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Members of the  Fingal Battalion Against Austerity protest outside the home of Minister for the  Environment Richard Bruton  on Griffith Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin on Sunday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Protesters who gathered outside the home of Health Minister Simon Harris last week demonstrated outside the home of Minister for the Environment Richa(...)

Mourners attend the funeral of Garth Hutch in June, 2016. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A protected witness has told a murder trial that she was “shaking” when two of the accused called to her flat and wiped down handguns on the evening b(...)

The State owns or controls enough land to build more than three times as many council homes as planned by Government. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The State owns or controls enough zoned land to build 114,000 dwellings – half of which could be social housing. This would be enough to clear more (...)

Philip Hammond: The chancellor of the exchequer (above with Minister for Finance Michael Noonan) will be under pressure from the prime minister to help squeezed households. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

Philip Hammond’s inaugural autumn statement will be punctuated by ballooning government borrowing and slowing economic growth as Britain moves towards(...)

Developer Ray Grehan.

Developer Ray Grehan used the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers investigation to shield assets from the National Asset Management Agency (N(...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh: 2015 a year of significant progress with One51’s entry into the north American plastics markets through the IPL deal. Photograph: The Irish Times

Businessmen Dermot Desmond, Larry Goodman and a number of co-ops are poised to benefit if manufacturer and waste manager One51 goes ahead with plans t(...)

While one might expect shares trading in London to do so in sterling, Verizon trades on the London exchange in dollars. Photograph: Reuters/Dado Ruvic

We posted the Verizon forms for the low-cost sale of our shares on the same day. The receipts that came back to us showed that all the transactions we(...)

Mary Harney, who helped push through the ban on ‘smoky coal’ in Dublin in 1990. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

In September 1990, following a series of winters during which Dublin city was engulfed in thick black smog, a ban on the sale, marketing, and distribu(...)

The Supreme Court is satisfied  the commencement of  District Court criminal proceedings against Mary Kelly and Declan Buckley was an abuse of process and quashed  summonses taken out by hotelier Patrick Halpin. File photograph: Collins Courts

Dublin hotelier Patrick Halpin’s bid to privately prosecute two employees of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation for alleged deception was motivated(...)

US secretary of state John Kerry: criticised after reports that he  had warned in a private setting that Israel risked becoming an ‘apartheid’ state.  Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images

US secretary of state John Kerry has issued an unusual statement y evening expressing his support for Israel after a controversy erupted over a(...)