A total of 58 cars and almost 30 trucks were badly damaged when a trailer “broke loose” in the Epsilon’s cargo hold during the heavy weather

Irish Ferries has confirmed that several passengers required hospital treatment for injury incurred aboard one of its ships while sheltering off the B(...)

An array of illegal branded cigarettes and tobacco seized in the State in the past week. Photograph: Revenue

A total of more than 9.5 million cigarettes have been seized as part of intelligence-led operations in the State in the last week. Revenue officers (...)

Councillors will get a final vote on whether to include the ban on super-sized cruise ships when the development plan is adopted, expected to be in February. Photograph: The Irish Times

A move by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown councillors to limit the size of cruise ships allowed to berth in Dún Laoghaire harbour – effectively banning “supers(...)

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission ordered Topaz to sell Esso’s 50 per cent stake in a fuel terminal in Dublin Port as a condition of being allowed to buy Esso. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Texaco owner Valero Ireland and Applegreen are understood to be in the running to buy the wholesale business that service station operator Topaz must (...)

Unit 36 at Fonthill is fully let to An Post at a rent of €195,000 per annum

Green Property is seeking €3.4 million for a modern warehouse and distribution facility it developed in the late 1990s and subsequently let to An Post(...)

The European Investment Bank provides loans to EU countries to invest in infrastructural projects, providing long-term financing at low interest rates.

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed a €200 million investment for Ireland to help tackle flood prevention measures. The funding, which wil(...)

There was balanced growth between imports and exports, Dublin Port said, with imports up 6.5 per cent at 19.5 million gross tonnes, on the back of strengthening of domestic demand. Exports were ahead by 6.4 per cent at 13.3 million gross tonnes.  (Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg)

Dublin Port experienced a “record” year in 2015, with cargo volumes up by 6.4 per cent putting the port ahead of its previous peak in 2007. Eamonn O(...)

Howth Head in Dublin. Dublin Port is seeking EPA approval to dispose of ‘seabed material’ as part of its plans to deepen a navigational channel. Photograph: Thinkstock

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has asked Dublin Port to submit further information on its application to dump almost 10 million tonnes of s(...)

The drugs were seized at Dublin Port as part of an intelligence-led joint operation between officers of the Revenue Commissioners Customs Service and the Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau of An Garda Siochana. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Gardaí have seized cocaine with an estimated street value of €770,000 as part of an ongoing investigation targeting the sale and distribution of illeg(...)

Customs at work going through a routine check of parcels at the Portlaoise parcels depot. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

It was an innocuous enough online advertisement. A top brand pair of trainers, size eight, never worn and still in their packaging. The cost was a thi(...)