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Burnley’s English striker Ashley Barnes trips up a pitch invader during the Premier League clash between West Ham United and Burnley at The London Stadium. Photo: Ben Stansall/Getty Images

“The people doing it in front of where you are sitting are the ones that really hurt because you can see the hatred in their eyes. You could almost ex(...)

Music shop Waltons closed down this week after more than 20 years on South Great George’s Street in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

“Can’t believe they’re closing.” “So upsetting.” An “absolute pox”. Many expressed sorrow this week at the news that Waltons music store was departing(...)

People hold protest signs while participating in the Power to the Polls rally in Atlanta, Georgia. Photograph: Erik S Lesser/EPA

A year after millions of women and men demonstrated in cities around the globe in an extraordinary rebuke of Donald Trump, crowds returned to the stre(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: A recent study of our corporation tax code by economist Séamus Coffey has assured the Department of Finance that the current upswing could be relied upon until at least 2020.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Since 2015, there has been a “level shift” in corporate tax receipts flowing to the exchequer, with most of the increased revenue coming from a just h(...)

Dominic O’Connor bought the dog on the Gumtree website from someone “misled” into expecting that the animal would be well-nurtured and looked after, the judge said. File photograph: iStock

A “psychopath” former mental health nurse who killed, butchered and cooked a dog has been jailed for two years. Dominic O’Connor (28) used a lead to (...)

  Part of Bus Éireann’s problem is that it faces competition from rivals with lower labour costs in key businesses such as its Expressway service. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bus Éireann’s accounts are going the long way around saying it, but taxpayers will be the backstop if the troubled State-owned public transport compan(...)

The Cabinet has formally agreed to refund water charges to householders by the end of the year

What’s happening to Irish Water now? The whole sorry mess is nearly done with. The Cabinet has formally agreed to refund water charges to householder(...)

Given the gap between the sides in the North-South pylon proposal, the planning process was always going to be difficult

This week’s High Court ruling on the proposed €280 million high-capacity power line connecting the Republic’s and North’s electricity grids is another(...)

Members of  North East Pylon Pressure Campaign  opposing the Eirgrid North-South Interconnector development at Kilmainhamwood, near Nobber, Co Meath, in 2008. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The High Court is set to rule on Tuesday on a challenge to a €280 million high-capacity power line connecting the Republic and the North. Last month (...)

Applicants who make it to the short list will be sent on a 10-day trip around the world in October

If you always wanted a dream job that involves travelling around the world, how about a job interview that will bring you on 10-day global trot? Gran(...)

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