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The overall national 14 day incidence rate as of Thursday is 202, a number that has continued to decline, although remaining relatively high.  Photograph:iStock

Buncrana in Co Donegal has recorded the highest 14-day incidence rate of Covid-19 in latest data released by health authorities, while the lowest rate(...)

From arts and media to politics and law, it’s the graduates of all-girls Catholic schools who are blazing a trail for independent women. Photograph: Marvin Recinos/ AFP/ Getty

The convent school prefect is having a moment. From arts and media to politics and law, it’s the graduates of all-girls Catholic schools who are blazi(...)

The south county Dublin  school site includes a two-storey period house, known as Abilene, which was owned for almost 80 years by the prominent Findlater business family.

A 1,000-pupil secondary school for south county Dublin, is one of four new post-primary schools to be established in September next year to keep pace (...)

Large parts of south Dublin have lower incidence than many areas not affected by the new restrictions. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart region of west Dublin has the highest rate of Covid-19 in the State, according to the first national breakdown of incide(...)

Barra Fitzgibbon in Lewisham hospital, London.

Coronavirus, says Barra Fitzgibbon, was the worst thing that has ever happened to him. As a result of contracting the virus, the father of two was put(...)

A computer generated image of the apartments to be built on 143 Merrion Road.

Irish housebuilder Lioncor Developments received the green light from An Bord Pleanála to build 63 apartments on the site formerly occupied by Gowan M(...)

Kilmuire, Military Road, Killiney, Co Dublin

With the market at this time of year usually heading into its seasonal summer lull Lisney must be pleased to have gotten away a substantial south coun(...)

‘There’s, like, ten or fifteen people just staring at us with their mouths wide open. It’s a look I remember well from my rugby days’

“Does that not seem random to you?” Sorcha goes. I’m like, “Random? As in?” “As in, my hairdresser still hasn’t phoned me back with an appointment? (...)

Thorndale in Dartry, Co Dublin: the fine 495sq m (5,330sq ft) Victorian turned up as sold on the Property Price Register in mid-April for €5.6million

The property market may be emerging from a quiet few months on foot of coronavirus, but that’s not to say there hasn’t been some activity. Some big sa(...)

I’m like, ‘Jesus Christ, he’s taken it with him – to Killiney!’

Sorcha is pacing the kitchen floor. “Mom,” she goes, “you shouldn’t actually be here?” But her old dear’s like, “I have nowhere else to go.” “Yes, (...)

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