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Anthony Lynam, aged 80, who sat and passed the higher English Leaving Cert paper, with his results. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Anthony Lynam, one of the oldest students to ever take the Leaving Cert, says he is thrilled with his results. Mr Lynam, who lives in Kilmainham, Dub(...)

Property price data on Wednesday will give a summary of just how far the Irish market has come in the first half of 2019. Photograph: iStock

Monday Results: Trinity Biotech. Indicators: US consumer inflation expectations (Jul). Meetings: IT Nation Evolve Meeting business owners’ netwo(...)

Manor Street, Stoneybatter: new restaurants, food trucks and artisanal gift shops sit alongside drapers and family-run stores that have been in operation for decades. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Famously dubbed ‘Williamsburg on the Liffey’ by the Guardian newspaper, the ’Batter is, like many city-centre neighbourhoods, a clash of old and new. (...)

Work in progress at the national children’s hospital site at St James’s Hospital: “Patients immunocompromised or with respiratory ailments are of particular concern and a public health impact assessment may be required.”   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A public health impact assessment may be required to determine the effect of the new BusConnects plan on air quality around the site of Dublin’s St Ja(...)

Kennedy Wilson recently finished a commercial and residential complex on the south bank of the Liffey, Capital Dock, which it owns in a 50/50 partnership with insurer Axa. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The US owner of the Shelbourne Hotel and builder of Dublin’s Capital Dock says the Republic is set to become its biggest European market by income. K(...)

Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin. File photograph: Frank Miller

A ban on visitor books at well-known heritage sites over fears about EU privacy rules could have been avoided with a new note on the books warning the(...)

 Luigi Massone whose cafe, Scoff, is on Ranelagh’s main street. Photograph: Sarah Mooney

On Monday afternoon, despite the tempting display of pastries piled on the counter, Luigi Massone’s café, Scoff, on Ranelagh’s main street was empty s(...)

DPL said the increase in building and  continued growth in the repair, maintenance, improvement and DIY markets influenced results

Surging construction and growing demand from homeowners boosted profits at builders’ merchants chain, Dublin Providers Ltd (DPL) to almost €2.5 millio(...)

Those parking near the Coombe hospital will now face the €1.60 hourly charge. Photograph: Google Street View

Street parking charges in parts of Dublin will rise by up to 70 per cent from today, with an increase in tariffs and an extension of the most expensiv(...)

Inchicore residents (from left) Lauren Tuite, baby Margot, Gerard Greene, Annie Dibble, Christine Kavanagh and Elizabeth Burns on Grattan Crescent. They are among a number of local objectors to the felling of  trees on the road. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The National Transport Authority (NTA) is proposing to limit cars in part of Inchicore following a request from locals for a one-way system in the sou(...)

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