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Dunnes Brothers is a ground works and general contractor. Photograph: iStock

Builder Glenman Corporation faces possible High Court action in a dispute over a €160,000 debt allegedly owed to subcontractor Dunne Brothers Ltd. Ga(...)

 Salah Haddad from Libya has lived in Ireland since 1998 and became a citizen in 2003. Photograph:   Aidan Crawley

Salah Haddad always introduces himself as Irish. He has lived in the country since 1998 and became a citizen in 2003. However, after two decades in th(...)

Beaver House, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14 was purchased by Appian Burlington as part of an €18 million deal.

A little-known Irish real estate fund has completed the purchase of an office building and a shopping centre in the Dublin suburbs, bringing its overa(...)

No 2B Richview Office Park  extends to 314sq m,  and was built in the mid-1990s

A fully-rented office investment in Clonskeagh with more than 11 years left on the tenant’s lease is on the market for more than €1.5 million through (...)

Dr Ali Selim: “The Eighth Amendment protects pregnant women against taking a hasty decision.”

Repeal of the Eighth Amendment “is not compassionate. It is cruel. It gives licence for murder,” Dr Ali Selim of the Islamic Cultural Centre in Dublin(...)

Theresa Cullen was working as a cashier in a Topaz filling station in Tallaght when she was confronted by two robbers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A 64-year-old woman who lived for almost two years behind drawn blinds in her home following a robbery at work has settled a €60,000 damages claim for(...)

The Presbyterian Church is in favour of retaining the Eighth Amendment. Photograph: Frank Miller / THE IRISH TIMES

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland has called for retention of the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution, which recognises the equal right to life of m(...)

A 2017 report from Barclays forecast that Paddy Power  would lose about £60 million in annual turnover if the Fixed-odds terminals stake was cut to £2. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

No good deed shall go unpunished. It’s a well-worn phrase but one that must strike Peter Jackson and his team at Paddy Power Betfair as depressingly a(...)

 A display of plastic at Nolan’s supermarket in Clontarf, north Dublin,  explaining  how the supermarket plans to  tackle the problem of excessive plastics.   Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A “shop and drop” day of action on plastic packaging at supermarkets on Saturday and community cleanups of waterways, beaches and public areas over th(...)

All new schools are due to open from 2019 to 2022. Photograph: David Sleator

More than 40 new schools with places for 20,000 pupils are due to be established over the next four years, mostly in the Greater Dublin Area, to keep (...)

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