Portmarnock

104 results

Gavin Hydes, chief executive of Joe Duffy Motors Group:  “Every time we sell a car, I’m collecting between €10,500 and €11,000 worth of tax.”  Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Finglas now proudly boasts a €10 million motoring temple to Porsche, nestled in the shadow of the M50’s Junction 5. It’s an improbable location for a(...)

‘Mam says the wait was probably the scariest part of the ordeal. But the good news was that it hadn’t spread.’ Photograph: iStock

In Ireland an average of 40,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed every year – the disease affects all of us. Recent figures show that one in nine wom(...)

Most complaints are made by people living on Dublin’s northside in areas located on or close to flight paths, including The Ward, Portmarnock and St Margaret’s. Photograph: Getty Images

A number of repeat objectors are responsible for an almost-tenfold increase in complaints about noise from aircraft using Dublin Airport in the first (...)

Rescue services at Portmarnock beach in Dubin. Photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade

A five-year-old girl swept out to sea on an inflatable device was rescued by three members of the public on Monday who took up to 20 minutes to swim b(...)

Cork golfer James Sugrue  progressed to the 36-holes British Amateur Championship final against Scotland’s Euan Walker. Photograph: Pat Cashman

An SOS call was put out for ropes to use for crowd control, such were the size of the galleries which descended on the famed north Dublin links of Por(...)

Conor Purcell: faces a battle to make the top 64 and the matchplay stages following a 76 at The Island. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The 10th hole at The Island Golf Club, the superbly manicured links in Donabate which in the old days used to be reached by a boat across the estuary (...)

Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links has a unique connection to the Jameson whiskey family

US real estate investment group Kennedy Wilson will be hoping to secure a significant return on its investment in the Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Lin(...)

Laura Mulvey, whose daughter attends Scoil an Duinnínigh, in Co Dublin, is frustrated by unclear answers about the divestment process. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Outside the gates of Catholic national schools in the affluent suburbs of Malahide and Portmarnock this week, there was only one topic of conversation(...)

A vote was due to take place next week by parents to measure their interest in divesting from a Catholic school to another patron body in the area. Photograph: Thinkstock

The Archdiocese of Dublin is to postpone voting over plans to divest a Catholic school of its patronage in the north of the city following “confusion (...)

Christmas crib. The parents’ association of St Oliver Plunkett’s School in Malahide has warned that the loss of the school’s religious ethos could lead to the cancellation of nativity plays and carol services. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Department of Education has rejected claims that pupils in Catholic schools where there is a change in patronage will be prevented from celebratin(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »