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Ever vigilant: Deputies   watched agog  as security men   guarded   the exits to the Members’ Bar while Minister of State at the Department of Defence  Paul Kehoe  went in for a sandwich. Photograph: Alan Betson

The morning after Donald Trump was elected, Minister of State Eoghan Murphy headed to Government Buildings for a pre-breakfast meeting with Michael No(...)

Simone Rocha eclairs from Prêt-à-Portea, coming to the Merrion Hotel in February 2017

We’re already thinking of ways to escape the gloom that descends after new year, and the Merrion Hotel in Dublin is coming to the rescue with Prêt-à-P(...)

Justin Barrett, the president of the National Party. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Merrion Hotel in Dublin has cancelled an “information meeting” on an anti-immigration and anti-abortion political party for Ireland which was due (...)

Dublin marathon: Some 19,500 entrants will taking part this year, compared to 16,000 in 2015. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

People in the capital on Sunday are warned to prepare for major traffic disruption due to the largest ever SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon. Organiser(...)

Ireland’s Eye seen in the background as a group of swimmers take to the sea in Malahide in July of this year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

On sunny weekend days, the little boats that take people to Ireland’s Eye - a small, rocky island just off Howth Harbour in Dublin - are routinely ful(...)

A proposed traffic management plan for the Sandymount to Blackrock area of south Dublin would involve closing Merrion Gates to through traffic and the compulsory purchase of approximately 35 properties.  Photograph: Eric Luke

A new plan to tackle the serious traffic and transport problems on the south Dublin coastal strip between Sandymount strand and Monkstown has been pu(...)

Will London's Kensington borough be emptied post-Brexit?

Dublin is marketing itself as a new home for the City of London after Brexit, even if it is being a little more delicate than that about its intentio(...)

  Enda Kenny: the Taoiseach  welcomed   EU chief negotiator on Brexit Michel Barnier to Government Buildings on Wednesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The EU’s chief negotiator on Brexit got a warm welcome on his visit to meet the Taoiseach. He must have been delighted to hear the car horns blaring(...)

Perhaps the most significant item to watch out for in the budget is whether Katherine Zappone gets her way on childcare. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The lead into this year’s budget has followed traditional patterns. It was supposed to be different this time but it is not. Even though there is now (...)

Merrion said: “We are redesigning the business around providing our clients with active wealth management and advisory stockbroking services.” Library photograph posed by models: iStock

Irish stockbroker Merrion Capital is to make a number of staff redundant as it seeks to reposition the business around its wealth management activitie(...)

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