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Assistant Commissioner John O’Driscoll, who is assigned a lead role within An Garda Síochána, said ‘significant success has been achieved in recent times’. Photograph: Frank Miller

More than €24 million has been seized and€11 million forfeited to the State since the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau (GNDOCB) was est(...)

The Met Éireann office in Glasnevin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The 1970s Met Office in Glasnevin, a 1950s bathing shelter in Clontarf, a 1960s church, and a 1980s port building have been recommended for addition t(...)

The study looks at disclosure practices in five areas: anti-corruption and anti-bribery programmes, financial transparency, open governance, responsible political engagement, and whistleblowing policies

Irish public sector bodies, including semi-State companies and universities, need to be more proactive in publishing information that shows how they m(...)

The proposed Dart Underground line, linking Heuston Station to the Dart line by tunnelling under the city via St Stephen’s Green, will not be built before 2042, according to the NTA

No metro lines will be developed to the south or west of Dublin, and the Dart underground line has been shelved for at least 20 years following a revi(...)

 Matthew Fitzpatrick:  “It gives me obviously a great chance to get my season off to a great start to try and make the Tour Championship next year.” Photograph: Jose Manuel Alvarez/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images

Matt Fitzpatrick is relishing his status as tournament favourite as he seeks a first PGA Tour title to make it back-to-back wins since his Ryder Cup n(...)

Benjamin Franklin on the $100 bill. During the autumn of 1771, the future signatory of the US Declaration of Independence visited Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

Benjamin Franklin was America’s first diplomat, initially in London where he represented a number of the colonies between 1757 and 1775 and later as t(...)

Dockers and port workers  protest in the Italian port of Trieste on Friday over a new measure requiring all workers  to present a coronavirus health pass before entering their workplaces. Photograph: Ansa/AFP via Getty Images

Protesters took to the streets of Italy on Friday to express their anger at the introduction of mandatory workplace Covid-19 health passes, one of the(...)

Members of the 119th Unifil Infantry Battalion heading to Lebanon in November at the Glen of Imaal. Photograph: Alan Betson

It is not every day that a soldier gets to fire a €150,000 missile. In fact, in the Defence Forces it happens about once a year. The Javelin anti-tan(...)

The new service commenced weekly operations on Wednesday with plans to expand to twice-weekly within eight weeks. Photograph: Port of Waterford

Iarnród Éireann and transportation services provider XPO Logistics have teamed up to launch a new direct rail freight service between Ballina, Co Mayo(...)

Some of the 21 synchronised swimmers training for their charity performance in Clontarf Baths with coach Aoife Drumm. Photograph: Alan Betson

The morning is still and dull around the Clontarf Baths. The sky is porridge grey thanks to a curtain of mist hanging down so low you can barely make (...)

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