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In 2011,  Northern Ireland’s public transport operator introduced English/Irish bilingual destination signs on buses serving west Belfast, along with timetables and other information.

Belfast’s new Glider high-quality bus system serves unionist east Belfast and nationalist west Belfast with a single through route. There had previous(...)

Belfast’s  Glider  system isn’t just about transportation; there is a social and political dimension, says Robin Totten of Translink.

The crash of Stormont almost 20 months ago put many major developments on hold in Northern Ireland but one that snuck through the gap was the £90 mill(...)

Pope Francis waves before his Angelus prayer after a Mass for Italian youths at St Peter’s Square in the Vatican. Photograph: Filippo Monteforte/AFP

The pope is coming. So, what exactly is happening? The World Meeting of Families festival kicks off in the RDS and around the country on Tuesday, Aug(...)

Pope Francis  was born in December 1936 in Argentina. File photograph: Luca Zennaro/Reuters

Pope Francis is expected to draw significantly smaller crowds than the last papal trip to Ireland by John Paul II nearly 40 years ago. Ireland has cha(...)

The Met Office warned of high water affecting homes and businesses and said power cuts were likely as the heatwave broke with torrential rainfall. File photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Emergency services are dealing with the impact of severe flooding in the North. On Saturday some areas saw more than an entire month’s rain in one af(...)

A Wrightbus double decker operating in Singapore.

Ballymena-based Wrights Group, one of Northern Ireland’s biggest exporters, has told its workforce that it plans to to axe 95 jobs because of a downtu(...)

Mount Charles Group founder and chairman Trevor Annon: firm has grown from a small contract catering company into a support services giant with revenues as of September 2016 totalling £31 million

Belfast-headquartered support services company Mount Charles Group (MCG) is to open a dedicated operation in Dublin later this year as it seeks to gro(...)

At one stage the Derry to Dublin bus was the ‘only form of travel, and there was a camaraderie’ among the passengers. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The nearest I’ve ever come to the Sam Maguire was a glimpse from the window of the Derry to Dublin bus. I was, like many others, a student travellin(...)

Bus Éireann staff picketing outside the Broadstone Bus Éireann depot, in Dublin, on Friday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has no plans to let private operators cover Bus Éireann timetables during the strike, though companies will be (...)

   About 1,500 children who travel to school daily under the school transport programme using regular Bus Éireann services will also be hit by the dispute. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Who will be affected by the strike in Bus Éireann? About 100,000 people use Bus Éireann services each day. From Friday morning all the company’s serv(...)

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