The art project by Cliona Harmey displays the names of the most recent ships to arrive into and leave from Dublin Port

Irish trains are named for rivers, while the planes in the Aer Lingus fleet carry the names of saints. This creates the lovely idea of locomotives (...)

Ships in Dublin Port being loaded with goods for export. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Dublin Port is predicting a record year for trade on the back of a sharp rise in throughput levels and ferry passenger numbers.New figures show that t(...)

The 17-deck, 3,000-passenger Grand Princess,  escorted by Dublin Port Company tugboats, arrives at the mouth of the Liffey.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin Port Company has begun seeking a partner for the promotion of expanded cruise liner operations in the capital, aimed at increasing current v(...)

Redevelopment of the Alexander Basin would give the port the capacity to accommodate the largest freight vessels.

Plans for the €200 million expansion of Dublin Port, the largest engineering project undertaken in the port in 200 year(...)

Bull Island: Dublin Port Company proposes to transfer 10.5 hectares of land on the western side of the island beside the North Bull Wall adjacent to the Royal Dublin Golf Club to Dublin City Council. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin Port Company has said it will hand over the land it owns on Bull Island to Dublin City Council if it is granted planning permission for new por(...)

 CEO of Dublin Port Company Eamonn O’Reilly  looks over towards ‘Le Boreal’ cruise liner, the first to berth at the East Link bridge as part of the 2013 cruise liner season in Dublin today. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Cruise ships visiting Dublin are to be brought further up the Liffey than ever before in a new plan to develop deep water berths. Part of the r(...)