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The road was closed overnight and the crash site was examined on Sunday by forensic collision investigators. File photograph:  Alan Betson /The Irish Times

Gardaí in Letterkenny are appealing for witnesses following a traffic collision in which a driver crashed into a wall. Shortly after 9pm on Saturday(...)

Gaetano de Gennaro’s portrait of Margaret Burke Sheridan at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

An Italian artist made a home for himself in Ireland in the 1940s. Today his portrait of Ireland’s first president, Douglas Hyde, hangs in Áras an Uac(...)

The Rotunda Hospital in Dublin, where what it is believed to be the State’s first baby of the year was born. Photograph: David Sleator

A girl believed to be the State’s first baby of the year, and the decade, was born at 12 minutes past midnight in Dublin’s Rotunda Hospital. Victori(...)

The scene of the crash which claimed the life of a man in  Co Donegal in the early hours of Thursday morning. Photograph: North West Newspix

The man killed on Christmas night in Co Donegal has been named locally as Shaun Kelly. Mr Kelly, who was in his early 30s, died after his Vauxhall Ca(...)

CPL Fuels has been pushing for the introduction of a long-delayed nationwide smoky coal ban by the Government

Laboratory tests show smoky coal is being improperly labelled as smokeless and sold in areas where it is banned, with sulphur levels almost three tim(...)

The first four areas to be serviced  will be the areas around the cities of Limerick, Kilkenny and Galway, and around Carrigaline, south of Cork city.

The first 35 areas to be served with high-speed broadband under the National Broadband Plan have been revealed at a private industry meeting. The loc(...)

Supermac’s Holdings directly employed 1,720 staff in the year to whom it paid €34.6 million.

Supermac’s recorded profits of €23.7 million last year as its sales jumped to €172 million on the back of new openings, recently filed accounts show. (...)

 Candles and Christmas lights. Photograph: Frank Miller

Twinkling lights in shopping centres, Christmas music on loop, advertisement bombardments with “must haves” for all the family, and to-do lists as lon(...)

PEL Waste Reduction Equipment founder and chief executive Tommy Griffith: “Waste is always an issue.”

Climate change was not on the agenda when Tommy Griffith set up his waste engineering business in 2004. His early glass crushers were designed as much(...)

Margaret Callaghan (71) from Bracken Lea at Mountaintop in Letterkenny died in the early hours of January 9th, 2018. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A coroner has urged the Health Service Executive to review its protocols for ambulance turnaround times at hospitals across the country. The call cam(...)

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