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Latest figures also show the depth of the social divide in Dublin, with pupils in schools in the most affluent areas up to five times more likely to go to third-level than those in the poorest areas.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Download the Feeder School PDFs here: http://iti.ms/2jQ8tpk Private schools dominate the top places in new league tables based on the proportion(...)

Irene Queally with Luca and Tilda: “I think parenting is a big guilt trip – we’re just trying to lessen that.”

Parenthood is truly a life-changing event. You see the world in a whole new light when you hold a tiny baby that is your responsibility to nurture to (...)

Shell E & P Ireland Offshore Inc, a company with an address in Nassau, has had a number of Irish directors over the years, starting in 2000. The company is associated with the Corrib gas project in Co Mayo. Photograph:  Shell E&P Ireland Limited

Two companies registered in the Bahamas and used by Dublin property investor Paul Fenelon for investments in the UK are among companies of Irish inter(...)

Brian O Donnell , retired solicitor with his wife Mary Patricia O Donnell:  entitled to argue she has a right of residence at Gorse Hill in Killiney, Co Dublin, which the family was ordered to vacate, the Court of Appeal has ruled

Dr Mary Pat O’Donnell, wife of retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell, is entitled to argue she has a right of residence at Gorse Hill in Killiney, Co Dubl(...)

The design of a small development of new homes in Killiney is aimed at buyers who want a period-style house but with every modern comfort. There is a(...)

A detached house on an acre of beautiful gardens in Killiney has all the features of an elegant Edwardian period home, outside and in: there’s the bl(...)

Robin O’Donnell: ‘I am a complete antiques nut and love everything old. Cars would be my weakness’

Robin O’Donnell, chief executive of Hibernian Antiques Fairs, Limerick. I organise some 30 antiques and art fairs at hotel venues throughout Ireland (...)

Longboat Quay apartment complex, Dublin.

A Commercial Court judge has added an engineer who approved work at Longboat Quay as a third party to an action taken over the apartment complex. It (...)

A taxi driver, who was suing rock star Bono in the Circuit Civil Court for €60,000 damages for personal injuries, has died. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times.

A taxi driver who issued a €60,000 personal injury damages claim against musician Bono in the Circuit Civil Court has died. Philip Bolger claimed the(...)

Mirette Dowling: the Wicklow Choral Society which she founded was the first choir from outside Dublin to perform in the National Concert Hall in 1983, two years after its opening

Mirette Dowling, who has died aged 91, was a highly regarded music teacher and choral conductor who inspired generations of young musicians in a caree(...)

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