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1 Berwick House, Whitehall Road, Churchtown, Dublin 14

1 Berwick House, Whitehall Road, Churchtown, Dublin 14 This two-bedroom, semi-detached house of 84sq m (904sq ft) dates back to the late 18th century(...)

One person complained he had told his tester he had asthma and might need to cough because he had recently changed inhalers, causing irritation to his throat. Photograph: Getty Images

Claims of rude testers, of not being allowed to cough and having to drive with windows open due to Covid-19 were among the complaints received from pe(...)

Sister of Anne Marie Connors, Barbara Connors (left) and mother, Carol Connors at  Coroner’s Court inquest into Connors’s death. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

An 11-year-old boy who, with his sister (5), had been left alone overnight and most of the following day with their mother’s body in their homeless ac(...)

The Road Safety Authority is now dealing with a large backlog in tests. File photograph: Getty

More than 2,100 driving tests had to be abandoned last year due to bad weather or drivers’ vehicles breaking down mid-test. That is according to the (...)

Ann Hyland and her grandson Rafferty

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. You can read more of them here. If you (...)

Emma Davy, from The Cosy Bean, and Robbie Malone, from Robbie’s greengrocer, Churchtown, Dublin 14. Both are building solid businesses in the suburb. Photograph: Damien Eagers/The Irish Times

“It’s all about the suburbs,” says Robbie Malone, owner of Robbie’s greengrocer in Churchtown, south Co Dublin. “Town is gone. I’ve been talking to su(...)

Declan Crean who owns the Scholars Lounge in Rome. Photorgaph: Declan Crean

This week’s surprise segue by the Government to delay the planned reopening of indoor hospitality until a vaccine pass is developed leaves the Republi(...)

The latest findings about Clonakilty Community Hospital  were contained in one of 53 inspection reports published by Hiqa that found non-compliance with regulations at 32 care facilities.  Photograph: Getty

Significant improvements were still required at a HSE-run Co Cork care home to segregate residents five months after a severe Covid-19 outbreak, a Sta(...)

Permission was refused by the board on the grounds the application was premature and there were deficiencies in the developer’s proposals to manage surface water on the site.

A developer has taken High Court proceedings aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s refusal of permission for 32 apartments in south County Dublin. (...)

Eir CEO Carolan Lennon: ‘It’s acknowledged all over the world that fibre-to-the-home is better than cable.’

“We’ve never been good at it,” admits Eir boss Carolan Lennon about its customer service, the great casualty of the telecommunications age. Contacting(...)

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