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Residential investment sales in the capital  amounted to €930 million last year,  up 185 per cent on 2017. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The build-to-rent sector is the most vibrant part of the Irish investment market and has considerable potential for “sustained growth” over the next f(...)

Robbie Malone, his son Dean and sister Tina Norton at Robbie’s Greengrocer in Kilmacud, Dublin. James Forde for the Irish Times

Robbie’s Greengrocer and Food Store is to Kilmacud what Naturalia is to Paris and Harvest Market is to Brooklyn: a greengrocer and food store redefini(...)

An incident took place last Thursday at around 7pm.

Gardaí are investigating an alleged sexual assault in south Dublin last Thursday. There was an incident on Lower Kilmacud Road in Stillorgan at aroun(...)

Sorcha calls us for dinner – or what she calls dinner? When I arrive downstairs to the kitchen, the island is covered with what look like the ing(...)

The Centra shop on Kilmacud Road Lower in south Dublin Photograph: Google Maps

Three men have been charged in connection with a raid at a shop in Stillorgan, Dublin at the weekend in which staff were threatened with a hatchet. A(...)

The court heard Darren Larkin has 73 previous convictions. File Photograph: Collins Courts.

A vulnerable homeless man assaulted a motorist by hurling a rock through her passenger window, a court has heard. Garda Liam Carroll revealed that Ja(...)

Tony Walsh’s abuse of one boy in Ballyfermot from 1978 to 1983 was so extreme that he was sentenced in December 2010 to a total of 123 years.

Former priest Tony Walsh, who was jailed on Wednesday for indecently assaulting a boy 35 year ago, was described by the Murphy Commission as “the most(...)

Retail property is now undergoing an overdue development phase in Dublin  city centre. Photograph: Alan Betson

In any form of investing, it is always difficult to fight sentiment. This is no less true when considering the negative popular perception that surrou(...)

Parents whose children  will be starting school in the next five years will be entitled to vote using the Department of Education’s new online patronage process system. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Parents will on Monday be invited to vote for their preferred patron bodies to run 12 new primary schools which will be established next year in areas(...)

 Pope Francis mugs among some of the range of Pope Francis memorabilia and souvenirs on sale at Veritas  earlier this year . Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

It appears that not even the word of God is safe from the relentless march of technology with Veritas, the religious books and gifts retailer, announc(...)

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