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Liam Tilly in his Christmas jumper outside his house on Bath Avenue in Sandymount, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Liam Tilly is not going mad for Christmas this year. He has ordered only three turkeys: one each for two of his sons, and one for himself. Each one wi(...)

Many people arrived at the Capuchin Day Centre in Smithfield to collect Christmas parcels of food. Photograph: James Forde/ The Irish Times

Almost 3,000 Christmas food parcels, with basics like tea, cheese, cold meats and biscuits, were provided to some of the poorest and most vulnerable D(...)

Soldiers and a bomb disposal unit vehicle outside the family court building at Phoenix House in the  Smithfield area of Dublin. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

A family law judge refused to leave a Dublin courtroom on Thursday when confronted by a man claiming to have a bomb and a gun. Judge Susan Ryan of th(...)

Armed gardaí near the family courts in Smithfield, Dublin, on Thursday. Photograph: Collins

A permanent Garda presence had been approved for the Phoenix House family court facility in Smithfield, Dublin just three days before a man held sever(...)

Gardaí assisting a woman from the  courthouse in Smithfield on Thursday. Photograph: Collins

The Courts Service has expressed serious concern at how a man was able to enter a family court in Dublin today claiming to have a gun and an explosive(...)

“One evolutionary zealot told me to let my little girl pull the tree down to teach her not to mess with it again” Photograph: iStock

I’ve seen Elf many times and in many ways. I’ve watched it on old-school television, downloaded it from legally grey areas, streamed it using more cer(...)

Jo’Burger, which originated from a single outlet in Rathmines, had previously been in insolvency in 2009 but continued trading after a rescue deal was agreed with an examiner

The Jo’Burger restaurant group controlled by businessman Joe Macken, which operated from at least six Dublin premises, has gone into liquidation. The(...)

Premises on Patrick Street in Cork can offer yields above 6 per cent. Photograph: Eric Luke

Which sectors of the market will be most active next year? The residential investment market is likely to see another strong year, with increased dema(...)

A photograph from the launch of Trasna, a new Irish healthcare company, in October. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Irish patients are travelling in record numbers to other EU states for medical procedures to escape long waiting lists at home, new figures show. Som(...)

The first official Dublin Monopoly game lands in shops today but the capital’s residential addresses have been wiped from the board in favour of touri(...)

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