Gardaí clear protestors from O’Connell Bridge in Dublin last night. Photograph: Dave Meehan

As the main anti-water charge protest was coming to an end in Dublin’s south inner city last evening, smaller groups of breakaway protesters were caus(...)

Green Line Luas was disrupted by a car on the track near Charlemont station. Photograph: Paul O’Neill/The Irish Times

Luas operations have resumed following a blockage on the Green Line track near Charlemont station.A car had driven along the Green Line tracks, blocki(...)

14-18 Aston Quay, Dublin 2: the purchaser  will get a net return of around 8 per cent

An overseas investor has exchanged contracts to buy three shops, including a SuperValu store, and a fitness centre overlooking O’Connell Bridge in D(...)

Leonard Dumbrell (26), of The Park, Clonattin Village, Gorey, but originally from Inchicore in Dublin 8, pleaded guilty to car theft in Dublin 4 and two counts of dangerous driving in Dublin city centre on January 2nd, 2013.  Photograph: Reuters

A Wexford man who led gardaí on a high-speed city centre chase in Dublin has been allowed out on bail to attend residential drug treatment, pending se(...)

A large Dublin office building which has been vacant since it was completed in 2008 is to become the European headquarters for a California-based sof(...)

1 and 2 Eden Quay

A mixed-use building beside O’Connell Bridge in Dublin is fresh to the market this week at €1 million.At that price, according to joint agents CBRE an(...)

A flock of swans join the swimmers.   Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times 2:41

Renaissance men and women they may not all be, but many of the 257 men and 111 women who took part in the 95th annual Liffey Swim were inspired by (...)

Homeless pregnant  woman (24) found unconscious on O’Connell Bridge by  volunteers and rushed to hospital. File. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

A homeless pregnant woman was rushed to hospital after she was found unconscious by volunteers on O’ Connell Bridge in Dublin. Inner City Helping the (...)

Molly Malone is being kept on display because of her draw as a tourist attraction but several other historic features are also in the process of being moved to make way for the Luas line. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Molly Malone’s barrow will once more be wheeled through Dublin’s streets this week but the famous fishmonger won’t be in control as she and her(...)

Claire Lambe (right) is entered in the biggest class in terms of numbers (14) at the World Cup regatta in Sydney next weekend. Photograph: Inpho

For the second consecutive weekend, Dubliners will get a chance to see big boats race down the Liffey. The Dublin Head of the River t(...)