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Those expecting this to be a panel-van version of Merc’s incoming 450km-ranged EQV MPV will be disappointed.

Delivery drivers cover a lot of ground every year - some 20,000-odd kms each every year. And, as anyone who’s tried to take a deep breath in when an u(...)

An aerial view of the Huntstown lands shows their proximity to the successful Northwest Business Park.

Joint agents Lisney and JLL are guiding a price of €5.25 million for an 11.21 hectares (27.71 acre) site with potential for the development of industr(...)

The leafy New Cabra Road, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Cabra is a well-established neighbourhood. In the 1940s, Dublin Corporation created hundreds of homes in the area between th(...)

‘Depending on which train it can take 30 minutes or 45 minutes and when I get to Heuston it’s about a 25-minute walk to the city centre,’ says Enda Finn. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The average journey time for commuters in counties Kildare and Meath travelling to work is one hour and nine minutes, preliminary results of a new sur(...)

Dublin compares reasonably well with other cities around the world when it comes to overall reputation, scoring better than Seattle, Boston and Barcelona but behind San Francisco, Toronto, London, Copenhagen and Sydney

It’s not a surprise. When foreign workers living in Dublin were asked to identify the city’s main characteristic, most of them reached immediately for(...)

Water emissions from the Toyota Mirai, a hydrogen-powered car. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Hydrogen-fuelled cars, buses and trucks can be a reality in Ireland by 2023, and there is the potential for more than 35,000 hydrogen vehicles to be o(...)

Volunteers tied  ribbons around trees due to be cut down for BusConnects on Merrion Road in Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

One of the lesser-reported movements in Dublin at the moment is the drive to save urban trees. Across the capital, small pockets of residents are putt(...)

Devinish Road in Kimmage. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

What’s so good about Kimmage? Split between Dublin 6W and Dublin 12, Kimmage boasts an intriguing history. In the 1950s, the area had its own cinema,(...)

Ken Lee, managing director of Eden Recruitment: “Employers compete on compensation packages, holiday entitlements, work-life balance, promotion opportunities, training culture and the sort of technologies they use.”

With a bit of luck, today’s graduates will make quite a few career moves throughout their life and job interviews will become a little less daunting. (...)

755 South Circular Road, Dublin 8

755 South Circular Road, Dublin 8 Period three-bedroom redbrick located at the Kilmainham end of the South Circular Road, with around 120 sq m of liv(...)

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