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A man and woman in their 20s who were in the second vehicle were treated at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda for non-life threatening injuries.

A man who was seriously injured in a collision in Co Louth on Saturday has been pronounced dead. The victim, who was aged in his 60s, was involved in(...)

The road was closed on Saturday morning to allow an examination of the scene by Garda forensic investigators. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A teenager who died after a crash in Co Cavan in the early hours of Saturday morning has been named as David Lekerauskas The incident took place on D(...)

Work on the Knocknacran quarry  is set to continue until June this year, and 44 jobs will be created during the working period.  Photograph: iStock

An Irish arm of global construction materials manufacturer Saint-Gobain is planning an €8 million investment which will create 44 short-term jobs. G(...)

Billboard at the old Guinness Power Station, with an artist’s impression of the new distillery

Everywhere I turn these days there seems to be a new distillery opening, or planned. This is in part because I live in Dublin 8, an area soaked in whi(...)

Iarnród Éireann tweeted this evening that the 17:05 Connolly-Sligo would have to return to Connolly shortly “and will then depart for Sligo via Newcomen Junction”. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Traffic appears to be moving relatively reasonably through Dublin city on Friday evening after severe weather earlier today but there were some issues(...)

“I grew up selling cars all my life – the customer is vital in that industry and I wanted to adopt that ethos in my wine business,” says Andrew Eakin (...)

Retail units at Parnell St, Dublin 1 sell for €2m

Stephen McCarthy of Savills has secured in excess of €2.2 million for adjoining retail units on Parnell Street in Dublin 1. Numbers 3,4,5 and 9 King(...)

 Revenue Commissioners: developer and South Dublin Construction founder Michael Murphy  made a settlement of €2.4 million in tax, €2.8 million in interest and €1.4 million in penalties for a total of €7 million.

Long-standing developer and South Dublin Construction founder Michael Murphy has made a €7 million settlement with the Revenue arising from its offsh(...)