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An Irish soccer fan has been awarded €24,200 arising from his summary dismissal by Irish Rail due to his jailing for assault during the Euros in Franc(...)

 Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Dart services have resumed between Greystones and Dalkey after an earlier “train failure” at Killiney, Irish Rail has said. Delays of up to 15 minut(...)

The roof at Dublin’s Pearse station dates from the 1880’s. A Dart train arrives at the station in November, 2008 Photograph: iStock

Irish Rail users have been advised of some changes to services this weekend as a result of upgrade works to the roof of Dublin’s Pearse Street station(...)

Sean Mooney and his wife JoAnne in Mumbai.
Welcome to my place . . . Mumbai
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Sean Mooney grew up near the village of Monamolin in Wexford. He lived in Dublin, Berlin and London before he went to work in India eight years ago. H(...)

Work on extending current Luas trams to 55m will continue in 2019. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The number of journeys on Irish public transport services increased by 19 million in 2018, a rise of 7.5 per cent on the previous year, figures from t(...)

Drivers’ salaries start at € 45,000, going up to € 57,000. File photograph: Eric Luke

Iarnród Éireann is launching its first external recruitment programme for train drivers. The company is looking for approximately 100 drivers over t(...)

There is ‘a lot of smoke and mirrors’ around the decision by Irish Ferries to halt its service between Rosslare and France, an Independent councillor in Wexford has said. Photograph: PA Wire

There is “a lot of smoke and mirrors” around the decision by Irish Ferries to halt its service between Rosslare and France, an Independent councillor (...)

The Government is putting in place contingency plans for Irish ports in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Photograph: Eric Luke

Rosslare and Waterford ports could take spillover freight traffic from Dublin Port should the State’s main seaport suffer delays from new customs afte(...)

Dublin Bus will run its Nitelink services until 4am on December 15th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th and 31st.

Additional gardaí and public transport services have been deployed in Dublin to keep the city’s traffic moving over the Christmas season. Operation O(...)

SBIR Ireland manager Marguerite Bourke

Flooding, illegal dumping, bathing-water quality, and increasing the number of cyclists on Dublin’s streets are some of the problems being addressed i(...)

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