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An investigation was carried out into the incident and  nobody on the defendant’s team was able to identify the sub, the court heard.

An insurance company has been ordered to pay the legal costs of an amateur footballer who sued after a substitute from the opposing team allegedly ran(...)

The portfolio includes a property in Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, which is for sale for €1.4 million

The Layden property group, which bought a portfolio of Bank of Ireland branches near the onset of the financial crash, is selling eight branch offices(...)

Virgin Media Television’s Ian Byrne: will oversee the broadcaster’s revenue activities

Virgin Media Television, the company previously known as TV3 Group, has appointed Ian Byrne as director of digital and commercial enterprises. Mr Byr(...)

A Halloween bonfire in Co Dublin last year. This year, community groups are offered flower bulbs to plant in gratitude for preventing bonfire damage. Photograph: Dave Meehan

1) People with disabilities have bodies that function differently from the socially “normal” body. “Towards a Consideration of All Bodies” is a platfo(...)

The test card had been transmitting for 12 days before the Indian summer’s Sunday when taoiseach Bertie Ahern pushed the button that put TV3 on air. I(...)

‘Love Island’ contestant Alexandra pictured in a recent episode of the series, which concludes on 3e on Monday. Photograph: ITV

Love Island, the reality series in which contestants couple up in a Mallorca villa, has proved an attractive acquisition for TV3 Group, with average p(...)

Liberty Global chief executive Mike Fries speaking at Virgin Media Ireland’s headquarters in Dublin this week. Photograph: Julien Behal

Liberty Global, owner of Virgin Media, signalled it had “no limit” to its ambition for its Irish television business, saying the soon-to-rebrand TV3 G(...)

Referendum posters being removed in Fairview, Dublin, last week. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

All posters relating to the abortion referendum must be taken down by midnight on Friday. Section 19 of the Litter Pollution Act 1997 and the Elector(...)

Ross O’Neill at his desk at the Down Syndrome Ireland  offices in Ballymount, where he works as junior administrator

Ross O’Neill has to take three buses to travel from his family home in Clondalkin to his workplace in Ballymount four mornings a week. But that piecem(...)

Up to 97% of Irish plastic, including plastic bottles, went to China because of a lack of processing capacity at home.

Ireland will not be able to avoid the aftershock of China banning imports of plastic materials and other waste for recycling. The ban, due to come i(...)

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