Tom Doorley told Dublin District Court he suffered two broken shoulders when he was hit by a taxi in Dublin. Photograph: Collins

Food critic Tom Doorley has told a court he suffered two broken shoulders after being hit by a car in Dublin city-centre. Taxi driver Mark Cruikshan(...)

Security and gardai on duty at O’Connell Street, Dublin on Saturday in preparation for the 1916 celebrations.Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Severe traffic restrictions will be in place in Dublin city centre over the Easter weekend to accommodate the centenary commemorations. Those planni(...)

The front page of The Irish Times on Friday, March 19th, 1965. Photograph: The Irish Times

The 17th Dáil has been dissolved and a general election is on the horizon. The leader of Fine Gael at the time, James Dillon, invites the press to Le(...)

What was TS Eliot thinking when he described April as the “cruellest month” in his poem The Waste Land? April is a walk in the park compared with Jan(...)

The deal means that the Kilmainham hotel is also joining the same stable as the five-star Heritage in Killenard, Co Laois; Clontarf Castle in Dublin and the Metropole in Cork.

Developer John Lally’s Lalco has sold the Hilton in Kilmainham, Dublin to Tifco Hotel Group. Tifco confirmed late yesterday that it had bought the pr(...)

The body of a man being  removed from the doorway of a café on Westmoreland Street in Dublin on Sunday. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Gardaí have launched an investigation into the death of a man whose body was found on a pavement in Dublin’s city centre on Sunday morning. The deceas(...)

Photograph: Marc O'Sullivan

If people say one thing and ask one question about the personal column I’ve been writing in these pages for nearly 15 years it is this: “You are so(...)

Cutting hair at Sam’s Barber’s on Ormond Quay in Dublin

Know a great barber? You can vote for your favourite barbershop in our Best Shops competition by clicking here.  Grooming is booming in Du(...)

Documents obtained by The Irish Times show Dublin City Council has received complaints from a cross-section of groups and individuals in relation to the €386 million project, ranging from sleepless students to an injured cyclist. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

A number of Dublin city centre business owners are feeling “abandoned” due to Luas line works amid accusations that road closures could provide a “dev(...)

An illustration of proposed changes to Suffolk Street in Dublin. Cars would be banned from key streets in the city centre. Photograph: Dublin City Council/PA Wire.

On Wednesday, Dublin City Council unveiled plans for a radical redesign of the city’s traffic management, banning private cars from the heart of the c(...)