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Michael O’Sullivan and Matt Murphy are pictured outside their favorite cafe, Lilliput Stores in Stoneybatter. File photograph: James Forde/The Irish Times.

A man who married his long-time friend for tax purposes two years ago, has died aged 84. The unorthodox union of Matt Murphy and Michael O’Sullivan ((...)

The mirrored room is lit by red neon strips, and I look around in awe as he explains how Shred and Tread worksPhotograph: Nick Bradshaw

It is before dawn on one of the shortest days of the year when I discover there is a line in the sand which I will not cross and it spells the word Zu(...)

Representatives from a number of organisations at the launch of the Courting Disaster campaign at Hammond Lane in Smithfield in Dublin where it is proposed a new family law court be constructed.  Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography/PA Wire

A number of organisations have called on the Government to allocate funding for a dedicated family law court at Hammond Lane in Smithfield in Dublin, (...)

(L TO R) Kieran Stafford, SVP national president & Bernie Hogan, President of St Michan’s Conference,during an unveiling by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) of a plaque where the first meeting of the Society was held in Dublin 175 years ago on Charles Street West, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A plaque marking the place where the Society of St Vincent de Paul first met in Ireland, 175 years ago, was unveiled in Dublin on Sunday. The foundin(...)

The lobby of Dublin’s Hendrick Hotel, which is for sale for €50m

Just over six months on from its official opening, Dublin’s first street art hotel, the Hendrick in Smithfield, is being offered for sale quietly by i(...)

Barry McCormack: I had all these songs about Dublin and then I sort of put them to the side and thought what else do I do?   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Barry McCormack, once a singer with 1990s indie band Jubilee Allstars and now a creator of wry, literate folk songs, is one of Ireland’s best songwrit(...)

The violence broke out on a tram on which members of a far-right anti-Islam organisation were travelling to a demonstration.  File Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Seven Dublin men who were involved in a violent disorder on board a Luas tram have received fully suspended sentences. The violence broke out on a tr(...)

Niall Wynn, owner  of the Proper Order Coffee Company in Dublin’s Smithfield, with one of his compostable coffee cups. Photograph: Alan Betson

A proposed new levy on disposable cups will unfairly penalise coffee shops and consumers who are already committed to moving away from single-use plas(...)

Ambulance and fire crews deal with a fire at a property on Clanbrassil Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade

Dublin Fire Brigade has received more than 3,000 calls in the last week, as the fire and rescue service prepares for its busiest night of the year on (...)

Firefighter sub officer Darren O’Connor showcases the dangers of fireworks.

The number of medical emergencies as a result of fireworks around the Halloween period has continued to rise in recent years, Dublin Fire Brigade has (...)

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