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The portfolio includes a property in Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, which is for sale for €1.4 million

The Layden property group, which bought a portfolio of Bank of Ireland branches near the onset of the financial crash, is selling eight branch offices(...)

2 Maywood Avenue, in Raheny, Dublin 5, sold for €595,000, 8 per cent above its asking price

2 Maywood Avenue, Raheny, Dublin 5  Three-bed semi on a corner site in a prime location off Howth Road with ample scope to extend. Approximately (...)

84 Connaught Street, Phibsborough, Dublin 7.

84 Connaught Street, Phibsborough, Dublin 7 Four-bedroom period semi in need of complete refurbishment. Living space of around 164sq m, large garden (...)

In March last year the 30km/h speed limit zone was expanded to certain residential areas and in the vicinity of schools in Dublin city centre.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

New bylaws to allow the introduction of 30km/h speed limits across all residential streets in the capital have been accepted by Dublin City Council’s (...)

16 Rugby Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

16 Rugby Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 Three-bedroom terraced house with about 98sq m of living space in need of a refresh. Small paved garden to the rear(...)

Bord Bia recipe for slow cooked pork ramen.

American soul food with an Irish twist is how restaurateurs David Coffey and Damien Quinn are describing their latest venture, Crow Street, which open(...)

 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  at The Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland (ICCI) where he attended the  the annual Islamic Festival of ‘Eid ul Adha’. Photograph: Collins

The Catholic Church should introduce mandatory reporting for clerical sex abuse, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. Speaking on Tuesday, Mr Varadkar sa(...)

6 Broadford Walk, Ballinteer, Dublin 16

6 Broadford Walk, Ballinteer, Dublin 16 DNG, €495,000Three-bedroom, semi-detached house, short stroll from Marlay Park, side extension, flexible down(...)

A file photograph of a stolen BMW being recovered by gardaí. Many criminals involved in organised crime are now opting to drive less ostentatious vehicles.  Photograph: Garda Síochána

Many criminals involved in organised crime are now opting to drive lower-value, less ostentatious vehicles in a bid to avoid attracting attention, the(...)

File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Ross Walsh It was business as usual in Dublin’s car washes on Monday, despite concerns of potential water shortages due to the current heatwave. The(...)

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