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Protesters at Blanchardstown Garda Station in the wake of the killing of George Nkencho. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The once-strong relationship between gardaí and the west Dublin community has worsened In 2010, Insaka Football Club was all but unbeatable in t(...)

Two women walk on Burrow beach in Dublin on  December 27th, 2020. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The electoral area of New Ross, Co Wexford continues to have the highest 14-day incidence rate of coronavirus cases in the State, and is more than thr(...)

In Dublin, Balbriggan recorded the highest incidence rate at 216.  The lowest incidence rate  was found in the  Ballyfermot/Drimnagh area at 43.4

The electoral area of Carndonagh in Co Donegal has the highest 14-day incidence rate of coronavirus in the State, coming in at more than nine times th(...)

Ray Coyne  of Dublin Bus and Anne Graham of the National Transport Authority at Thursday’s announcement of the new 24-hour service for Route 39a. Photograph: Maxwells

A new 24-hour bus route is being rolled out by Dublin Bus. The 39a, which runs between Ongar and UCD, is the third 24-hour service announced by the co(...)

Grafton Street, Dublin. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The 14-day incidence rate of coronavirus varies widely across the State. While some areas such as Laytown-Bettystown in Co Meath have had very few cas(...)

A garda performing a random vehicle check in the village of Muff, Co  Donegal. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

A further 506 cases of Covid-19 and one death from the virus were confirmed in the State yesterday as new figures on where the incidence of infection (...)

Last September, there were 847 children on waiting lists to be allocated social workers with, on average, 288 children being referred to Tusla in the north Dublin area each month, the audit said. Photograph: iStock

The lack of social workers in north Dublin is putting vulnerable children in the area at “serious risk”, according to an internal audit conducted by T(...)

Prince Aibangbe, of Williams Way, Ongar Village, Dublin  at the Criminal Court of Justice (CCJ). Photograph: Collins Courts

A judge has said there is a greater onus on truck drivers to take care at junctions and look out for cyclists and pedestrians as she jailed a truck dr(...)

The proposals, which are subject to a public consultation, will affect people in Donabate, Swords, Rush, Castleknock (above), Blanchardstown, Ongar, Malahide, Sutton and Portmarnock. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Fingal County Council has proposed putting “traffic calming measures”, such as speed ramps, road signs and markings, on 12 roads across north and west(...)

Dublin Bus: seating capacity has been reduced to 16, to enable social distancing. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Taking public transport in what used to be the morning peak is now a trip into an eerie world Just before nine on a weekday morning I take (...)

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