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All quiet on the Dublin city centre front: outdoor diners in Temple Bar on Sunday. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

The atmosphere around the streets of Dublin’s south city centre was transformed on Monday evening from the disruption of the previous nights to one of(...)

A member of staff at Dublin City Council places additional bins in the city centre in advance of the June bank holiday weekend. Photograph: Alan Betson

People are being advised to avoid indoor meetings this bank holiday weekend, with the weather forecast suggesting relatively mild and dry conditions t(...)

The expert group led by Dr Catherine Day  has called for a mandatory obligation to be placed on all local authorities to source own-door accommodation for asylum seekers. File photograph: Alan Betson

The own-door accommodation system proposed by the Government expert group to replace direct provision is “not workable or implementable” and risks hav(...)

Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank.  Governors of the ECB are expected  to prepare the ground for new stimulus, armed with a new set of forecasts on the bloc’s sluggish recovery and with the coronavirus pandemic resurging. Photograph: Daniel Roland/AFP via Getty Images

European stocks fluctuated as investors waited for the outcome of the European Central Bank meeting that could signal more stimulus given weak inflati(...)

Catherine Hamilton and her family flying into Milford Sound, New Zealand.

It is a difficult and challenging time for thousands of Irish people living around the world, and their loved ones at home, not knowing when they will(...)

Met Éireann has forecast thunderstorms for Leinster and parts of Muster today and a yellow weather warning is in place. Image via Met.ie

Met Éireann has issued a yellow weather warning for Tuesday with thunderstorms forecast for all of Leinster as well as Tipperary and Waterford. Severe(...)

Conor Pope in Dublin Airport, where passengers are down to under 300 a day. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd/The Irish Times.

Normally on a lovely June bank holiday Monday like this one (fingers crossed the sun is still shining!) Pricewatch becomes obsessed with summer and tr(...)

People queueing for coffee in the Phoenix Park last week. Photograph: Collins

Ahead of the June bank holiday weekend and expected warm and sunny weather, the Government has urged the public to avoid spending prolonged periods at(...)

“A gardening project is a great way to fill your time at home and get your creative juices flowing,” says Bord Bia Bloom show manager, Mr Gary Graham. Photograph:  Johnny Bambury / Fennell Photography

Organisers of this year’s cancelled Bloom festival are inviting people to get green at home – it is where your garden is, after all. While the highl(...)

Workers at a Huawei stand at the Mobile Expo in Bangkok earlier this year. Photograph:  Photograph: Reuters

Huawei Technologies Co reported a 23 per cent rise in revenue to 401.3 billion yuan (€52.4 billion) in the first half of this year as the Chinese tele(...)

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