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 John and Louise Wills with photos of their baby daughter Eibhlín Wills who died aged  12 days old from the common cold sore virus. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A 12-day-old baby died after contracting the common cold sore virus in hospital days after her birth, Dublin Coroner’s Court has heard. Eibhlín Wills(...)

South Dublin County Council’s MyDoorstep. Photograph: Ben Ryan

With 40,000 new homes scheduled for development in South County Dublin in the coming years, South Dublin County Council showed good foresight this wee(...)

Coach House and Mill Cottage in Bolton Park, in Rathfarnham in Dublin

The development at Bolton Park in Rathfarnham – a mix of townhouses and the sale of Bolton Hall – is complete, with the final two properties now on th(...)

Mothers chatting at the entrance to a tenement building in Dublin, circa 1945. The contraceptive pill arrived in Ireland in 1963, however contraception was not legalised here until 1980 Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

The Redemptorist “How many children have you?” asked The big Redemptorist. “Six, Father.” “The last, When was it born?” “Ten months ago.” “I cannot a(...)

Members of the Garda at a checkpoint. Stock image

A woman in her 80s has died after she hit by a car in south Dublin on Wednesday. Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the the incident that happene(...)

The Grange Hill development is close to Dundrum Town Centre, Beacon South Quarter, Marlay Park and a range of sporting and recreational activities

A ready-to-go residential site of four acres in the Grange Hill development in Rathfarnham, Dublin 16, is fresh to the market this week for €6.5 milli(...)

Betty Maher (102): “I would advise people to keep active and have a hobby” Photograph: Dave Meehan for The Irish Times

If all the advice on healthy ageing could be encapsulated into one short sentence, it would be to “keep your mind and body active”. Even people suffe(...)

A High Court judge has ruled that a Dublin woman who inherited her family home is entitled to a tax exemption. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A High Court judge has ruled that a Dublin woman who inherited her family home is entitled to a tax exemption. Ms Justice Caroline Costello agreed w(...)

An original Proclamation document  was to be the star lot of the Eclectic Collector sale at Whyte’s Auction House in Dublin, featuring various historical documents and artefacts, before a private sale was agreed. File photograph: Whyte’s

An original copy of the Irish Proclamation was withdrawn ahead of auction on Saturday after being sold for €100,000 by private treaty. It was to be (...)

 Inspectors identified problems in relation to staffing availability, consent to treatment and individual care plans. File photograph: Frank Miller

Concerns have been raised around the welfare of residents in two mental health facilities in Cork and Dublin after inspectors identified problems in r(...)

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