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Peter Benson from Naas and Sinéad Walsh from Kill   protesting outside the Houses of Parliament in London. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters

As Brexit lumbers on, more and more people have taken to gathering outside parliament in London to make their voices heard on the issue. Ev(...)

Total turnover of Irish craft beer producers in 2017 amounted to €44.3 million. Photograph: Tom Honan

There has been an explosion in the number of Irish craft breweries opening up over the past decade, with a vast and growing selection of beers now ava(...)

The Irish-bred Definitly Red, which is now trained in England,  at Cheltenham  at the weekend. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty

Racehorse breeders fear their €1.84 billion industry will suffer in any fallout from Brexit, a seminar heard at the weekend. More than 3,500 people a(...)

A garda who quit the force after only seven months of service has taken a legal action against the Garda Commissioner for refusing to allow him to rejoin. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A former garda who quit the force after only seven months of service has taken a legal action against the Garda Commissioner for refusing to allow him(...)

Three-year-old Rocco Ulrich in Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork city. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Compiled by Jennifer O’Connell, Damian Cullen, Sylvia Thompson, Leonie Corcoran, Lorna Siggins, Noel O’Reilly and Malachy Clerkin ANTRIM Carnfu(...)

Rutland House on Crosthwaite Park South in Dún Laoghaire: comes to market with planning permission for two additional houses

Kelly Walsh is selling a portfolio of sites, unfinished developments and an equestrian centre for €7 million on the instructions of receiver Tom Kavan(...)

Garda Thomas Finnerty from Co Kildare pictured leaving the Four Courts after a High Court Garda Compensation hearing. Photograph: Courts Collins

A garda who was assaulted on patrol on two separate occasions has been awarded €60,000 damages in a High Court Garda Compensation hearing. Garda Thom(...)

BAM chief executive Theo Cullinane said the company had managed to buck the industry trend during 2012. Photograph:  Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Profits at building and engineering company BAM grew by almost 50 per cent to €5.9 million last year, the latest figures show.BAM Contractors, the Ir(...)

‘When people ask me what kind of singer I am, I find it hard to answer . . . I always say I’m a folksinger. ‘Folk’ is a huge umbrella – I’m not(...)