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There is further good news for Belmullet, Co Mayo. Recently hit by a surge of cases, the latest figures show its 14-day incidence rate to be at 285.7. File photograph: Getty

The Blanchardstown and Mulhuddart areas of Dublin have recorded the highest incidence rate of Covid-19 in the latest official data. According to the (...)

Noting that there was “very significant speed indeed” on the night, Mr Justice George Birmingham set four years’ imprisonment as a headline sentence, which after mitigation was cut to two-and-a-half years in jail with the final year suspended for two years.

A garda who received a suspended sentence for causing the death of a mother-of-three by dangerous driving is to be jailed after a successful appeal b(...)

Paul McDermott, a GP who died with Covid-19. Photograph courtesy of the family

Tributes have been paid to a long-serving GP from Rathfarnham in south Dublin following his death with Covid-19 earlier this month. Paul McDermott (5(...)

Two large surveying vessels, including the Celtic Explorer, bring scientists out to survey waters beyond 30 nautical miles off the Irish coastline. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

“If we don’t have the data, we can’t make sustainable management decisions,” says Thomas Fury from the Marine Institute. This is possibly the simplest(...)

 Walkers and their dogs on Sandymount Stand in late September. Sunshine totals were above average for the month. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Rainfall totals were below average in nearly all of the country’s weather stations last month, according to Met Éireann’s weather summary for Septembe(...)

Storm Brendan: A man is caught by a high wave at Coliemore Harbour Dalkey, Co Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Some homes will be without power overnight as the ESB continues to restore power in the aftermath of Storm Brendan. Met Éireann says  a risk rem(...)

Historian and former government minister Martin Mansergh will unveil a new message board at the Soloheadbeg monument. Photograph: The Irish Times

In 2005 Vincent McGrath made international headlines when he was jailed along with four others over the Shell to See controversy. Together they becam(...)

The Coast Guard came  to the assistance of a walker during high winds and swells on Dublin’s great south wall as the tail end of Storm Diana crossed the East Coast   on  November 27th. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Temperatures were above average in most places last month, according to Met Éireann’s latest weather reports. Average temperatures for November rang(...)

An image from a rare shark nursery filmed 200 nautical miles west of Ireland by Irish and British scientists in one of six offshore special areas of conservation.

A rare shark nursery has been identified by a team of scientists in one of the State’s marine protected areas some 200 nautical miles off the west coa(...)

Images of Dan Breen from a police notice offering a £1,000 reward for the capture of the Soloheadbeg ambush organiser, “wanted for murder in Ireland” and described as having a “sulky bulldog appearance”.

There has been something of a lull in the decade of centenaries since 2016 but that tranquillity is likely to be disturbed in coming months. Novembe(...)

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