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At the awards in Paris: Irish Ambassador Patricia O’Brien; Peter Lunden-Welden, CEO of Transdev Ireland; John Mullins, CEO of Amarenco; Minister of State for European Affairs  Helen McEntee; Joël Depernet, SVP Global R&D Axway; and French ambassador Stéphane  Crouzat.

Amarenco, the John Mullins-led solar energy company, was on Thursday named Best Irish Company in France at the 2017 Ireland France Business Awards in (...)

Iarnród Éireann  is responsible for an operational network of 1,700 route kilometres and 135 route kilometres of non-operational lines.

The railway regulator brought concerns over Irish Rail’s response to safety management issues to the Department of Transport after its already “strain(...)

Sammy Akorede from Luas and Elaine Doyle from Local Link Wexford launch the largest national transport anti-racism campaign, aimed at “a message of zero tolerance” of racism. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Public transport bodies across Ireland have commenced an anti-racism campaign in an attempt to stamp out rising incidences of prejudice on buses, trai(...)

Luas Cross City tram testing began on Saturday and will continue in the coming weeks. The working date for opening the route to passengers is December 9th/10th. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Testing of the new Luas Cross City line in Dublin is to be scaled up over coming weeks through the deployment of trams on the route. This follows a (...)

Brendan Marshall told the court he had been restrained by two security men at Jervis Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A “cantankerous” man who claimed he had been assaulted, imprisoned and defamed by a security guard on a Luas city centre platform has lost a €75,000 c(...)

Marie Beegan, the first woman graduate from CIÉ’s heavy goods vehicle apprentice scheme  in the 1980s, is encouraging more women to sign up for the scheme. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The first woman graduate of the CIÉ heavy goods vehicle mechanic apprenticeship programme is urging other women to apply to this year’s scheme. Mari(...)

A computer generated picture of the Luas Cross City line at Broadstone in Dublin.

Luas operator Transdev has received a “record breaking” number of applicants to become tram drivers. A Transdev spokesperson said more than 2,000 peo(...)

Full service has resumed on the Luas green line in Dublin after being party suspended following an earlier incident at the Harcourt stop. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

Full service has resumed on the Luas green line in Dublin after being party suspended following an earlier incident at the Harcourt stop. Services w(...)

Luas operator Transdev is calling on more women to apply for jobs as drivers. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Luas operator Transdev has launched a new recruitment campaign calling on women to apply for positions as drivers with the light rail system. The cam(...)

All advertisements contained the line: ’The Only Place You Get To Choose Your Network, Phone and Plan. Carphone Warehouse’

More than 40 complaints about recent Carphone ‘pro choice’ ads have been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI). The first (...)

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