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Jean Andrews, Superpedestrian director of policy for Ireland. The company says it will employ between 60 to 100 people and invest €15 million in its first year of operation in the Republic. Photograph: Paddy McGrath

Electric scooter sharing scheme provider Superpedestrian is weighing up plans to establish a European R&D centre of excellence in the Republic. T(...)

This summer, The Irish Times will offer tips, advice and information for parents on how to help their children thrive during the holiday mon(...)

Trainer Ger Lyons: ‘We need to cop on and let them go racing.’ Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Classic winning trainer Ger Lyons has warned that racehorse owners are getting “antsy” and urged the sport’s authorities to let them go racing again a(...)

Outdoor gyms   have become more popular in public places across the island in recent years. Photograph: iStock

You’ve seen them, but have you ever used them? Outdoor gyms – those robust exercise machines designed for adults to use in the open air –(...)

Meath’s Eamon Wallace kicks the winning point against Westmeath. Photograph: Brian Reilly-Troy/Inpho

Meath 0-16 Westmeath 0-15 With about 15 minutes to go in Navan, Meath manager Andy McEntee couldn’t be blamed for fearing the worst. Without a leagu(...)

The judge ordered the three defendants to appear at Trim District Court on June 1st.

Two women and a man have been granted bail after they were charged in connection with a €1 million drug seizure in Co Meath. Gardaí recovered suspect(...)

Seamie Heffernan aboard Santiago wins the 2020 Irish Derby. File photograph: Inpho

Last year’s Irish Derby hero Santiago returns for his first start of 2021 at Navan on Sunday. Ryan Moore makes the trip to Meath to team up with the(...)

Rachel Blackmore: will continue her pursuit of the jockeys’ championship at the Punchestown festival.Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

A decision on whether or not champion jockey Paul Townend can ride at Punchestown next week will be left until as late as possible. Townend hurt his (...)

‘It is wholly unacceptable that some food businesses are choosing to operate outside of the law,’ says Dr Pamela Byrne, FSAI chief executive. Photograph: iStock

A “filthy” Donegal takeaway was ordered to close its doors after inspectors found a litany of offences from liquid pools in the toilet to dead insects(...)

Louise Lynam and her daughter Kiera, who has cystic fibrosis: Louise  was very worried about bringing Covid home as she works in a hospital emergency department.

Over the past year, Trisha Duffy Barber (42) has watched how the public has learned about the science of viruses, how they spread and how some people (...)

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