Rents in Spencer Dock were higher than anywhere elsewhere on the Luas line and even eclipsed rents in the suburbs of Sandymount and Dalkey

Dublin’s Spencer Dock is the most expensive place to rent on either the Luas or the Dart line, according to a new price survey. Average rent in the a(...)

The stretch of Dublin along the Dart line from Lansdowne Rd station to Killiney are where average asking prices are highest. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The most expensive homes in Dublin are all to be found along a small stretch of the Dart line as it hugs the coastline heading towards Greys(...)

Crash at Serpentine crossing level barriers in south Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/Irish Times

There are “significant” delays to rush-hour Dart services following a traffic incident in south Dublin this morning. Iarnród Éireann said the delays w(...)

Brian O’Driscoll in UCD in 1998. He shifted between outhalf and centre when playing for the college.Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

In 1996 Lee Smith walked onto the UCD campus while out for a stroll, a gentle orientation process in a new environment, and on a whim, enquired(...)

Dungannon’s Paul Magee and UL’s Rory White during the Division 1B clash. UL-Bohs won 29-13.  Photo: Russell Pritchard/Inpho/Presseye

Right-wing Michael McGrath crossed for a hat-trick of tries to help Clontarf secure a bonus-point 46-28 victory over Young Munster and maintain their (...)

Old Belvedere’s Josh Eden and Kieran O’Gorman tackle  Graham Lawlor of Cork Constitution at Anglesea Road. Photo: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

OLD BELVEDERE and Cork Constitution played out a 3-3 draw in horrendous conditions in Saturday’s Ulster Bank League Division One A game at Anglesea R(...)

Dublin City Council, which Owen Keegan was this week appointed to head, is hugely overmanned, with 5,700 staff for a population of 577,000 in the city. Photograph: Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council

Twenty years ago when Owen Keegan was appointed as assistant city manager in charge of housing with Dublin Corporation (as it then was), you could alm(...)