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Aodhán Ó Ríordáin said he believed he had a “strong campaign” and that there was momentum behind his campaign before it was halted by the Covid-19 crisis. Photograph: Frank Miller

The new leader of the Labour Party will be elected on Friday evening after votes are counted by video link due to the coronavirus crisis. The party h(...)

As long as everyone stays within the rules, Revenue is comfortable that this is a well-used and, in the grand scheme of things, modest tax break.

The €3,000 tax free gift frequently features in your column. I have been making such gift (in cash) to my son for years but there is no formal documen(...)

Aerial photograph of Rathcroghan mound, Co Roscommon. Photograph: Joe Fenwick, NUI Galway

What if I were to tell you that the ancient royal capital of Connacht still exists today, with many of its ceremonial and ritualistic buildings still (...)

The Irish Times building at Tara Street in Dublin will be closed for at least 48 hours.

A member of staff at The Irish Times has tested positive for the coronavirus. As a result The Irish Times building at Tara Street in Dublin will be (...)

The Frascati shopping centre in  Blackrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

What’s so good about it? Most people think of Blackrock as a village dense with posh private schools and Ross O’Carroll-Kelly types. The cliche exists(...)

The high-end apartment development at 19 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4

Two Dublin 4 apartment blocks where apartments went for sale last year are now being offered exclusively as rentals. Deerfield on Sandymount Avenue, (...)

 Tara Ní Mhóráin, who is on the new entrants pay scale, is one of thousands of teachers set to strike on Tuesday.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

Tara Ní Mhóráin (29), a secondary school teacher, works a part-time job in order to make ends meet. So, too, do the two other teachers she shares a ho(...)

Raheny Village, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

What’s so good about it? Living by the sea is a dream for many; while Raheny’s house prices have climbed in the past decade, they’re not as forbiddin(...)

The Green Party has launched its air quality policy by highlighting one of Dublin’s air quality blackspots. From left: Cllr Roderic O’Gorman, Dublin West candidate, Cllr Neasa Hourigan, Dublin Central candidate and Cllr David Healy, Dublin Bay North candidate. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The Green party in government would extend the smokey-coal ban throughout the country, increase air monitoring in high risk areas, and roll-out an ini(...)

Six specimens of the deadly poisonous  Amanita virosa  mushroom.

Two people suffered life-threatening health problems as a result of eating wild mushrooms last year, according to a new report. One of them, a man, r(...)

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