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Sugar beet being unloaded at Carlow’s sugar factory. Photograph: Alf Harvey

In 1926, my nice father Franz Schwatschke (1895-1987) was headhunted from Moravia in the Czech Republic for his technical knowledge, to work as one of(...)

Wetherspoon has six pubs in Dublin including the Three Tun Tavern in Blackrock. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Pub operator JD Wetherspoon has posted a solid rise in sales, bucking the trend in a pub market struggling to beat last year’s World Cup summer. The(...)

Maria Bailey’s  withdrawn action against the Dean Hotel in Dublin  alleged she had suffered injuries after falling from a swing in the hotel bar in July 2015. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A report into the controversy over a compensation claim made by Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey has been received by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar who intends to a(...)

Thurles native Charles Griffin in his pub, Jack Doyle’s in Budapest.  “It’s a real outdoor city, people are active, there’s a lot to do here.”

“It’s a very safe city. You just get a feel when you are here that maybe we don’t have the influences of other progressive societies but there is no o(...)

Given its focus on transforming its branches into digital outlets, BoI is looking to help those who can’t cope.

Bank of Ireland has created a new unit aimed at helping vulnerable customers in difficult circumstances. The move comes as the incidence of financial (...)

Emily Logan of the IHREC. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (IHREC) says every local authority must state whether or not they are complying with human rights oblig(...)

The Criminal Assets Bureau has seized a wide range of assets during two raids targeting different criminals in counties Wexford, Kildare, Dublin and C(...)

Sherry Perreault, head of ethics and lobbying regulations at the Standards in Public Office Commission,  called on the Government to introduce changes giving the regulator additional powers to impose fines to tackle post-employment breaches.

The State’s public office watchdog has secured its first conviction under the country’s four-year-old lobbying law over the late filing of returns on (...)

Former Provisional IRA chief of staff Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy: The Cab has investigated  21 people  as part of its inquiry into the oil laundering and smuggling operation run by Murphy. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Twenty one people were investigated during a Criminal Assets Bureau inquiry into the oil laundering and smuggling operation run by the former Provisio(...)

Since January 2016 “housing assistance” has been a ground on which it is explicitly illegal to discriminate in the letting of housing. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

There is “systemic discrimination” by landlords against people dependent on housing benefits and it is “unreasonable” to expect individual victims alo(...)

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