Margaret Fagan (93), who spent 20 hours on a trolley in St James’s Hospital. Photograph: Rita Fagan

The daughter of a 93-year-old woman has complained of her “outrage” after her mother spent 20 hours on a hospital trolley following a nine-hour wait f(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe and Anne Graham, chief executive of the National Transport Authority, at the launch of a new Leap Card application for Android phones. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Leap Card users are now able to top up their accounts by using a new app on their phones, but only on Android devices. The app allows users to check (...)

Just 12 decisions on proposed wind turbine constructions were made in 2015 in Ireland, compared with 19 the previous year and 29 in 2013

Long delays in processing planning applications for wind turbines are causing concern in the renewable-energy sector as it emerged that dozens of case(...)

Euro 2016: Whereas Martin O’Neill’s team had to rely on a playoff victory to book their Euro 2016 berth, Northern Ireland sailed through their qualification group. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

It appears likely that city halls in Dublin and Belfast will hold receptions for the Irish teams that qualified for Euro 2016 after an SDLP motion pas(...)

Airbnb  was  unsuccessful in attempts to persuade the Government to categorise Airbnb hosts in the rent-a-room scheme, which sets a tax-free threshold of €12,000 for long-term rental earnings, but a new option could become available in future. File photograph: Yuya Shino/Reuters

Airbnb has said it is in discussions with the Government about potentially creating a new tax-free threshold which would see hosts keep more of their (...)

Getbulb founder Oliver Mooney. Photograph: Alan Betson

Students and professionals have been invited to a data journalism weekend next month, where teams of students, journalists, graphic designers and web (...)

Tanit Koch: defending her newspaper’s treatment of her former home, Ms Koch indicated Bild had adopted a far more sympathetic attitude towards Ireland than was the case with Greece.

The Irish-educated incoming editor of Europe’s largest newspaper has spoken of how she was whisked away from last week’s Web Summit in Dublin for th(...)

Austrian students Marie Sramek and Tanja Rosenecker were scammed out of a €550 deposit for accommodation. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When Austrian students Marie Sramek and Tanya Rosenecker arrived in Ireland at the end of August, they were looking forward to a productive two months(...)

Clockwise from top left: Paul O’Neill, Deirdre Veldon, Mark Hennessy and Paddy Logue.

A series of new editorial appointments have been made at The Irish Times. Editor Kevin O’Sullivan said the appointments would serve to further develo(...)

Luas Cross City work has allegedly caused flood damage to some Georgian-era cellars. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin city centre business owners may be entitled to thousands of euro in compensation after Luas Cross City work allegedly caused extensive flood (...)