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Jean-Marc Puissesseau, president of the Port of Calais is interviewed by a television crew. Photograph: Sylvain Lefevre/Getty

He claims it is the wind, but there is a tear in the eye of the head of Calais port, Jean-Marc Puissesseau, as the ferry Pride of Kent docks safely sh(...)

Radoslav Radev and his healthcare load from Belgium was refused entry to Holyhead Port because of inadequate, post-Brexit papers. Photograph: Peter Murtagh/The Irish Times

Radoslav Radev cut a lonely figure as he stood by the freight check-in cabin for the Stena Line ferry to Dublin, handed in his papers and waited. Aft(...)

Waiting game: Holyhead Port freight check in on Thursday. Photograph: Peter Murtagh

Thursday’s early morning ferry from Dublin to Holyhead, one of the last before the January 1st imposition of a European Union trade border between the(...)

‘Butter Boat’on Streedagh Strand in Co Sligo

The mystery behind a well-known Sligo shipwreck has finally been solved, with researchers discovering 20 people died when it was swept out to sea 250 (...)

 Every year, about 450,000 freight units pass through Holyhead, which is run by the Swedish shipping company, Stena Line.  Photograph: Christopher Furlong/ Getty

A UK parliamentary committee has expressed “deep concern” at the failure to build border customs facilities for Welsh port traffic before Brexit comes(...)

Dimitar Dichev (45) has been remanded in custody over a people-trafficking charge.

A Bulgarian man has been charged with two people-trafficking offences after two people were found hidden in a truck at Rosslare Port on Thursday eveni(...)

The truck arrived into the country via Rosslare Port. File photograph: Bryan O Brien

Gardai in west Dublin are investigating possible immigration offences after three men were found in a truck in west Dublin on Monday afternoon. The (...)

The company said the new roles would be in software development, data science and data ethics as well as administrative support. Photograph: iStock

UK research, consultancy and technology company Trilateral Research is to add 40 new jobs at its Waterford-based European operations centre over the n(...)

 Ireland’s Pádraig Harrington lines up a putt on the 18th green during the first round of the Bermuda Championship at Port Royal Golf Course  in Southampton, Bermuda. Photograph: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

There’s life in the old dog yet and all of that. Pádraig Harrington, at the ripe age of 49, rolled back the years to fashion a fine opening round of f(...)

 Hundreds of demonstrators marched in West Philadelphia over the death of Walter Wallace who was killed by police in Philadelphia on Monday. Photograph: Matt Slocum/AP

A curfew was set to go into effect in Philadelphia on Wednesday night, as the city braced itself for a possible third night of protests and looting fo(...)

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