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A girl whose head and neck became trapped in electric gates in north Dublin has settled her case for €20,000 at the Circuit Civil Court. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A girl whose head and neck became trapped in electric gates in north Dublin has settled her case for €20,000. The Circuit Civil Court was told that (...)

Irish Rail launched a text alert system for Dart passengers on August 16th after a sharp rise in formal complaints of intimidation, assaults, vandalism and thefts. Photograph: Getty Images

More money is being spent by Irish Rail, Bus Éireann and Luas to combat criminal and antisocial behaviour onboard buses and trains, but passengers sti(...)

In total Irish Rail spent €6.1m  on security services last year, and €4.6m  up to the end of September this year. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish Rail is spending increasingly more hiring security contractors amid growing controversy over the level of antisocial behaviour and disruptions o(...)

The 41 runs from the city centre to Dublin Airport and on to Swords, while the 15 runs from Ballycullen Road, Knocklyon, through the city centre, on to ClongriffinPhotograph: Alan Betson

Two Dublin Bus routes, the number 15 and the 41, will go into 24-hour service from next month. The 41 runs from the city centre to Dublin Airport and(...)

 Twinlite’s 376-unit rental scheme in Clongriffin in north Dublin which will be rented out and managed by a new smart online platform, vestaliving.

A new smart housing platform, which allows tenants to view apartments, sign leases, pay rent and even manage their properties entirely online, has bee(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed creche at Ayrfield on the Malahide Road

Agent Lisney is quoting a rent of €70,000 per annum for a purpose-built two -storey creche facility on the Malahide Road in Dublin 13. The creche fo(...)

Nick Munier: ‘I will be tasting dishes all afternoon; my brain feels like I have eaten, but it’s only a few mouthfuls.’

9am I need a few espressos and cigarettes to boost me up in the morning; I’m a creature of habit and have smoked for 30 years; it calms me down. I’ll (...)

Sophia Mulvany (9), who has spina bifida, at Seapoint Dart station, where the lift is out of order. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The “constant breakdown of lifts” in Dart and train stations is “exhausting and upsetting” for wheelchair users, forcing many to give up on going out (...)

An artist’s impression of the townhouses at the proposed Baldoyle residential scheme.

Developers and investors looking to capitalise on the significant demand for accommodation in both Dublin’s owner-occupier market and private rented s(...)

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