Baldoyle

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The Steeplechase for the Metropolitan Plate at Baldoyle Racecourse in March 1926. Photograph: National Library of Ireland/Flickr commons

The battle was short. But it was violent. Those sitting in the reserved enclosure at Baldoyle Racecourse didn’t realise anything was wrong until they (...)

I-Res chairman Declan Moylan and chief executive Margaret Sweeney. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The State’s largest landlord will consider all its options in regard to funding for its ambitious pipeline although it is comfortable having extended (...)

Meg O’Kelly (24) from Dublin is one of the chosen few on the ESB’s apprentice programme for network technicians.

A recent survey investigating the biggest influence on young people’s career choices has confirmed what many of us suspected all along: it’s the Irish(...)

Dublin Circuit Criminal Corut heard the cyclist was on his wayhome at around midnight after finishing a shift in a restaurant in Howth when he was knocked off his bike by a car driven by the defendant.

A hit-and-run driver who was banned from driving when he seriously injured a cyclist has been jailed for five years. Jonathan Wainyae (33) of St Attr(...)

The number of days with heavy rainfall and the number of extreme flooding events has risen in the past decade. Photograph: Eric Luke Staff

Local authorities in Dublin have jointly unveiled extensive climate action plans, which include a move to reduce carbon emissions by 40 per cent by 20(...)

Paul and Brendan O’Sullivan, owners of Irish knitwear company Irelands Eye.  In the past six years  its business to Germany has quadrupled. Photograph: Lensmen Photographic Agency

Step into Ladage & Oelke, Hamburg’s leading upmarket men’s clothes shop since 1845, and the air is heavy with wood, leather, tradition and quality(...)

Traffic on the M50 Toll Bridge. Photograph: Alan Betson

A woman who allegedly clocked up more than €3,300 in unpaid tolls had her car seized and sold off to settle the bill, the High Court has heard. Kath(...)

Margaret Glennon from Baldoyle in north Dublin  vanished in May 1995.

The remains of two people who went missing in Dublin in the 1990s have now been identified using DNA technology. Margaret Glennon (49) from Seagrange(...)

The court heard Dean Gray has 69 previous convictions, including 21 robberies, four burglaries and public order offences. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A robber who tipped a taxi driver who had “unwittingly” driven him to and from the crime scene will be sentenced later for a spate of shop raids. The(...)

Coach House and Mill Cottage in Bolton Park, in Rathfarnham in Dublin

The development at Bolton Park in Rathfarnham – a mix of townhouses and the sale of Bolton Hall – is complete, with the final two properties now on th(...)

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