Four Courts: Horse breeder Renata Coleman has won an appeal to the court

A horse breeder has won an appeal to the High Court against an order requiring her to remove a timber chalet used to provide facilities for wor(...)

Marie Donnelly: had said in her appeal that she had tried to get an art gallery to take over the Dalkey building

Art collector Marie Donnelly offered to lend 10 paintings from her family’s collection to Dún L aoghaire-Rathdown County Council fo(...)

The proposed new building designed by Shay Cleary Architects

The late David Keane would be quite chuffed that his distinctive “Texaco House” building in Ballsbridge – described by one contemporary critic (...)

Parkway centre: work on the 15-acre site may resume if its owners can secure tenants for its anchor units. photograph: don moloney/press 22

The prospects of finally completing a partially built €50 million shopping centre in Limerick city have been greatly enhanced as discussions co(...)

The Government is to establish a new body to regulate planning, it was announced today. The Department of the Environment said in a state(...)

A motor showroom with extensive parking at Goatstown, Dublin 14, is to be sold as an investment through HT Meagher O’Reilly. The agent i(...)

An artist’s impression of the 660m Narrow Water bridge, which would span the neck of Carlingford Lough and would link Down and Louth just outside Warrenpoint to the north and Omeath to the south. The bridge could also open to allow boats to access the Newry Canal and the Albert Basin in the city. Photograph: Department of the Environment, Northern Ireland.

Planners have given the go-ahead for a controversial €18 million cross-Border infrastructure project backed in the main by EU funding. However,(...)

Tourists pose at the Molly Malone stature at Grafton Street, Dublin, yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin’s most famous street trader could find herself wheeling her wheelbarrow to a new home surrounded by her modern day coun(...)

The perspex-and-steel hoarding was erected around the Browne Doorway in Eyre Square, Galway, “in the interests of public safety and protection” on a temporary basis due to budget constraints. Photograph: Eric Luke

A temporary hoarding will remain around the famous Browne Doorway on Galway’s Eyre Square until the city council can find €40,000 to repair the(...)

 Galway West Fine Gael TD Sean Kyne: has signalled that the planning authorities may make a new application for the outer bypass, citing overriding public interest

A European Court of Justice ruling against a proposed Galway bypass has been described by An Taisce as “a huge leap forward for nature conserva(...)