What will Dublin be like in the year 2050? The answer will depend on the decisions that we make from today onwards.

Almost half of Dubliners are in favour of skyscrapers in the city by 2050, according to a new survey. The findings were released on Thursday as part (...)

The Ryanair customer service desk at Dublin Airport during the crisis over pilot shortages, which should see the airline fall further down the rankings. Photograph: PA

Ryanair has tumbled out of the top 100 brands in a survey examining customer experience following controversy in relation to its seat allocation polic(...)

“Optimism remains,” says IAPI chief executive Tania Banotti. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

Ireland’s “adland” has turned more cautious than before, but remains optimistic overall, the latest industry census by the Institute of Advertising Pr(...)

Almost nine out of 10 (88 per cent) of respondents agreed that members of An Garda Síochána were friendly or helpful. Photograph: Alan Betson

Just over half of people believe An Garda Síochána is effective at tackling crime and 38 per cent believe it provides a world-class police service, a (...)

Just 50 per cent of people believe An Garda Síochána is effective in tackling crime, the force’s Public Attitudes Survey 2016 has found. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Just 50 per cent of people believe An Garda Síochána is effective in tackling crime, while almost six out of 10 people believe the force’s presence in(...)

According to the research, 42 per cent of Irish people have attended a community event in their local pub in the past year - 40 per cent attending a fundraiser, 44 per cent attending a local social group meeting and almost one in three (29 per cent) attending a charity event.

Almost one third of Irish people have met their significant other at a pub, hotel or nightclub, a survey has found. The research, conducted by Amára(...)

Fine Gael’s Leo Varadkar: has warned there might be “significant merit” in seizing the Catholic Church’s hospital and school property, but warned that the practical barriers were overwhelming. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

To Claire Byrne Live for a discussion on the Catholic Church’s place in Irish society. Colm O’Gorman, executive director of Amnesty, and David Quinn, (...)

Dáire Ó Faogáin from Co Meath, Emma Ní Cheallacháin from Sligo, Síne Nic an Ailí of Conradh na Gaeilge and Ashley Farrell from Co Dublin at the Mythbuster launch in Dublin. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The Irish language is dead, Gaelscoileanna are elitist and Ireland would be socially conservative if we spoke Irish. These are some of the assumption(...)

 Participants of the focus group: Ali Ayden (22), Ciara Walsh (26), TJ Butler (23), Tess Brady (27) and Shane Byrne (28). Photograph: Eric Luke

This article is part of a series in which a group of Irish twentysomethings discussed issues affecting their lives. Click here to read how they feel (...)

Some 69 per cent of decision makers surveyed were unfamiliar with the Privacy Shield data transfer framework which was agreed between the EU and the US earlier this year

Chief financial officers (CFOs) in Ireland are increasingly signing-off on major IT projects despite knowing little about data legislation that could (...)