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Storm Brendan throwing up  waves on   Strangford Lough in Co Down. Photograph:  Alan Lewis- Photopress

Households, businesses and councils were on Monday night counting the cost of Storm Brendan as some homes were left without power overnight. The ESB (...)

Irish Ferries carried 370,700 cars in the first ten months, an increase of 1.6 per cent on the same period a year earlier

Revenue at Irish Continental Group rose by 8.2 per cent to €308.8 million in the first 10 months of the year. In a trading update, the group said hig(...)

Wall Street’s main indexes hit fresh record highs, as the trade optimism and solid earnings from semiconductor industry bellwether Applied Materials boosted risk appetite

European shares clocked a sixth-straight week of gains on Friday following record highs on Wall Street after bullish comments from a White House offic(...)

I suspect no door or beginning will match the one we and the kids opened that day in August 2000, as we stepped onto the terrace of our house in Herault

We are about to vacate our little holiday home in Puissalicon in the Languedoc, the one my wife and I and the kids and extended family and friends fel(...)

A still from a video of the whale in Dublin Bay posted on social media on Wednesday. Photograph: Stella Maris Rowing Club/Facebook.

A whale that had been spotted swimming in Dublin Bay this week has died. Passengers and crew on the Irish Ferries vessel Ulysses spotted the corpse (...)

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Ccouncil needs to undertake about €10 million in ‘immediate works’ with priority to be given to ‘works which impact on health and safety’, particularly €1.6 million needed to fix the East Pier damaged during storm Emma last year. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

No Government funding has been provided to Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to cover almost €40 million in debts from the town’s defunct harbour (...)

Aidan Flynn, general manager at the FTA Ireland has suggested that ferry arrivals could be staggered to avoid traffic build-ups.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The haulage industry has urged the Government to create a parking area near Dublin Airport where lorries could be stacked if there is Brexit-related t(...)

Building materials giant CRH, which has extensive US interests, was up 1.5% to €31.01.

Global stock markets advanced on Wednesday on signs of a lessening in US-China trade tensions and the prospects of a fresh stimulus package from the E(...)

The Irish Ferries vessel Ulysses leaves Dublin port .Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Revenue at Irish Continental Group rose 6 per cent in the first six months of its financial year, but the ferry group took a hit as scheduling changes(...)

By Tuesday afternoon, equity indexes on Wall Street had given up earlier gains amid uncertainty over the prospects for a US-China trade deal.

European shares rose comfortably on Tuesday, led by Italian stocks on hopes of an arrangement to form a new coalition government in Rome, while Beijin(...)

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