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5 Casimir Avenue, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W

5 Casimir Avenue, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W An Edwardian three-bedroom terraced redbrick in a popular location. There is around 122 sq m of of living(...)

The Bernard Shaw:  Bodytonic said it would be closing the pub at the end of October.   Photograph: Tom Honan /The Irish Times

The planned closure of the Bernard Shaw pub and venue in Portobello, Dublin has been greeted with shock, sadness and as an indication that Dublin is c(...)

11 Park Drive, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

A 1930s bungalow on a quiet street a short walk from the Cowper Luas stop in Ranelagh has been given a complete makeover since it was bought 10 years (...)

The Seabren deal is the first that the pair have done since Castlehaven joined forces with Avenue late last month. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty

Castlehaven Finance and Avenue Capital will loan developer Michael Moran €20 million to fund home building on two high-profile sites in what is the le(...)

26 Glasnevin Drive, Dublin 11

26 Glasnevin Drive, Glasnevin, Dublin 11 Renovated and extended three-bedroom semi with around 149 sq m of living space, a converted attic and a large(...)

From September 1st, city businesses will have to pay an annual licence fee of €630 to erect sandwich boards outside their premises. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Gardaí agreed to support a Dublin City Council “blitz” on unauthorised sandwich boards on the city’s streets, minutes of an internal council meeting s(...)

Ellen O’Carroll of the Presentation Girls’ School in Kilkenny scored eight H1s in her exams. Photograph: Facebook

Download  2019 Leaving Cert results by grade and subject When Fiachra O’Farrell (18) walked into his headmaster’s office this morning to hear hi(...)

Rachel Waite, originally from Wisconsin, USA, with her dog Rooney. Photograph: Dave Meehan for The Irish Times

When Rachel Waite was 10 years’ old, an Irish family moved into her local area. She briefly met the McCarthy boys while in primary school but it wasn’(...)

When O’Hara made an emotional return to Cong in 2011 for celebrations to mark the 60th anniversary of The Quiet Man, parish priest Fr Paddy Gilligan was asked to privately bring her communion in her room at Ashford Castle

The woman who would become the film star Maureen O’Hara was born in August 1920 as Maureen FitzSimons on Beechwood Avenue in Ranelagh. Her mother had (...)

The actions concerning Trevor White, above, and members of his family arose following the breakdown of a settlement agreement entered into in 2017 in relation to  loan facilities advanced in 2005

Publisher Trevor White has resolved a High Court dispute with a financial fund on terms which will allow him to keep his family home. In separate bu(...)

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