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The main square in Chapelizod. The area feels more like Co Dublin than the city. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Chapelizod has the very unusual distinction of being a Dublin village that is located on both the north and south sides of the river Liffey. Located 7(...)

Australia’s Mile Jedinak and Trent Sainsbury celebrate after beating Honduras in their 2018 World Cup qualification play-off football match at Stadium Australia in Sydney. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia 3 Honduras 1 (Australia win 3-1 on aggregate) Captain Mile Jedinak scored a hat-trick as Australia booked their place at the World Cup wit(...)

“We are going to be faced with the night-time economy again, as we were in 2008-2009.” Above, Temple Bar. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

There has been a rise in alcohol-fuelled offending in Dublin as the city’s night-time economy returns to Celtic Tiger levels, the Garda officer in cha(...)

In action for the Republic of Ireland in 2008; Liam Miller. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Former Ireland, Celtic and Manchester United midfielder Liam Miller is battling cancer, according to his friends and ex-teammates on social media. Mi(...)

Bettystown, Co Meath, was once prominent as a holiday destination, due to its magnificent beach and dunes. Photograph: Alan Betson

Meath’s coastline is a short one, with a 3km beach running from the south at Laytown, through Bettystown, to Mornington, which makes up 40 per cent of(...)

Danish pop-up store at Arnotts

Denmark in Dublin To give your home a touch of hygge heaven this winter, pop in to the Danish pop-up store at Arnotts in Henry Street, Dublin where a(...)

All our major churches are ageing and in decline.

The churches run 96 per cent of our primary schools and approximately 50 per cent at secondary level, yet the fastest growing cohort in the Irish popu(...)

 Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: “The beauty is this is a group that likes each other. They communicate, they work hard.” Photograph:   Stephen Davison

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers claims there is no way his players will take their foot off the gas on their record-breaking run – because they are “al(...)

“Oh, to be a fly on the deluxe interior on the day when Sir Clive Woodward, stuck in one of those eternal traffic jams outside MacHale Park, would have rolled down the window of the Rolls-Royce to have a local steward advising him that it was ‘bananas’ on the Lawn Road.” Photograph: Dean Treml/Getty Images

Oh, they’ve done it now, those elitists of World Rugby, pouring cold water and even colder technical criticism on Ireland’s big dreams of hosting the (...)

Dole queue outside Bishop Street in Dublin back in 2010. Unemployment has dropped from 15.2 per cent in January 2012 to just 6 per cent last month, its lowest rate in nine years. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Another month, another fall in the State’s headline rate of unemployment. The almost unbroken sequence of employment growth since 2012 represents one (...)

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