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The stretch of road remains closed to allow for an examination by Garda forensic collision investigators, who are seeking to establish what may have caused the van to crash.  File photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

A man in his 50s has been killed in a single vehicle crash on the M1 motorway, in north Co Dublin, on Monday afternoon. The driver was the sole occu(...)

At $3.3bn the cancer blockbuster drug Keytruda now accounts for more than a quarter of all the sales of MSD’s parent, which trades as Merck in the US and Canada. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Pharma company MSD is looking to fill up to 200 roles across its four Irish sites between now and the end of the year. The sector has been one of the(...)

Billie Keating at Richies Bike Store on Main Street in Swords: ‘The phone hasn’t stopped ringing since we closed.’ Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Richies Bike Store on Main Street in Swords will open its doors on Monday for the first time since the Government ordered all such retailers to close (...)

The late John McGroddy, who died from coronavirus in a nursing home in Swords, north Dublin, and his wife Nell.

A family whose elderly father died in recent days from the coronavirus has described his funeral as “heartbreaking”, particularly so as their mother i(...)

Pub operator J D Wetherspoon posted a 4.7 per cent increase in its like-for-like sales for the second quarter: Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA

Pub operator J D Wetherspoon on Wednesday posted a 4.7 per cent increase in its like-for-like sales for the second quarter, joining peer Mitchells &am(...)

Dublin Fire Brigade brought the blaze at an industrial estate in Swords, Co Dublin under  control. File Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Dublin Fire Brigade has put out to large a fire that broke out at an industrial site in Swords, north Co Dublin on Friday morning. The fire started (...)

Tusla chief executive Bernard Gloster said decisions to close childcare facilities were taken only after careful consideration and a lengthy process. Photograph: Tom Honan

Two creches in Dublin have been ordered to close early in the new year by Tusla after repeated, serious failures to ensure the premises provided a saf(...)

Ger Brennan, who trained as a nurse, was keen to merge his medical interest with sales. After ‘a hundred PFOs’ applying to be a medical rep he landed a contract job with Bayer

Brexit doesn’t worry Ger Brennan. It’s a startling take from an industry leader, given how much the relentless uncertainty over the manner of the even(...)

Anthony Walsh (31) has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Dermot Byrne (54) but guilty to manslaughter at North Street, Swords, Co Dublin on July 16th, 2017.

A man who admits beating a 54-year-old to death told gardaí he was attacked and warned the deceased to “get away from me before I f**king murder you”,(...)

eShopWorld chief executive Tommy Kelly: “We want to get this business rapidly to $1 billion but we don’t see the runway stopping there.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tommy Kelly may run one of the most successful technology companies in the Republic but he laughs at the idea that he is a techie. “People might cal(...)

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