At the launch of the new River Annalee Angling Guide were (from left): Ted Sweeney, IFI, Peter O’Reilly, trout angling expert, and Joanne Hayes, tourism officer, Cavan County Council

The National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland (NCFFI) has announced the hosting of the world youth angling championships on Inniscarra Lake in Co (...)

Thomas “Slab” Murphy after appearing in court in  2007: Murphy was once described as “a good republican” by Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Prominent republican Thomas “Slab” Murphy has been found guilty of tax evasion by the Special Criminal Court for failing to furnish tax returns for ne(...)

This wonderful photograph from a packed  Ireland versus Austria match  in 1963 is just one of many in   ’Dalymount Park,   Home of Irish Football’ by Colin White.

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Greenman specialises in buying Fachmarktzentrum, German neighbourhood shopping centres that are usually anchored by a food retailer such as Lidl

Greenman Investments, a Dublin-headquartered property investment firm and asset manager, has paid German investors €26.4 million for a retail centre a(...)

Sea angler Colm Plunkett, rescued from the sea thanks to his lifejacket, with his daughter Orlaith.

The RNLI is urging shore anglers to wear lifejackets which could buy them vital time should they end up in the water unexpectedly. In the past four ye(...)

 Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy, who  has pleaded not guilty to tax offences, outside the Special Criminal Court in Dublin. Photogaph: Collins Courts

The trial of Thomas “Slab” Murphy for alleged tax evasion has heard that from June 2004 to December 2005 a man named Thomas Murphy bought cattle worth(...)

 Apple CEO Tim Cook: has come out. Photograph: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

It may have been something of an open secret in Silicon Valley, but the decision of Apple’s chief executive, Tim Cook, to come out recently has bee(...)

A protest sign erected near the site for the proposed new €500 million regional sewage treatment plant to be built at Clonshaugh in north Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The proposed €500 million regional sewage treatment plant which will serve up to 700,000 people in north Co Dublin and surrounding areas is to be buil(...)

A sign erected near the site for the proposed new €500 million regional sewage treatment plant to be built at Clonshaugh, North Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish  Times

Dublin’s principal sewage treatment plant at Poolbeg stank to high heaven after it was upgraded several years ago to reduce pollution in the bay. Inde(...)

Residents in areas earmarked for large, infrastructure projects should receive compensation in the form of community projects, Fingal county councillo(...)