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Brian Stack who was chief prison officer at Portlaoise Prison was shot in Dublin in 1983.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that Senator Máire Devine’s offensive retweet referring to the late Brian Stack is as insulting as former MP for West (...)

The house Árd na Glaise on Stillorgan Park Road, Dublin, and the two-acre development site

Listed house-builder Cairn Homes has sold a prime residential site in Stillorgan, Dublin, that it acquired in 2015 for €5.45 million. The two-acre si(...)

Noel McGrath, Caitlín Nic Aoidh and James Patrice at the launch of Seachtain Na Gaeilge le Energia which runs from  March 1st - 17th. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography.

A TG4 weather presenter, a ‘Glitter Guru’, and a Tipperary hurler have joined forces to promote one of the biggest celebrations of the Irish language (...)

I end up spending a huge amount of the week – much like the rest of you, I’m sure – lying in bed, watching Johnny Sexton’s drop goal against France ov(...)

A bank which claimed an 88-year-old woman had no defence to a debt she guaranteed on behalf of her son had put forward “fake evidence” in support of i(...)

Alison with  Lir Playschool owner Kerrie Redford; Dr David Menzies, a consultant in emergency medicine at St Vincent’s Hospital; dad Ben Slater; mum Ruth Kidney holding their younger daughter Emma. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Alison ate some yogurt. Within 10 minutes, her eyes and lips had swollen and she was vomiting. She was in anaphylactic shock. Within 15 minutes, her(...)

Donnybrook fair has six stores in total, five of which are located in Dublin.

High-end Dublin grocery store group Donnybrook Fair turned back to profitability in the year to the end of January 2017 on the back of “improved tradi(...)

Some 20 pubs changed hands last year for over €22 million. Photograph: iStock

The value of Dublin pub sales in 2017 fell by almost 50 per cent on the previous year as the volume of activity dropped. Figures released Wednesday (...)

Reclining Rossmesiter. “Some of the character names,” Paul Howard couldn’t help but notice, “were not as funny as the real names of many of the competition entrants.”

I was overwhelmed by the response to the competition to create a character for the next Ross O’Carroll-Kelly book. There were hundreds of entries and (...)

Patrick Guilbaud on Noma? “It’s not for me.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Beneath Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on Dublin’s Merrion Street, in a temperature-controlled room, thousands of wine bottles line the red-brick racks w(...)

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