Navan Road

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Protest against sealing of Mother and Baby Home documents at the former Location of Saint Patrick’s Mother and Baby Home on the Navan Road, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

A survivor from a Mother and Baby home in west Dublin has said she is “very annoyed and angry” over legislation which was passed in the Dail earlier t(...)

Charlie Crean.

We all like to think that our children are unique but Nuala and Mick Crean were actually told by doctors that there was no one in the world like their(...)

A dog sticks its head out a window of a passing car on Dublin’s Merrion Road last week. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Traffic volumes on most Irish roads have risen significantly in the last week as children begin to return to school, new figures from Transport Infras(...)

The Purcell family pictured with principal Mary Warde, deputy principal Deirdre Meehan  and teacher Amanda Shevlin at Kilmovee National School, Co Mayo. Photograph: Keith Heneghan

A Dublin family’s desire for a safer, simpler life in the countryside has resulted in a “godsend” of extra pupils for a primary and a secondary school(...)

Access gates to Dublin’s Phoenix Park reopened on Friday to traffic. Photograph: Alan Betson

A change of season was in the air at Phoenix Park on Friday as early morning walkers were greeted with a stiff northerly breeze whistling down Chester(...)

Tony Devenney enjoyed fishing on Lough Ennell and Lough Owel.

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(...)

File photo: Traffic volumes are nowhere near what they normally would be suggesting that a lot of people have not returned to their offices and are obeying the rule that they must stay within 20km of home. Photograph: iStock

Traffic volumes on Irish roads are up substantially on Monday as a result of the latest lifting of restrictions, according to new figures released by (...)

James Farrell (left) and Brian Kiernan working a night shift to help keep the city centre litter-free. Photograph by Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

While the city sleeps, street cleaners, bakers, postal workers, gardaí and market traders go about their business and marvel at the chang(...)

The HSE said it was ‘continually gathering data on Covid-19 outbreaks, cases and deaths, including in nursing homes and other residential care settings’ through the computerised infectious disease reporting system. File photograph: RollingNews.ie

A number of nursing homes have questioned the accuracy of internal Health Service Executive data quantifying the number of deaths associated with Covi(...)

The  St Roch statue  has become a focus of prayer at the Church of Our Lady Help of Christians on Dublin’s Navan Road since it re-opened for private prayer recently. Photograph: Alan Betson

A religious statue which is credited with ensuring one Dublin parish did not succumb to the Spanish flu a century ago has become a focus of prayer in (...)

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