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__________ Family hotels __________ 1 Woodlands House Hotel, Co Limerick  The Fitzgerald family have been welcoming guests to the(...)

  Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe at the publication of the Summer Economic Statement . Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Dublin stockbroker Investec is predicting the Government will collapse in October after failing to get its first Budget across the line. Launching ye(...)

Zostera: its thin leaves floating in the water like a mermaid’s emerald tresses, perhaps a metre long or more. Illustration: Michael Viney

As June envelops the acre the view from my desk disappears. A rising wave of fuchsia has left me a hazy glimpse of Inishturk, a few last green fields,(...)

Ireland’s Paul Gleghorne competes with  Namyong Lee and Hyosik You of Korea Olympic hockey warm-up at  Merrion Fleet Arena, Rathdown School, Dublin. Photograph: Inpho

Ireland 5 (G Watkins, L Cole, M Darling, J Jermyn, E Magee) Korea 2 (N Lee, J Seo) Three final quarter goals saw Ireland start their Ballsbridge énerg(...)

“There are escalators inside for Enda to make Donald Trump-style entrances down into the chamber (formerly the Cosmetics Hall and Karen Millen).” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Leinster House is falling down Falling down, falling down Leinster House is falling down Where will the Dáil go? The renovation work has to b(...)

The interior of Marcel’s on Merrion Row in Dublin.

Marcel’s on Dublin’s Merrion Row is a strange creature. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the pubaurant: half-pub, half-restaurant. It’s a place wher(...)

Number 1 Sydney Parade Avenue has glorious front-of-house period features. Built in 1905, it retains much of its original grandeur. The large hall is(...)

The scene at Lower Baggot Street in Dublin where a fire broke out at an ESB substation. Photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade

Four units of Dublin Fire Brigade have brought a fire at an underground ESB substation off Lower Baggott Street in Dublin under control. A spokesma(...)

The Fine Gael-Labour cabinet meets shortly after the 2011 election: “In 2011, the formation of a new government was urgent and crisis-driven . . . But the current, unprecedented delay in forming a government is due not just to the absence of a crisis.” Photograph: Maxwells

Within a week, five years ago, Labour and Fine Gael had agreed a programme and structure for the last coalition government. So why has the 32nd Dáil b(...)

File photo   of EU and UK flags fly above the EU Commission offices in Westminster, London. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Ireland could ill afford to be without a government when Britain votes on whether to stay part of the EU, Merrion Stockbrokers has warned. In its lat(...)

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