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The FinCEN files show that the world’s largest banks play a key role in the massive flow of funds out of Russia into the West.

An unprecedented glimpse into the staggering amounts of suspect money that flow through the international banking system is revealed in leaked files f(...)

Dublin’s drink only-pubs will not be allowed to reopen next week as planned due to rising coronavirus cases in the capital.

Dublin’s drink only-pubs will not be allowed to reopen next week as planned due to rising coronavirus cases in the capital. The move to delay the Sep(...)

Dr Ronan Glynn: ‘It’s all time for us to redouble our effort to say safe.’

The rise in cases in Dublin is being driven by household transmission, the acting chief medical officer Dr Ronan Glynn has stated. Dr Glynn said ther(...)

Epidemiologist Prof Sam McConkey says the wide differences in Covid rates seen in Dublin shows a general lockdown of the city would not be justified. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Parts of Dublin have Covid-19 infection rates 2½ times as high as neighbouring areas in the capital, according to the latest figures from the Health P(...)

The new bylaws will extend the 30km/h limit to almost all major approach roads to the city

Dublin City Council plans to press ahead with making 30km/h the “default speed limit” across the city and suburbs despite public opposition to the mov(...)

Victoria and her three children.

Lots of women might relate to actor, writer, producer and mother-of-three Victoria Smurfit’s description of childbirth as an “extreme sport” but possi(...)

Shop owners have been told not to confront  customers who are not complying with mandatory face coverings. File photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Shop owners faced with customers who are not complying with mandatory face coverings have received clear advice from Convenience Stores and Newsagents(...)

A cyclist using the cycleway on Seapoint Avenue, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Plans to restrict Strand Road in Sandymount to one-way traffic were branded “brave”, “fantastic” and “disastrous” by those enjoying the sunshine on th(...)

Gaz Smith outside his restaurant  Michael’s of Mount Merrion. ‘I see the blended use of space being with us for a while.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

“Dublin city centre is an absolute disaster. It’s a tumbleweed situation, especially after 6pm when businesses close. Last night we did 16 people, and(...)

A glorious day on the beach in Lahinch. Photograph: Ross Kinnaird/Getty

The July stimulus plan announced by the Government this week is a step in the right direction. Expect more because the economic heft needed to lift th(...)

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