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A series of yellow rain and wind warnings are in place today. Graphic via Met Éireann

A series of weather warnings are in force for much of the country today as the remnants of ‘Storm Alex’ crosses the country. A status yellow rainfall(...)

A woman walking in the rain on Dublin’s O’Connell Street in June. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Rainfall totals were above average for most weather stations last month, according to a report from Met Éireann. Newport in Co Mayo had its wettest (...)

Northumberland Road: a  discreet refurbishment by Declan O’Donnell of ODKM Architects.  Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy

Beneath the calm exterior of a two-storey redbrick in D4 is a host of high-spec tech that makes the listed building feel warm and modern with much of (...)

One of the Russian Tupolev TU-95 Bear bombers that entered international airspace controlled by the Irish Aviation Authority off Ireland’s west coast.   One of the Russian Tupolev TU-95 Bear bombers that entered international airspace controlled by the Irish Aviation Authority off Ireland’s west coast.

Just what is Russia up to? The Kremlin’s flying of Russian strategic bomber aircraft around Britain and Ireland on three occasions recently has certai(...)

One of the Russian Tupolev TU-95 Bear bombers that entered international airspace controlled by the Irish Aviation Authority off Ireland’s west coast.

Russia is flying bombers into Irish-controlled airspace to test response times by the RAF and other Nato airforces and to “map” radar coverage, accord(...)

Pointy co-founders Mark Cummins and Charles Bibby.

It was after a party at which Mark Cummins (36) was enjoying a craft beer bought from a nearby supermarket where the entrepreneur got the idea for Poi(...)

The latest legal initiative comes from the Belfast solicitor Kevin Winters, who specialises in Troubles-related litigation.

A fresh attempt to sue Libya for supplying the IRA with the plastic explosive Semtex during the Troubles is being launched by victims and the bereaved(...)

The three towers at the old port of La Rochelle.

We hadn’t all been on holiday together since the 1980s, when our Volkswagen Jetta was a regular fixture on the Irish Ferries boat to France as soon as(...)

On hand to wish cyclist Joanne Hession, right,   a safe journey were, from left, Mary Rose Burke  and Anne O’Leary, all from the Dublin Chamber of Commerce. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Some 36 members of Dublin Chamber of Commerce hope to raise €25,000 from the organisation’s fourth charity cycle across France from Biarritz on the Ba(...)

People gather to watch the tall ships arrive in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Tall masts and white sails swaying in the wind as far as the eye can see; The Tall Ships Regatta 2018 has landed in Dublin. Sixteen ships have raced (...)

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