The survey also found the public’s trust in An Garda Síochána remains high at 91 per cent Photograph: Getty

More than a third of people said community relations with An Garda Síochána are poor and close to half said gardaí not dealing with things that matter(...)

People queue at 6.30am for the opening of   Krispy Kreme in Blanchardstown. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall

Signs of madness in the crowd – when the twin forces of greed and folly fuse – can be used by economists to predict a crash. More than 400 years ago,(...)

Close up of man with his head in his hands on black.

Over half of Irish people reported a decline in their mental health as a result of the economic crash 10 years ago, a new survey suggests. Out of tho(...)

Preparations under way at the papal cross in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, for the visit of Pope Francis as part of the World Meeting of Families. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Unlike Pope John Paul II in 1979 who, with his training as an actor, took to the Irish stage with alacrity, Pope Francis will be chewing on his lip as(...)

Three business director Eoin MacManus

Mobile operator Three’s latest Connected Ireland Report reveals a growing desire to use mobile phones for activities like voting, accessing public ser(...)

Eoin MacManus, Three Ireland business director: “It is often suggested that we have become slaves to our smartphones, but when we asked people how they felt about their phones, the findings strongly contradict that assumption.”

Three is at the forefront of Ireland’s digital evolution. We carry more mobile data on our network than all other operators combined – simply put, dat(...)

Three Ireland chief executive Robert Finnegan.  Three reported a 51 per cent increase in data traffic since this time last year. Photograph: David Sleator

Three’s mobile customers are now using 220 per cent more data when travelling in the European Union since the passing of roaming regulations a year ag(...)

Less than half of those surveyed (46 per cent) believe An Garda Síochána  is well managed.

The number of people who fall victim to crime has continued to decrease but the majority of the public do not believe An Garda Síochána represents a w(...)

Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency among 25-34 year old millennials, at 44 per cent. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

New research obtained by The Irish Times suggests about 120,000 people in Ireland own a cryptocurrency, a 300 per cent increase in the last four years(...)

It’s not the done thing, evidently, to openly admit to liking the royals, or wanting to celebrate the royal wedding. Yet cometh the hour, it’s safe to assume that most Irish people will be throwing a glance, even a furtive one, towards the nuptials.

In the era of laptops, smartphones and Netflix, it was assumed that the end was nigh for the communal living-room screen. Instead, “event” TV was born(...)

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