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On June 1st, a bomb was found under the car of a serving police officer at Shandon Park Golf Club in east Belfast.

Two Dublin men appeared before an out-of-term sitting of the non-jury Special Criminal Court on Wednesday charged with IRA membership. Paul Casey (49(...)

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CATHEDRALS National Cathedral of Saint Patrick, Dublin THE NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY - 9.15 EUCHARIST said in the Lady Chapel. 11.15 CHORAL EUCHARIS(...)

Once upon a time, going to college was the-be-all and end-all. What mattered was CAO points and the third-level college and course that a student got (...)

Gavin Hydes, chief executive of Joe Duffy Motors Group:  “Every time we sell a car, I’m collecting between €10,500 and €11,000 worth of tax.”  Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Finglas now proudly boasts a €10 million motoring temple to Porsche, nestled in the shadow of the M50’s Junction 5. It’s an improbable location for a(...)

Have you seen this painting? Girl in the Sand (1950) is one of the ‘lost’ works by Una Watters

It was a wet windy Monday morning in December when we arrived at the Emerald Ballroom in Ballinasloe. We weren’t there for the dancing. We were on a q(...)

A view of the North Circular Road in Phibsborough, Dublin. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A multimillion-euro cycle path running along the back of Dublin’s Mountjoy Prison and underneath the North Circular Road, to allow cyclists to bypass (...)

Siro chief executive  John Keaney says funding package is testament to the quality of company’s business model.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Broadband provider Siro has secured €200 million in capital from a syndicate of international banks to fund the next phase of its rollout. The compan(...)

CEO of telecoms group Siro, John Keaney. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

When it launched in 2015, Siro’s focus was on regional towns with poor broadband. The ESB’s joint venture with Vodafone, a surprise addition to the St(...)

 Paul O’Beirne (36), of Colepark Drive, Ballyfermot,   pleaded guilty to facilitating the commission of a serious offence by a criminal organisation by the provision and destruction of a motor vehicle.  File photograph: Collins Courts

Two men have pleaded guilty to helping a criminal organisation murder Dublin man Vincent Ryan, a brother of slain Real IRA leader Alan Ryan. 25-year-(...)

The site at Springvale in Chapelizod opposite the Church of the Nativity. Photograph: Tom Honan

Dublin City Council has dropped plans to use emergency powers to build more than 120 social homes without seeking planning permission on two sites on (...)

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