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Maddix and his mother, Nadine Staunton, who is struggling to find a new school for her son. Photograph: James Forde

Aidan Ennis (6), from Cherry Orchard, Dublin, will be almost eight before he finally starts school. He has autism, and his mother, Louise Lawlor, has(...)

The Burning of Cork, St Patrick’s Street, Cork, 1920. Photograph: National Library of Ireland/Flickr Commons

A garden of commemoration to remember the 1,000 or so people killed in the revolutionary period in cork is among the proposals to be considered by Cor(...)

Kale + Coco smoothie bowl: Kale + Coco to open its first permanent site on Grangegorman Road Lower.

Is Stoneybatter the new vegan hub for Dublin? V-face burger: the pop-up vegan burger stall has been lauded by vegans and non-vegans alike. (...)

Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation chairperson  Judge Yvonne Murphy. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation is to seek an extension of one year before publishing its final report, which was due next mont(...)

6 The Richmond, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7

Address: 6 The Richmond, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7 Agent: Mason Estates, Phibsborough On the ground floor, this apartment measures 40sq m (431s(...)

 Bertie Ahern speaks to Parish Priest Fr Liam Ó Cuív at St Brigid’s Church in Killester.  The former taoiseach was among mourners at the funeral of former Secretary to the Department of Finance Sean Cromien. Photograph: The Irish Times

The former Secretary to the Department of Finance Sean Cromien was described at his funeral as a very “ordinary” man from a humble background who rose(...)

Ireland is a top destination for rail companies from all across Europe to set up financial operations for tax planning. Photograph: Vincent Kessler

Ireland remains a top destination for rail companies from all across Europe to set up financial operations for tax planning despite a recent move by t(...)

2 Gandon Close, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W,  is for sale at €225,000. A one-bed rents at €1,400pm while mortgage repayments on a one-bed, after   a 10 per cent deposit, stamp duty and costs, would be just over €800pm

Is it really cheaper to buy a property than to rent one? As rents keep rising in Dublin city – surpassing their Celtic Tiger peak, according to the la(...)

A typed version of a surrender letter from 1916 Rising leader Patrick Pearse has sold for almost €300,000.

A typed version of the 1916 surrender letter of Patrick Pearse made £263,000 (€299,000) at an auction in London, more than twice its upper estimate of(...)

Six cyclists have been killed on Irish roads so far in 2017. Photograph: iStock

A cyclist has been seriously injured after colliding with a recycling truck in Dublin city centre this morning. The incident happened just before 9am(...)

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