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 The Leopardstown Inn. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The operators of Dublin’s Leopardstown Inn have failed to get the High Court to dismiss an action against them arising out of a major water leak seven(...)

The Old Rectory, Ballinahinch, Ashford, Co Wicklow

The Old Rectory in Ashford, Co Wicklow – chocolate-box pretty on 1.6 hectares – comes with a coach house, a stable block and arena, and a disused indo(...)

Christian Brothers school on Clonkeen Road, Blackrock, Co Dublin.

A plan to limit the development of land for housing in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown is being opposed by the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin on the basis tha(...)

Beer taps, kegs, gas cylinders and other bar equipment were seized by gardaí in a later search after they had obtained a warrant.

Gardaí have discovered a suspected shebeen at a private premises in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin. Officers investigating breaches of Covd-19 liquor laws (...)

Lives Lost: Flora Brennock (1937-2020)

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. You can read more of them here. If you (...)

Protesters and gardaí clashed during an anti-lockdown demonstration in Dublin city centre on Saturday. Photograph: Damian Eagers/PA Wire

Gardaí have identified a group who launched fireworks at officers during violent scenes on Dublin’s Grafton Street on Saturday and expect to make arre(...)

There has been a notable positive shift towards greenways, and this was a huge positive for Co Cork, which last week was allocated €15.78 million in funding to develop greenways, Cork County Council chief executive Tim Lucey said. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Co Cork has huge potential to capitalise on the promotional drive for greenways for cyclists and walkers, with the first major greenway in the county (...)

Múinteoir Ray Cuiddihy. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The teachers and makers of RTÉ’s homeschool programme on teaching through the pandemic Cúán Mac Conghail, series producer of Home School Hub and(...)

Mespil Road which was the city’s top blackspot for clamping in four of the previous five years does not even feature in the 2020 top 10. File photograph: Getty

The number of vehicles clamped for parking illegally in Dublin city last year declined 50 per cent, according to Dublin City Council. Clarendon Stree(...)

‘One of the biggest and most surprising features of the Irish property market this year has been the surge in demand for properties in the €1m-plus bracket.’

One of the biggest and most surprising features of the Irish property market this year has been the surge in demand for properties in the €1 million-p(...)

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