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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(...)

The Cisco building in Oranmore Business Park, Galway: bought by Friends First for €400,000 below guide

Friends First has purchased two more property investments in Dublin and Galway, further adding to its fund, which is already valued at more than €500 (...)

Mother of two Danielle Carroll, from Tallaght, Dublin, took  her own life   in a Kildare hotel earlier this week

For seven-year-old DJ, sitting holding the reins of his mother’s horse-drawn funeral carriage might leave him with a better boyhood memory than the aw(...)

Pat Kiely: “If this market doesn’t encourage and promote competition, and if the Government feels that supporting a dominant player is the way broadcasting flaws in Ireland will be sorted, then we have a problem.” Photograph: Dave Meehan

Pat Kiely, TV3 Group’s managing director, has a printout of an RTÉ press release beside him. “It really wound me up,” he admits. “We read recently th(...)

The original line-up of gardaí on TV3’s ‘Red Rock’ when it launched in January 2015.

TV3 has put its Garda-themed soap opera Red Rock into a production hiatus. The makers are currently completing the next batch of 23 episodes, which(...)

All north lanes are closed on the M50 at Junction 9 Red Cow following a five car crash. Photograph: Neil Coles

All M50 northbound lanes have now been reopened at Junction 9 Red Cow after a five car crash brought traffic to a standstill on Tuesday morning. Gard(...)

In recent days representatives of the waste recycling and paper industries in the UK have described the Chinese move as “draconian”. Photograph: Getty Images

China has confirmed it is to stop taking many types of recycling material by the end of the year, posing a major difficulty for Ireland and other EU c(...)

Nicola McHugh (left) claims she was fined €30 for having four biscuits in her green bin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Greyhound Recycling has denied claims made yesterday by People Before Profit that it fined a Dublin household €30 for placing a single tea bag in thei(...)

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