The last trace of Trevor Deely, who was aged 22 when he vanished, was a phone call from Dublin city centre to a friend after 4am on  December 8th, 2000

The family of Trevor Deely, the man who vanished without trace 15 years ago, has said it will never give up hope of a breakthrough in the case. The l(...)

48-49 Lower Leeson Street: high quality fit-out includes a new central heating system, kitchen, bathrooms, fire-rated doors, windows and carpeting

Two adjoining Georgian houses at 48-49 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2, which have been refurbished and converted into residential use, are to be offere(...)

4 and 5 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2: guide price of €102.2 million for number 4 and €113.8 million for number 5.

In one of the highlights of the office investment market this year, property advisers CBRE and JLL are to offer for sale five Dublin office blocks in(...)

Agents Quinn Agnew are currently marketing a substantial Georgian house and two interconnecting mews buildings at 32 Lower Leeson Street, Dubli(...)

Former taoiseach Seán Lemass: first received annual military pension of £99.16 in May 1943 while a minister in the wartime government of Éamon de Valera. Photograph: Eddie Kelly

Charles Haughey was paid the outstanding money from the military pension of Seán Lemass’s widow Kathleen after she died. Mrs Lemass received a pension(...)

23 Earlsfort Terrace is on offer for €610,000

Two more large period office buildings in Dublin’s south inner city are going for sale at substantial discounts. GVA Donal O Buachalla is quoting €610(...)

A man reads an Italian newspaper showing the newly elected Pope Francis on its front page. Photograph: Alessandro Garofalo/Reuters

says Fr John Looby, a Jesuit priest for 62 years. The world had had its first Jesuit pope for a mere half hour. Members of the 15-strong(...)