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Rachel Flaherty: ‘As I set off for the second half of the walk the sun came out and the views across Dublin Bay were spectacular.’

“My feet are in bits, agony, and I already know I won’t be able to move tomorrow,” a woman exclaimed as she flopped down on to the seat on the Dart br(...)

There was plenty of flags and shamrocks to be seen on Irish public transport on St Patrick’s Day. Photograph: Dominic McGrath

Parents with children in tow stagger onto a waiting train at Donaghmede Dart station. At Heuston, a group of mildly inebriated tourists are trying to (...)

Dublin Circuit Criminal Corut heard the cyclist was on his wayhome at around midnight after finishing a shift in a restaurant in Howth when he was knocked off his bike by a car driven by the defendant.

A hit-and-run driver who was banned from driving when he seriously injured a cyclist has been jailed for five years. Jonathan Wainyae (33) of St Attr(...)

Howth Harbour. The Department of the Marine described the silting situation at the harbour as a “concern”, and said it was committed to dredging about 225,000 cubic metres of silt. Photograph: Getty Images

Up to 30,000 truckloads of contaminated silt due to be dredged from Howth Harbour in north Co Dublin is likely to be used for the construction of a ma(...)

11 Father Matthew Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7

11 Father Matthew Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7 Two-up, two-down terraced cottage with a well-maintained interior that includes original fireplaces and(...)

Drynan Lodge, Old Carrickbrack Road, Howth, Co Dublin

There is something charming about Drynan Lodge on the Old Carrickbrack Road in the Baily area of Howth. Perched on a height behind electric gates, the(...)

The patron bodies for 12 new primary schools will all be non-denominational or multidenominational in nature.

Multi-denominational patrons have been selected for 12 new commuter belt primary schools due to open in September in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath a(...)

Independent councillor Mannix Flynn said the council would be ridiculed if it did not approve the plans. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin City Council (DCC) has voted to rezone land in the Liberties for a council depot and development of 100 housing units, despite opposition from (...)

Conditions imposed by An Bord Pleanála on the Bailey Court project show Marlet must agree plans with Fingal County Council to deal with a risk of subsidence. Photograph: iStock

Conditions imposed on a plan to build 164 homes on the site of a disused hotel already tackle concerns raised by locals in a court challenge to the pr(...)

High Tor India Red Ale,   Buxton Brewery and American Amber Ale by Hope Beer

Poor red ales, they’re so unpopular these days. It was only a few years ago that nearly every Irish brewery had one as part of a core range – but no(...)

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