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Would a more pragmatic, creative solution not be both less expensive and less destructive of the National Museum of Ireland’s capacities? Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The National Museum of Ireland in Kildare Street, Dublin, is one of our premier cultural heritage institutions. It is the treasure house of our nation(...)

SAS: the airline  began flying in and out of Dublin Airport in April 1966. Since then, it has carried more than 4.5 million travellers on its three routes.

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is stepping up its services from Dublin Airport next year by adding extra flights to its three routes to and from the Iris(...)

CGI of an urban baths project at Grand Canal Dock prepared by architects Urban Agency

Reclaiming riverfront and underused port areas for leisure (think Paris-Plages) is a growing trend as European cities and towns come to see harbour ba(...)

The feminist movement has opened an awful lot of avenues for discussion. Men have to go ‘right lads, we have to have a bit of a chat here as well.’ I think some men feel ‘We’ve nothing to discuss. Everything’s great.’ It’s not. Masculinity is all over the place. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

How to be a Man is a series exploring masculinity and the challenges facing men in Ireland today What did masculinity and manliness look like when (...)

Since 2011, there has been a 35 per cent rise in demand for Merchant’s Quay Ireland’s needle-exchange service. File photograph: Getty Images

Major drug treatment centres need to be located in the centre of Dublin even if it makes the problem more obvious to tourists, Minister of State for t(...)

French president Francois Hollande welcomes German chancellor Angela Merkel for a working meeting at the Elyseé Palace in Paris a day ahead of a EU summit in Bratislava. Photograph: Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images

EU leaders gather in Bratislava today for a key EU meeting that will consider the next steps forward for the EU post-Brexit. In a sign of the new re(...)

Dublin Airport handled 2.92 million passengers in July, 9.3 per cent more than during the same month last year. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Just over 16 million travellers passed through Dublin Airport in the first seven months of the year, according to independent figures confirming its p(...)

Whatever your own attempts at making an Irish dessert, there’s plenty of fruit around in September. Blackberries in particular abound this month. Photogaph: Getty Images

What would a truly Irish dessert look like? I mean if we were to take away everything we import? To begin with, we would have to exclude sugar. We sto(...)

Passenger numbers at Dublin increased by 13.4% in the first half of 2016, making it the leading performer among the top tier of those airports with more than 25 million passengers. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Who would have expected that it would be the Chinese who would slow down the progress of the world’s largest hotel merger, between Marriott and Starwo(...)

Flights to and from Dublin Airport grew 7.6 per cent to 20,154 in July from 18,732 during the same month last year.

Dublin was confirmed as Europe’s fastest-growing major airport on Tuesday as figures showed strong overall increases in Irish air traffic this year. (...)

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