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A lorry hit a railway bridge on Dublin’s Amiens Street, causing its load of a digger to fall into the oncoming lane

Irish Rail has made public CCTV footage of a lorry striking a railway bridge following an incident at lunchtime on Monday in Dublin. Irish Rail spoke(...)

Patrick Joseph Fahy leaving the Four Courts after he was awarded damages following a Circuit Civil Court action. Photograph: Collins Court

A Tyrone GAA fan who was robbed as he slept in a Dublin hotel has been awarded €10,000 damages in the Circuit Civil court for personal injuries arisin(...)

Amiens Street was closed in both directions. Photograph: Declan Conlon

Amiens Street in Dublin has reopened after a truck hit a railway bridge on Friday afternoon. Road traffic has resumed in both directions and delays h(...)

Li Guoxing, whose face was disfigured  by a bear, received the world’s second face transplant in China in 2006. Photograph: China Photos/Getty Images

When it comes to talking, eating, seeing, smelling, expressing emotion and allowing others to infer our age and ethnicity, we all need a face. But wha(...)

Search Google Maps for a fuel service station in the inner city and you’ll get just two answers: the Circle K/Topaz station on Usher’s Quay, and the Top forecourt on Amiens Street. Photograph: iStock

Capital Ideas is a series of 10 proposals on ways to improve Dublin city’s infrastructure, economy, services and the daily life of its citizens. Read (...)

  Blind man Tony Murray on Collins Avenue: “I think that is a failing on the part of the NTA, for not considering users of all needs and disabilities.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Tony Murray is blind. The 38-year-old leaves his home in Beaumont, north Dublin, every weekday morning at 7am, carrying his white stick. It takes him (...)

Andrey Kuznetsov, chief executive of KamaGames claims the token sale is an industry first

KamaGames, the Dublin-based gaming company, is seeking to raise $25 million (€22 million) in a token sale exploiting blockchain technology and the eth(...)

 French supporters celebrate on the Champs-Élysées after  their team’s victory over Croatia in the  World Cup  final. Photograph: Christophe Petit Tesson/EPA

France’s young, World Cup-winning soccer team staged a victorious homecoming parade on Monday in an open-top bus down the Champs-Élysées, as hundreds (...)

A total of €9.4 million in settlements was agreed with 61 taxpayers

Retired consultant obstetrician Valerie Donnelly has agreed a settlement of €1.865 million with Revenue after an audit discovered a €1.145 million sho(...)

German prisoners taken during the ‘Hundred Days’ cycle of battles in summer 1918.

For the Allied armies, 1917 had ended on a grim note. Both the British and French armies had been badly damaged during their own offensives that year.(...)

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