During the week of July 20th to July 26th, there were 1,185 children in 556 families in emergency accommodation in Dublin. Photograph: Getty Images

The number of homeless children in Dublin has doubled in a year, the latest figures show. Data just released by the Dublin Region Homeless Executive (...)

Fleetmatics develops and sells fleet-management software that tracks the location of vehicles and gives fleet operators a host of information on fuel use, speed, mileage, delivery times and so on

Fleetmatics, a Dublin-based provider of GPS-based fleet management systems, has reported revenues of $68.6 million for the second quarter, up 24 per c(...)

Mohammad Iftikhar (6) with his father, Dr Norman Iftikhar, at the 14th annual Jalsa Salana Annual Convention staged by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association in Maynooth, Co Kildare. Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

An Irish Imam has told of being verbally abused on the street and having a bottle thrown at his head because of negative perceptions of Islam in Irela(...)

Gardaí are investigating racist attack that has seen a mother and her children forced from their home

Gardaí are investigating a series of racist incidents that have forced a mother and her children out of their home. Two men vandalised the house in Cl(...)

Iceland took back the franchise and bought Aim’s seven stores in late 2013.

The company that previously held the Irish franchise for the Iceland chain of grocery stores will apply to the High Court next Monday for an examiner(...)

Paul Murphy: told the Dáil that a young homeless couple are in “horrific” emergency accommodation conditions. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A young Dublin couple were placed in emergency accommodation where the entrance was blocked with rubbish, mattresses covered in urine and mould growin(...)

 South Dublin County Council  told Mr Justice Paul Gilligan it cannot say when it will be able to house Alan Murphy and his partner Kelly Gilsenan (both above), as there are 8,500 people on its housing list. Photograph: Courts Collins

A homeless couple who camped out at the offices of South Dublin County Council in protest about their accommodation situation have been moved up the l(...)

THE President of the High Court has quashed a local authority’s refusal to provide alternative accommodation to a man who claims he was a victim of ra(...)

The High Court  has heard that a homeless couple have rejected South Dublin County Council’s offer of temporary emergency accommodation in a hostel.  Photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland

A homeless couple have told the High Court that South Dublin County Council’s offer of temporary emergency accommodation is not suitable for their nee(...)

The contract awarded by  South Dublin County Council, which is said to be worth between €75,000 and €100,000, was won by Dublin-based firm Espion.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

South Dublin County Council has been accused of failing to conduct due diligence on the manufacturer of a new management software tool that it plans t(...)