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Passangers at a Luas stop. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Services are now operating on the Luas Green Line after a severe disruption Saturday because of a technical fault. It said its maintenance staff were(...)

The Copper Bar is located within the Beacon South Quarter in Sandyford, Dublin 18.

The exponential growth of both the working and residential population in the Sandyford Business District (SBD) in south Dublin is expected to drive in(...)

Polio survivor Josephine O’Reilly at home in Glenageary, Co Dublin with her husband Thomas. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Ageing polio survivors are “furious” and hurt, saying they have been “abandoned” by the Rehab Group more than 30 years after the Polio Fellowship of I(...)

Karen Ward (left) who received open heart surgery 6 months ago and  her daughter Kim Ward, from Carrikmacross in Co  Monaghan who ran the Marathon  for the Irish Heart Foundation. Photograph:  Collins

Liz Collins is a seasoned mini-marathon participant. Every year since the birth of her daughter, she has joined thousands of women in running the 10km(...)

Alex Findlater, who will be buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Harold’s Cross,  following a funeral in St Brigid’s church, Stillorgan, next Thursday

The former chairman of Findlater Wine Merchants, Alex Findlater, has died following a horse-riding accident in India. Mr Findlater was the last fami(...)

The developer plans to construct a new development comprising three studio units, 17 one-beds, 24 two-beds and 23 three-beds

Developer Homeland Group is seeking planning permission to demolish a mansion at Stillorgan Park, south Dublin, and to construct 67 homes on its lands(...)

O’Briens: since putting in a new management team two decades ago, it has grown to 34 shops in Ireland – employing more than 250 staff – and now two in London

Ireland’s largest family-owned off-licence chain, O’Briens, has moved quietly into the UK market with the acquisition of two shops in London. Indepen(...)

Peter Cosgrave: an appreciation
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  • April 25, 2019, 06:00

Peter Cosgrave, who died last week aged 59, will be remembered as one of the most influential figures in the property industry during a career that s(...)

 Josephine O’Reilly, from Dún Laoghaire, protesting at Rehab with the campaign group Justice for Polio Survivors in 2018. Photograph: Andres Poveda

“Polio” was a word that struck dread into the hearts of Irish parents during the 1940s and 1950s. Until the invention of a vaccine, the epidemic could(...)

“Charles O’Carroll-Kelly isn’t about to be silenced by a bunch of teenagers who’ve been brought up to believe that they don’t have to listen to the opinions of others!”

So it’s, like, the middle of the afternoon when the old man rings. He asks me if I’m at home, then he tells me to come outside because he has a little(...)

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