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The Crowley family has run the Magic Carpet since the 1950s.

The Magic Carpet pub on 2.7 acres in the affluent south Co Dublin suburb of Cornelscourt is on the market for €12 million through Lisney and Morrisse(...)

Burren Yoga

How’s the diet going for you? Right. And the fitness regime? Thought so. If your New Year’s health and fitness regime has run out of puff, never fear(...)

A computer-generated image of the Hines development in Cherrywood.

Developer Hines has received planning permission for 146 apartments at the Cherrywood development in Dublin in addition to the 1,269 apartments alread(...)

The late Cian Marren. His    father Liam Marren said  he and his wife visit his grave every night to read him a bedside story.

The father of a six-year-old boy who was killed after being struck by a van breaking a red light at a pedestrian crossing has told the driver his fami(...)

The €1.15 million infill redevelopment site on Poplar Row, in Fairview, which Kelly Walsh sold

Agent Kelly Walsh has sold a portfolio of six creches let to Park Academy for €7.28 million. The properties were producing annual rents between €47,42(...)

Assistant Garda commissioner  Pat Leahy arriving at Tudor Lawns in Foxrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Collins

A woman in her 40s has been arrested in connection with the killing of a young man whose mutilated body was found at what investigators described as a(...)

Betty Maher (102): “I would advise people to keep active and have a hobby” Photograph: Dave Meehan for The Irish Times

If all the advice on healthy ageing could be encapsulated into one short sentence, it would be to “keep your mind and body active”. Even people suffe(...)

Sarah O’Connell with her children Jake (3) and Hayley (7). Photograph: Dave Meehan for The Irish Times

What do you think of when you hear the word “disability”? All across Ireland, thousands suffer from conditions that can be invisible to others, such a(...)

Highlighted is the site of almost 30 acres off the Brennanstown Road in Dublin 18.

Most of the Dublin housing sites sold under pressure from Nama in recent years have been located in the north and west of the city. A noted exception(...)

A file image of Sylvia Meehan. A  funeral service for her in Dublin was told on Monday of her belief in ‘equality and human rights’. Photograph: The Irish Times

Sylvia Meehan, rights activist and the first chair of the Employment Equality Agency (EEA), “believed in equality and human rights that left nobody be(...)

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