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A street trader at the 1916  site on Moore Street, Dublin, during the anniversary year of 2016. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The redevelopment of the Moore Street area of Dublin and the creation of a “new quarter” in the north inner city has taken a step closer with the appo(...)

Russian president Vladimir Putin:  the Department of Foreign Affairs has been silent on his recent re-election. Photograph: Yuri Kadobnov/Reuters

It’s only eight years since Mary McAleese became the first Irish president to meet a Russian counterpart in the Kremlin, but her visit already belongs(...)

The poster-adorned offices of Cambridge Analytica. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty

In numbers: Bad debt hunting $148 million The Weinstein Company has this amount of unsecured obligations, plus another $345 million in secured debt,(...)

Deal opens up the possbility that Ryanair could ultimately do a deal to buy aircraft from Airbus, which supplies LaudaMotion’s planes. Photograph: Reuters

Ryanair is buying 75 per cent of an airline founded by multiple Formula One champion, Niki Lauda, in its first acquisition in 15 years. The move giv(...)

Mediterranean sun: Aphrodite’s Rock, in Cyprus

Spain: Canaries and Costa del Sol You might find a big discount on a trip to Gran Canaria, with prices from €467 per person sharing, and across the C(...)

A police officer passes by a forensic expert after  a knife attack on the streets of Vienna, Austria. Photograph: AP Photo/Ronald Zak

Three people were seriously injured in a knife attack in the Austrian capital Vienna on Wednesday evening, the Austrian Press Agency (APA) has quoted(...)

File photograph of Sergei Skripal at a hearing at the Moscow military district court, Russia, in August 2006. File photograph: Kommersant/Yuri Senatorov via Reuters

The former Russian spy Sergei Skripal was deliberately poisoned with a nerve agent in a case that is now being treated as attempted murder, the police(...)

Zara’s Planet: people told Zara Stassin that her equestrian-holiday company would never work. Today she sends more than 1,600 people to their own horsey heaven in more than 30 countries

Anyone over 40 will remember how the late, great Gillian Bowler put package holidays on the map here with Budget Travel. The original low-cost-marketi(...)

According to Reptrak, Dublin’s reputation improved across all measurements compared to 2017.  Photograph: Donal Murphy

Dublin’s reputation is stronger than those of Madrid, San Francisco and New York, a new study shows. City Reptrak, which rates cites where people wou(...)

The dog interacts with a touchscreen game – by nose, not paws – in order to carry out simple tasks in exchange for a treat.

You can – and should – teach old dogs new tricks, say cognitive biologists at the Messerli Research Institute in Vienna, where a brain training app is(...)

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