Some 300 rugby players joined D Company of the 7th Battalion of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Photograph: Paddy Whelan 2:34

An exhibition to remember 39 players from Lansdowne rugby club who did not return from fighting in the the first World War will open this evening. The(...)

Richard Mockler:  disqualified as a director  for five years.

Just nine directors in Ireland were disqualified last year. On Thursday Richard Mockler and his wife and fellow director Janette joined this year’s el(...)

Richard Mockler: said a Criminal Assets Bureau raid dealt “fatal blows” to firm

Richard Mockler, a Bentley and Porsche car dealer in west Dublin, has been disqualified as a company director for five years and been ordered by the H(...)

Footage of John F Kennedy’s assassination in 1963 would become the most famous home-movie in history. Photograph: AP Photo

In November 1963, Abraham Zapruder, a Dallas clothing manufacturer, took his top-of-the-line Bell & Howell Zoomatic camera to the Dealey Plaza and(...)

This lovely Victorian villa dating from 1860 has been home to visual arts educator Una Kelly and production manager John Kennedy for 21 years. (...)

Danny McCoy, chief executive of the Irish Business and Employers’ Confederation, said the Republic is in a parallel position to the one it found itself in 1992, several years before the economy began growing sharply. Photograph: Alan Betson

The head of the Republic’s biggest business lobby group wants Government, trade unions and employers to agree on tax cuts, limited payrises and(...)

The hotseat at the  Vodafone Leopardstown base appears to be more of a springboard to better things.

There is sure to be plenty of people in Ireland sending congratulatory text messages to Jeroen Hoencamp this weekend, after he was named as the new ch(...)

Neil Hughes, of Hughes Blake financial consultants, negotiated a deal with creditors at Trifik Industrial Services Ltd, which had been threatened with closure.

At least 13 jobs associated with Co Kildare-based Trifik Industrial Services Ltd have been saved, the High Court was told yesterday.Mr Justice Gerard (...)

An aerial view of the Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare, during an Aer Arann sightseeing flight. Photograph: Andrew Downes

The last time I was on a sightseeing flight, it was in Peru, and my eyes were closed in expensive terror most of the time. I am privately hoping this (...)

Helen Thomas at the White House in Washington in 1997. Thomas, who overcame gender barriers with bottomless curiosity and an unquenchable drive to become one of the best-known White House reporters of her time before her career ended ignominiously over her remarks about Jews, died today. Photograph: Paul Hosefros/The New York Times

Former White House correspondent Helen Thomas, a trailblazing journalist who reported on every US president from John Kennedy to Barack Obama, died to(...)