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32-34 Finglas Business Centre in Finglas, Dublin 11, is for sale for €1.1 million

Take-up in the industrial market last year – boosted by demand for logistics space to service the march of online retailing – was up 9.8 per cent on 2(...)

Judge Martin Nolan said he had the ‘unenviable task’  of passing sentence. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A father-of-two who stored drugs valued at more than €153,000 after dealers threatened to kill his daughter has been jailed for 16 months. During a s(...)

 The scene of a fatal collision between a car and a lorry on the M50 at the Northbound N2/Finglas interchange. Photograph:  Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Three people died in crashes on Ireland’s roads on Thursday in Dublin, Kildare and Galway. A woman died in a multi-vehicle collision on Dublin’s M50 (...)

Santry development: the site sold to Dwyer Nolan has a mixture of zonings, including employment creation

The developer Dwyer Nolan has quietly acquired a 1.89 hectare (4.67 acre) site in Santry, north Dublin, and has begun initial site works to facilitate(...)

Those who may lose part of their front gardens under the plans for the new bus routes include properties on Terenure Road East. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

A further 665 homes in south and west Dublin stand to lose part of their front gardens under six core bus corridors announced by the National Transpor(...)

 Nasir Yasin   with his wife Samsam Ahmed Hassan, daughter Mawaahib (3) and son Mohamed (2). Photograph: Ciara Wilkinson

Nasir Yasin spent seven years living in direct provision before he was granted permission to remain in Ireland on humanitarian grounds. He arrived in (...)

The court heard the driver drove 200 yards while the woman’s  legs were dangling outside of the car.

A woman was left dangling half way out of a moving getaway car after she chased down the man who had snatched her wallet, a court has heard. Tony Car(...)

The entrance to the Thornton Hall site in north Dublin. Purchase of the site by the Department of Justice in 2004 was mired in controversy. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Celtic Tiger years produced a petri dish for expensive and grandiose government initiatives. Little has been learned from those damaging experimen(...)

BusConnects fare: The National Transport Authority (NTA) has said while the fare hasn’t been finalised it will be somewhere between the two most common Dublin bus fares, which are €2.25 and €2.50. File photograph: Getty Images

A new public transport ticket that will allow commuters take any number of bus, Luas and Dart journeys in a 90-minute period is likely to be priced at(...)

BusConnects aims to overhaul the current bus system in the Dublin region. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The National Transport Authority’s proposals for core bus corridors and cycle lanes through Dublin “leaves many questions unanswered”, the Dublin Cycl(...)

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