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Business groups say isolation rules for close contacts should be changed. File photograph: Andre Malerba/Bloomberg

Businesses are seeking a change in the rules dealing with people who are close contacts of Covid-19 cases as an expected surge in case numbers in comi(...)

Community First Responders Ireland  network alerted the public to the worrying and anti-social trend. File photograph: Getty

Recent vandalism against public defibrillators has led to calls for “strict penalties”, including imprisonment, for anyone involved in such attacks. (...)

Electricity created by wind can be used to split water by electrolysis into its component parts of hydrogen and oxygen

Every evening the 105x bus leaves UCD heading for Fairyhouse in Co Meath. On first impression, there is an absence of a guttural diesel roar as it dep(...)

Taoiseach Micheál Martin is to outline his plans for major green all-island projects including new cross-Border greenway routes. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Taoiseach Micheál Martin will on Thursday outline his plans for major green all-island projects including new cross-Border greenway routes and an all-(...)

 ESB crew removing and replacing a damaged single phase transformer near Fassaroe, Co Wicklow.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Winds eased across Ireland on Wednesday as Storm Barra moved into the North Sea although 13,000 households and businesses remained without power on We(...)

People out during Storm Barra on the East Pier in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Schools, creches and third-level institutions in counties currently or scheduled to be under red and orange weather warnings due to Storm Barra have b(...)

Storm Barra  whips up the sea on New Brighton promenade in the UK, as Ireland prepares for its arrival. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty

Flood defences were being erected by a number of local authorities on Monday evening as the country braced itself for the onset of Storm Barra. In L(...)

Fine Gael TD Alan Farrell has repeated a call for a dedicated unit within the Garda to tackle rising incidents of anti-social behaviour and vandalism on buses, trains, Darts and Luas. File photograph

Vandals have caused more than €500,000 worth of damage to over 200 Dart carriages since the start of the year, prompting Irish Rail and the Garda to s(...)

The Department of Transport said the number of people using public transport will likely reduce in the coming days as more people work from home. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Public transport will remain at 100 per cent capacity, despite the government’s new advice to work from home unless absolutely necessary. This is goo(...)

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar's ‘strong view’ is that bonus payments or extra leave should not be limited to frontline workers in the health service. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

There is growing alarm within the Government that the cost of extra pay or leave for public sector workers as a reward for their service during the pa(...)

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