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Ireland captain Johnny Sexton leaves the pitch after being replaced in the Six Nations game against France at the Stade de France. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The witch hunt is a little premature. Ireland are already in flux. Nobody is getting canned. There is time and space for Andy Farrell to remodel this (...)

Danny’s Pitches in Mulhuddart, Co Dublin, where car tyres created deep ruts in the turf.

Fingal County Council has been forced to close playing pitches in North Co Dublin after joyriders destroyed the playing surface for the second time in(...)

South Dublin Credit Union’s office in Stillorgan: South Dublin’s bank charges rose to €48,352 during the year, up from €32,064 in 2018

Members of South Dublin Credit Union, which has branches in Stillorgan and Donnybrook, have been urged to borrow more money from the institution to en(...)

Irish man John Pender was fatally stabbed in a bar in Spain while on holiday with his wife and two children.

A chef from Britain has appeared in court in Spain after being arrested on suspicion of murdering Irish father-of-two and charity worker John Pender i(...)

Dublin 6 was the most expensive place to buy a home, with an average price of €635,000, according to Daft.ie data. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Eleven homes worth €1 million or more are sold in the Republic every week, research by a property website company says. Daft.ie’s Wealth Report for t(...)

 Local election candidate for Cabra-Glasnevin, Declan Meenagh, Labour,  canvassing Michael Bergin, in the Phibsborough area of Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Politics starts with the local. In 2005, Declan Meenagh got his first taste of on-the-ground campaigning after Dublin City Council turned off audible (...)

Ireland has some of the most effective laws for limiting campaign expenditure in the western world, according to a senior Fianna Fáil figure. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Alan Kinsella began collecting political posters during the 1982 general election, encouraged by a hand-written note from Labour’s Barry Desmond. Near(...)

Enterprise Ireland is seeking to make it easier for industry and academia to work together.

The latest research carried out by Enterprise Ireland shows that companies engaging in research and development and innovation (RD&I) perform sign(...)

Human rights campaigner Bernadette McAliskey at the We Shall Overcome seminar in Liberty Hall, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Brexit is causing panic and fear in Northern Ireland, particularly among immigrants trying to figure out what EU laws will apply to them, veteran huma(...)

Wolfe Tone: in declaring that his republic should comprise Catholic, Protestant and dissenter, he relied heavily on religious denomination. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

It was a strange epiphany in the unlikely setting of the local refuse recycling centre in a small French town. I was intending to drop off some stuff(...)

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