 million new cars sold in April.Now in its 20th c(...)

Gareth Colley, of Convent Lawns, Ballyfermot, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to two charges of arson and attempting to unlawfully take a car on March 23rd, 2014.

A father-of-one who set fire to two cars after he failed to steal them has been sentenced to three years with the final 15 months suspended.Gareth Col(...)

Honda is to recall another 4.8 million cars globally to replace potentially fatal air bag inflators made by Japan’s Takata Corp, already at the cent(...)

Toyota and Nissan recalling thousands of cars: The move is the latest in a series of recalls involving airbag inflators made by Japanese parts supplier Takata.

Toyota and Nissan are recalling thousands of cars in Ireland as part of a global recall of 6.5 million vehicles over potentially faulty airbags. The m(...)

According to figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), 65,709 new private cars were taxed for the first time between January and April.

The number of new cars on our roads rose 28.5 per cent over the first four months compared to the same period last year. According to figures from t(...)

Chunky 500x is Fiat’s best styling work for a while. 3:08

Irish car buyers have fallen so spectacularly out of love with Fiat that this launch of the new 500x feels almost like two former lovers, meeting f(...)

One complaint said he considered the King of Paws advertisement “to be part of a trend where men are belittled, mocked, painted as idiots and in this case compared to dogs”.

A dog-training school accused of broadcasting an ad which it was claimed “belittled, mocked” and painted men as “idiots” has fallen foul of the adv(...)

Inspector Michael O’Connor said thieves are using fishing rods and hooks to prise car keys from hallways and hall tables late at night.

Householders have been warned not to put their car keys in a place which they can be accessed through their letter boxes. Opportunistic thieves are us(...)