Ireland France Chamber of Commerce president  Jim Rice: “Over half of our members have witnessed higher levels of business activity and have increased staffing numbers, which can only be a positive signal.” Photograph: Eric Luke

A survey by the Ireland France Chamber of Commerce has found 69 per cent of its members expect to recruit more staff in the next three months, with(...)

An 18-year-old man has been taken to Tallaght hospital after being struck by a Luas tram near the City West campus in Dublin.

An 18-year-old man has been taken to Tallaght hospital after being struck by a Luas tram near the City West campus in Dublin. The incid(...)

 On the first full working day of the bus strike, Dart and commuter trains did a brisk trade but there was no difficulty in accommodating passengers who usually take the bus.
Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Trains and trams were busy but not overstretched yesterday as commuters sought alternatives to Dublin Bus services.On the first full working day of th(...)

File photo of Heuston Station, Dublin. Irish Rail users trying to pay for their tickets with the new €5 note continue to experience difficulties as ticket machines won’t accept them.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Irish Rail began making changes to ticket machines today so that they can accept the new €5 notes. Travellers trying to pay for their (...)

Inspector had altercation with a man at Tallaght Luas stop.

A woman who lost her job as a Luas ticket inspector after spitting back at an abusive member of the public in a “moment of madness” has been told b(...)