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The Squad included Vinny Byrne (standing, left), a group of assassins assembled by Michael Collins

The so-called “Squad” was a group of assassins assembled by Michael Collins, several of whom played key roles in a series of assassinations on the mor(...)

An artist’s impression of the plans. Image: Dublin City Council

Plans to double the size of the proposed College Green plaza, extending the traffic-free zone to South Great George’s Street, will be published by Dub(...)

Roddy Doyle: “Slagging is virtually always very affectionate.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

The writer discovered this because, when he started writing The Commitments, he knew it was good. But No matter when or where his work is set, Doyl(...)

The journey to college is never easy, but Trinity College Dublin is making attempts to smooth the road for students and staff with an application for (...)

William Francis Cooper loved railways and dedicated his free time to building a model railway in the attic of the family home in Raheny.

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

The defendant, owned by the family of businessman Larry Goodman, is redeveloping the building over the next two years at a cost of €150m. File photograph: Collins

The owner of printing business Reads has secured a High Court injunction preserving the access route to its premises just off Dublin’s Nassau street (...)

Artist impression of the planned new shopping, entertainment and residential zone called the Northern Quarter. File photograph: Q4PR/PA Wire

WILL THE PROFOUND CHANGES IN RETAIL, TOURISM AND WORK CAUSED BY THE PANDEMIC ALLOW US TO CREATE A BETTER CITY FOR EVERYONE TO LIVE AND WORK IN? (...)

A newly-installed cycle lane and pedestrian lane installed on Ormond Quay by Dublin City Council, which reduces the usual two lanes of vehicular traffic down to one. Photograph: Alan Betson

The new National Transport Authority (NTA) and Dublin City Council Covid-19 “mobility intervention programme” represents the most radical redrawing of(...)

Part of the proposed new cycle route along the Liffey at Aston Quay in Dublin.

Steamrollers have taken to the Dublin city quays to finally begin work on the Liffey cycle route, which was first proposed almost eight years ago. Du(...)

A van parked in an area allocated for pedestrians on Dorset Street. Photograph: Olivia Kelly

Dublin motorists are continuing to park in spaces reallocated to pedestrians to enable physical distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, it has eme(...)

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