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Bon Secours is in the throes of a €150 million investment across its estate including expansion of its clinical facilities in Cork. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Bon Secours Hospital Group – the largest provider of private healthcare in the State – reported a dip in inpatient numbers last year due to a fall in (...)

Pictured at the launch of the Brown Thomas Christmas shop in Dublin were model Isabelle Traber and Hannah O’ Brien (4). Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

Ho ho nooooo, say it ain’t so. There are still 131 sleeps until Christmas and already Brown Thomas shops in Dublin, Cork and Limerick have decked the (...)

Dublin city’s industrial estates could be replaced by thousands of homes under large-scale rezoning plans. File photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin city’s industrial estates could be replaced by thousands of homes under large-scale mass rezoning plans from Dublin City Council to tackle the (...)

 Bertie Ahern speaks to Parish Priest Fr Liam Ó Cuív at St Brigid’s Church in Killester.  The former taoiseach was among mourners at the funeral of former Secretary to the Department of Finance Sean Cromien. Photograph: The Irish Times

The former Secretary to the Department of Finance Sean Cromien was described at his funeral as a very “ordinary” man from a humble background who rose(...)

Oliver Campbell (81), a retired teacher from Co Down, was due to be cremated on Tuesday at Dardistown Crematorium.

The cremation of a Northern Ireland man was refused by the Dublin coroner for administrative purposes. Oliver Campbell (81), a retired teacher from (...)

President of the Royal Air Force Association (Republic of Ireland branch) Alan Harrison in Glasnevin Cemetery on Friday for the ceremony. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Edward Corringham Mannock, better known as Mick, was an Irish nationalist, a Home-Ruler, a trade unionist and socialist who believed that the end of W(...)

Botanic House in Glasnevin, which reopens today. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Dublin dining scene is gaining further momentum, with two additions this week with the launch on Thursday of a new 125-seat re(...)

 Kevin Humphreys, Labour TD:   ‘It is far too early to rule the tunnel option out”.

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has ruled out putting more of the proposed MetroLink underground, following complaints about the number of road(...)

The Luas Green Line at Dunville Avenue and Beechwood Road, Ranelagh. The National Transport Agency’s plans  “will be the start of the demise of Dunville Avenue as a retail area”, says Gary Morton of nearby Morton’s Food Store

“They’re going to upset the whole ecology of the area, closing off Dunville Avenue, ” says Gerry Griffin. He and many other people who live or work(...)

“Put out a bowl of water, maybe with a stone in the centre so smaller birds can perch on it while drinking.” Photograph: iStock

Nature is being hit hard by the drought and, while it is reacting to cope in its own natural way, it could do with a helping hand, according to plant (...)

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