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Development land in demand: Sandyford in Dublin 18 had the second-largest deal, for the sale of a site with full planning permission for 459 apartments to Avestus for €38 million

Development land transactions are expected to pick up the pace in the second half of the year, with an estimated €240 million worth of land sale agree(...)

Louise Bruton:  “You can change how other people view disability by correcting them if they used outdated or insulting words like retard or wheelchair-bound.” Photograph: Dave Meehan

The value of friendship is something that coasts along with the various good times in life, but it truly reveals itself during the bad times. We all h(...)

Cathal Berry, former head of the Irish Army Ranger wing: worked as a medical officer in Syria.

“I’m not leaving because I hate the Army. I’m leaving because I love it. I can’t just sit back anymore and watch the Defence Forces being completely d(...)

There will be a record 15,950 special needs assistants in school in the coming year, supporting about 37,500 pupils.

Almost 800 new special needs assistants are to be allocated to schools from September. The increased allocation reflects the fact that record numbers(...)

Lettie McCarthy of Labour looks set to be re-elected in Glencullen, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

In the weeks leading up to election day, a certain sense of optimism had crept into the ranks of the Labour Party. RTÉ’s exit poll has shown, however(...)

Sinead Lay is  pictured at the Four Courts on Friday following her High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A High Court judge has awarded €300,000 damages, including €50,000 punitive damages, to a woman against a former neighbour whom she claimed groomed he(...)

Mark Nugent with his wife Jacqui. Mark has completed five marathons.

Mark Nugent had always loved physical activity and lived for the next challenge before an accident in 2016 left him wheelchair-bound. “My life before(...)

The Green-Veined White butterfly, now  in moderate decline in Ireland. Photograph: Dr Liam Lysaght.

Most people walking alongside the restored pond on the Castletown estate in Co Kildare would barely notice the tiny purple wildflower beneath their fe(...)

The primary school principal said he had no political affiliation.

A primary school principal has defended his decision to place letters in children’s schoolbags highlighting work by Fianna Fáil representatives he bel(...)

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(...)

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