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Several companies who traditionally run camps have decided not to do so in 2020, and a few others are still in the process of deciding whether hosting camps is feasible. Photograph: Getty Images

Every year, the number of summer camps – types and locations – across the island has increased steadily. At least, that was the trend until this year.(...)

Frank Cullen: A northsider who “emigrated” south of the Liffey with his wife Peg in 1967

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

The Ires apartment development at Bakers Yard in central Dublin.

Institutional landlord Irish Residential Properties REIT (Ires) has hired construction company Townlink to build more than 60 apartments in Dublin. M(...)

Jolene Cox (centre) and students Jessica Nwigwe (left) and Faith Idada at cookery class for parents in St Paul’s Secondary School, Greenhills, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Food blogger and cookery instructor Jolene Cox is on a mission – to bust the myth that cooking from scratch is complicated. The author is currently te(...)

The court heard that the chief concern of the protesters was the fall in the price of Irish beef due to market forces related to Brexit and an increased supply of beef in Europe.

The owners of up to a dozen meat plants have on Tuesday been granted temporary High Court injunctions restraining groups of protesters from blockading(...)

Local elections, Kimmage-Rathmines: Green Party local election candidate Patrick Costello canvasses in Harold’s Cross, Dublin. Photo : Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

“Do you know anything about this spine, what’s it called, BusConnects?” asks a young woman in Harold’s Cross, south Dublin, who has just answered the (...)

For many parents, choosing a summer camp, or two – or perhaps as many as eight – is an annual and often expensive task. All summer long, Th(...)

A Dublin Bus vehicle leaves Bray Dart station. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Everything should have been finished with the redesign of Dublin’s bus network – the most radical in a generation, or more – by June. However, the wor(...)

Gardens of properties in Terenure are among those that will be affected by the BusConnects core bus corridor project. Photograph:    Nick Bradshaw

One hundred more properties in the greater Dublin area will lose part of their front gardens to clear the way for proposed bus corridors in the capita(...)

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(...)

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