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The leafy New Cabra Road, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Cabra is a well-established neighbourhood. In the 1940s, Dublin Corporation created hundreds of homes in the area between th(...)

Go Ahead  commenced operations in September 2018.

The National Transport Authority (NTA) is to fine private bus operator Go-Ahead more than €70k for failures to deliver services reliably and on time, (...)

The delays were  due to   vandalism of signalling equipment between Newbridge and Kildare overnight. File photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Thieves caused €4,000 worth of damage and disrupted the travel plans of thousands of commuters in an attempt to steal copper wire. An Irish Rail emp(...)

I am always fascinated by the resilience of humans. Corinna Luyken writes in the children’s picture-book, My heart: There are days it’s a fence betw(...)

For the fifth year in a row the Irish Credit Union has taken  the top spot for customer experience, followed by Laya Healthcare and Phonewatch. Photograph: iStock

Bus company CityLink and insurer Allianz were among the biggest losers as they took a hit to their “customer experience” score in a survey of Irish br(...)

 Burrow Beach, Sutton, Dublin, with a view of Ireland’s Eye. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Along with Clontarf and Howth, Sutton ranks as one of the pricier neighbourhoods on Dublin’s northside, but there’s definite(...)

Devinish Road in Kimmage. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

What’s so good about Kimmage? Split between Dublin 6W and Dublin 12, Kimmage boasts an intriguing history. In the 1950s, the area had its own cinema,(...)

Royal Dutch Shell’s first UK  hydrogen refuelling station. Hydrogen’s big advantage, as a fuel, is that it’s quick and easy to use by a driver. File photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Plans for the introduction of a hydrogen fuelling infrastructure for Ireland are accelerating, and a group representing those interested in using hydr(...)

Richmond Barracks, Inchicore. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? With not one but two fantastic green spaces nearby – the Phoenix Park and the much underrated Irish National War Memorial Ga(...)

‘I get great value out of it,’ says Nell O’Neill (right) and Anne Carroll. Photograph: Jennifer O’Connell

Just shy of 50 million journeys were taken under Ireland’s free travel scheme in 2018, a 30 per cent increase in eight years. The scheme, which allows(...)

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