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Aer Lingus flights has cancelled 10 flights, five departing from Dublin and five inward flights.

A number of Irish flights have been cancelled by Aer Lingus and Ryanair due to the latest industrial action by French air traffic controllers. Aer L(...)

Etáin O’Moore, principal of Ardscoil Éanna which was founded by James  O’Byrne. One of its most famous past pupils is actor Gabriel Byrne. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A secondary school founded on the principles of Patrick Pearse’s St Enda’s School is to close after 77 years. Ardscoil Éanna in Crumlin was set up (...)

‘On the Lagoon, Venice’ by Pietro Fragiacomo €4,000 - €6,000

Auction Results:   Saturday (May 14th) Whyte’s, The Eclectic Collector Auction, Freemasons’ Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin. Some 80 per cent (...)

Watercolour drawing of Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge (1818) by Samuel Frederick Brocas. Image courtesy of National Library of Ireland

They have been crossing it free of charge for a whole century now, but Dubliners have a long memory. So, although it was first named in honour of th(...)

In the leaked Mossack Fonseca files: golfer Pádraig Harrington, former U2 manager Paul McGuinness, accountant Aidan Phelan, businessman Oisin O’Buachalla, Irish biofuel businessman Bart Bonsall and developer Seán Mulryan

On Monday The Irish Times, in conjunction with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and its international media partners,(...)

Loop Line bridge. Bryan O’Brien.

It is somewhat unfortunate that the first bridge to greet sea-borne visitors to Dublin should also be the city’s ugliest. A grim monument to the grim (...)

Flimflam man: Kevin McGeever shows off his Hummer.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

My guess is that there are a great many people who need to talk to Kevin McGeever – those many people whom the 71-year-old scammed out of money in a l(...)

Rory Guthrie: ‘Never buy a poor work based solely on an artist’s reputation or fame. A bad picture is always going to be a difficult seller in any market no matter who painted it, whereas a piece of quality will always find a buyer’

Rory Guthrie is a director at de Veres Art Auctions on Kildare Street, Dublin, the only Irish auction house to specialise in 20th-century design furn(...)

Dublin, home of Europe’s costliest banking meltdown, remains a hub for the sort of opaque operations that contributed to the global financial crisis, threatening risks that policy makers are seeking to stamp out.

Based in a drab office building in Dublin down the road from a pub frequented by Taoiseach Enda Kenny, VPB Funding Ltd had no employees but one (...)

The front page of The Irish Times on Friday, March 19th, 1965. Photograph: The Irish Times

The 17th Dáil has been dissolved and a general election is on the horizon. The leader of Fine Gael at the time, James Dillon, invites the press to Le(...)

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