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The court heard that the chief concern of the protesters was the fall in the price of Irish beef due to market forces related to Brexit and an increased supply of beef in Europe.

The owners of up to a dozen meat plants have on Tuesday been granted temporary High Court injunctions restraining groups of protesters from blockading(...)

Farmers say for every €10 of beef bought off the shelves, the farmer gets €2, the processor gets €2.90 and the supermarket gets €5.10. Photograph: Todd Korol/Reuters

For Hugh Doyle, farmer protests that have been crippling meat factories around the country are nothing less than a last-gasp fight for the very surviv(...)

Michael and Danny Healy-Rae outside the Dáil. Three more members  have now joined the family’s political machine. Photograph: Getty Images

Shortly after 2pm on Sunday outside the count centre in Killarney, Co Kerry, the Healy-Rae wagons lined up for what is now the family’s traditional vi(...)

Dr Gareth Linehan from Michelstown,  and his daughter Grace (2) at the NAGP protest. Photograph: Laura Hutton

The National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP) has said there is a “crisis” in general practice and unless cuts are reversed “we are looking(...)

The prosecution argued Graham Dwyer had stabbed the 36-year-old to death for his own sexual gratification. File photograph: Collins Courts

Graham Dwyer was found guilty of murdering childcare worker Elaine O’Hara in March 2015, following a nine-week trial. Dwyer an architect from Ke(...)

The trial of a man charged with the murder of a father of one whose body was recovered from a river in Co Cork has collapsed.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

The trial of a man charged with the murder of a father of one whose body was recovered from a river in Co Cork has collapsed after the jury was discha(...)

A jury will hear a man accused of murder was heard laughing with his girlfriend after the victim’s body was thrown into a river, a court was told. Ci(...)

Duff & Phelps sought permission for a gym, cafe and other facilities alongside the apartments at the planned Sandyford development.

Insolvency and restructuring specialist Duff & Phelps has got permission to build almost 460 apartments on a site once controlled by bubble-era de(...)

Lot 266, an autograph manuscript, signed by Francis Ledwidge of his poem Lament for Thomas MacDonagh (‘He shall not hear the bittern cry’) fetched £16,250 at Bonhams.

Auction results Wednesday (March 21st), Victor Mee Auctions, Cloverhill, Belturbet, Co Cavan: Auction of advertising and pub items included three la(...)

John Fleming,  now a director of  London contractor, Tide Construction. Photograph: Collins Courts

A British builder linked to former developer John Fleming expects profits to grow this year after earning a surplus of more than £1 million (€1.14 mil(...)

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