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Lidl at Fortunestown Lane, Tallaght: The roof is a tangled jumble of wooden slats and poles. The Lidl sign is hanging at an angle and the perimeter fence around it is boarded up.

As a matter of principle, Scoil Aoife Community National School opened its doors on Monday morning though it could have been excused for staying shut.(...)

 Irish Rail said that non-cooperation by existing staff with the training of new drivers was preventing the introduction of a planned ten-minute frequency DART service and the expansion of other services.  File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Train drivers have overwhelmingly rejected a proposed new 1.15 per cent pay rise for past productivity which would also have required them to take par(...)

The Square Tallaght, where a majority stake  is   for sale. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, and a fund belonging to US private equity giant Oaktree are among three shortlisted bidders in the race (...)

DIY retailer B&Q urged Leo Varadkar to cut job seekers’ benefit before he was elevated to taoiseach, so that it could find it easier to hire summer staff, the Sunday Business Post claims.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Sports Direct, the UK sports retailer founded by Mike Ashley, has approached Dunne Stores, led by Margaret Heffernan, with a view to buying up to seve(...)

Walter Pfeiffer, who was born and grew up in Gerolstein, Germany,  had a deep and almost life-long love affair with Ireland

Walter Pfeiffer, who has died aged 73, was a photographer whose standards of excellence and attention to detail was applied with equal diligence to a (...)

Michael Lowry (centre) with Mar Kare Gustad of Telenor Mobile, Noway, and Denis O’Brien (right), in 1995.  O’Brien plans to float Digicel in New York. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dramatic disclosures about a possible payment to former communications minister Michael Lowry created a secret crisis in the run-up to Denis O’Brie(...)

Labour TD Arthur Spring criticised the attitude of State agencies to the employment conditions of some workers.

Labour TD Arthur Spring criticised the attitude of State agencies to the employment conditions of some workers. He had heard the heads of agencies ref(...)

Dunnes Stores workers Audrey Quinn and Pauline Gray  picketing outside Dunnes Stores on Henry Street, Dublin on April 2nd. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Industrial action at Dunnes Stores by members of the Mandate trade union is expected to escalate in the weeks ahead.A union spokesman said a meeting o(...)

Retailer Dunnes Stores has said it has a constitutional right not to engage directly with trade unions. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Retailer Dunnes Stores has said it has a constitutional right not to engage directly with trade unions. It has accused the trade union Mandate of seek(...)

A crowd cheers Nelson Mandela in 2000 as he prepares to be conferred with an honorary degree at Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Nelson Mandela Exhibition, at the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, should be put on show in Ireland, said Christopher Till, director of the museu(...)

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