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The Government plans to spend €2 billion on improving roads, public transport and supporting tourism next year.

The Government plans to spend €2 billion on improving roads, public transport and supporting tourism next year. The Minister for Finance Paschal Dono(...)

Castletown Round House, an Irish Landmark Trust property

Having begun as somewhat of a pipsqueak biting at the heels of more established European Heritage Days, Ireland’s National Heritage Week has now estab(...)

In the space of 10 years, the population of Sallins, Co Kildare, has increased an astonishing 10-fold from 500 to 5,000. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

One of the constant criticisms political reporters hear is that all they hear are the views that are aired “inside the bubble” of Leinster House and, (...)

Nicky Kelly after he was freed from prison in 1984. Photograph: Tom Lawlor/The Irish Times

The Garda has been dogged by controversy and scandal over the last number of years in particular. However, controversy has not ever been far from the (...)

Castle Island, Lough Key Forest Park, Boyle, Co Roscommon. The park offers great walking trails and lots of activities for older children

Good with small children   Burren National Park, Co Clare The orange and green routes make for nice easy walks through woodland and wildflower-(...)

The Department of Transport has said 1,980 kilometres of road will be resurfaced while 2,035 kilometres of road will  be “strengthened”

Government spending on regional and local roads in 2017 will not not be enough to achieve steady state maintenance and prevent the network decaying fu(...)

 John Boyle of BoyleSports: “Jimmy Finlay and his family have built up a great business in Leinster with Bambury”

Bookmaker Boylesports is buying nine betting shops from rival Bambury in a deal announced on Friday. Boylesports has agreed to buy Bambury shops in c(...)

On Christmas Eve, Luas services will stop at 8pm and there will be no services on Christmas Day.

Thousands of people will turn to public transport to travel over the festive and New Year’s party season. Timetables have been changed from normal (...)

Sam Field Corbett on the ‘Laura Lucy’: he suggested a ‘floating village’ to the DDDA which would be fully accessible to the public. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

No mortgage, no exorbitant rent, no property tax, no doors to slam. With an overheated rental market and an acute shortage of social housing onshore, (...)

 Simon Coveney: “I have responsibility to ensure the excessive zoning that occurred in the past in some parts of the country is not repeated.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Minister for Housing Simon Coveney has stymied plans for the development of more than 365 houses in north Kildare, about 10km from the Dublin border.(...)

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