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Poolbeg Ringsend water treatment facility was built for a capacity of 1.64 million people but it has to cope with demand that can reach 2.3 million. Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy / Dublin City Shots

The pace at which Irish Water is fixing deficiencies in waste water treatment infrastructure “is too slow”, as raw sewage continues to be released int(...)

 Jenna-eve Smyth (25) died in the crash on June 18th 2016. Her sister said  she believed if her sister was still alive her mother would be too.

A driver convicted of causing a crash that killed his girlfriend in Co Meath three years ago was remanded in custody at Trim Circuit Court on Thursday(...)

ESB is due to introduce a  series of 150kW high-power hubs next year. Photograph: Florian Gaertner/Photothek via Getty Images

ESB will start charging drivers who use its public electric car charging network from next month. Price plans will be available based on both subscrip(...)

How do you defend a simple symbol of your past against time and technology? Can you take the most basic of motoring vehicles and make it relevant for (...)

Kinnegad Plaza: staff at the Mac’s Place carvery. Photograph: Alan Betson

DRIVING AROUND IRELAND HAS CHANGED A LOT AS BIG, BRIGHT SERVICE STATIONS HAVE CROPPED UP ALONG THE MOTORWAY NETWORK, INCLUDING THE NEWLY OPENED KIN(...)

Becky Loftus Dore: she cautions  people against choosing surrogacy in Ireland unless a family member or close friend has agreed to be the surrogate

A Fine Gael local election candidate has spoken of how she decided to become a surrogate for her friends. Becky Loftus Dore from Killucan, Co Westmea(...)

ESB landowner engagement manager, Colm Smyth, said in an affidavit, the cost of this compensation “directly impacts on the cost of electricity”

The ESB is facing compensation claims for some €3.5m from property owners whose land is needed for the running of power cables for the national electr(...)

Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Supermac’s and the hotel group founded by its owners plan to add 300 jobs this year with new fast food outlets opening and a major refurbishment of th(...)

Robbie Malone, his son Dean and sister Tina Norton at Robbie’s Greengrocer in Kilmacud, Dublin. James Forde for the Irish Times

Robbie’s Greengrocer and Food Store is to Kilmacud what Naturalia is to Paris and Harvest Market is to Brooklyn: a greengrocer and food store redefini(...)

Aaron and Craig Keighery in Ballinasloe, Co Galway, ahead of Sunday’s final. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Gerry the GAA giant had tears rolling down his painted face as he stood surveying the townlands around Galway’s Rahoon on Friday morning. It wasn’t (...)

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