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Construction of the company’s incinerator at Duleek in Co Meath started in 2008 and Indaver commenced operations in September 2011. File photograph: Dave Meehan

Higher costs at the Irish arm of waste processing firm Indaver last year contributed to pretax profits declining by 12.5 per cent to €9.35 million. T(...)

David Conroy coached Drogheda United’s u-14 team. Photograph: Drogheda United/Twitter

Two men who died in a crash in Co Meath on Thursday morning have been named as David Conroy and John Enright. Drogheda United FC paid tribute to thei(...)

The road is currently closed and forensic investigators are carrying out a technical examination of the scene. Photograph: Alan Betson

Two men have died following a road crash involving three vehicles in Co Meath on Thursday morning. The incident happened on the R152 at Keenogue, Dul(...)

Sorcha stares at her friends. I can tell she’s conflicted.

“I’m getting the vaccine on Wednesday,” Claire from Bray of all places goes, like this is an achievement, something worthy of a high-five or even a “f(...)

The permission concerned a proposed development by Davy Target Investments ICAV of 167 residential units, a childcare facility and associated works at the Commons, Steeples Road, Duleek.

An Bord Pleanála has consented to a High Court order overturning its permission for construction of a development of 167 housing units in Duleek, Co M(...)

James Farrell (left) and Brian Kiernan working a night shift to help keep the city centre litter-free. Photograph by Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

While the city sleeps, street cleaners, bakers, postal workers, gardaí and market traders go about their business and marvel at the chang(...)

Businessman Kevin  Lunney was kidnapped on Tuesday, September 17th, on a roadway in Co Fermanagh as he drove home from work.File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A van gardaí believe may have been used by the gang who abducted, beat and tortured businessman Kevin Lunney has been found. Gardaí previously releas(...)

Arthur and Grainne Cassidy outside their store, Pieces, on South Great George’s Street. Photograph: Alan Betson

Furnishing a home takes time as well as money. The recession years destroyed many of the solo traders within the furniture industry. The middle market(...)

Owner Les Reilly celebrates with his niece Carly Reilly Flynn (L) and staff Martina White and Anne Morgan (R) at the Reilly’s Daybreak shop in The Naul, after selling a  winning ticket. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Standing beside a coffee machine in his newsagent in north county Dublin a frazzled looking Les Reilly described how he had been ill when the National(...)

Les Reilly (centre) with the staff from his Daybreak shop in The Naul, north Co Dublin, where the winning €175m EuroMillions ticket was sold. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins.

A large family syndicate from The Naul in North Co Dublin has emerged as the winner of Tuesday night’s €175.4 million EuroMillions jackpot. The famil(...)

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