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One silver lining for the homeless during the pandemic has been improved funding and services, though for some it has meant increased isolation and(...)

Kevin  Owens, a student of Technological University Dublin,  cleaning a pair of sneakers at his workshop in Harcourt Street, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

Dublin college student Kevin Owens (20), who started a sneaker cleaning business as a school transition year project, says he has never been busier du(...)

Gardaí objected to bail due to the seriousness of the charges. File photograph: The Irish Times

A man allegedly found with 250,000 photographs of women and children taken in public places without their consent has been granted bail. Paul Boyle ((...)

A bedroom in the Iveagh Garden hotel on Harcourt Street. An Bord Pleanála imposed a condition which will result in 12 of the 52 planned additional bedrooms being omitted.

One of Dublin’s newest hotels – the Iveagh Garden Hotel on Harcourt Street – has secured planning permission for an extension that will increase its b(...)

Former Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey. File photograph: Dara MacDónaill

Former Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey has said that the “swing-gate” controversy “destroyed” her and that she became fearful of doing her weekly shop or br(...)

New garda unit set up to investigate organised crime linked to illegal sex trade File image: Frank Miller

A new garda unit has been established to investigate organised crime linked to the illegal sex trade. The Organised Prostitution Investigation Unit w(...)

Movers and shakers: some of the people to Watch in 2020

The hottest young talent set to make waves in the worlds of politics, fashion, food, sport, activism, art, film and TV, sustainability, entrepreneur(...)

David Owens with his piano on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

One of the greatest pleasures of Christmas shopping in Dublin city centre is the atmospheric sound of buskers. This festive season, however, will be v(...)

Hibernia Reit chief executive Kevin Nowlan predicted that the damage done by measures to constrain the pandemic to commercial property values in Dublin would depend on how long the crisis lasts.

The final damage done to office values in Dublin by Covid-19 restrictions will depend on the length of the crisis, according to Hibernia Real Estate I(...)

The dispute is the second rent disagreement Eason has had with a Galway landlord in recent months. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Books and stationery retailer, Eason, is embroiled in a rental dispute with Pat Doherty’s Harcourt Developments in relation to its unit in Galway Shop(...)

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