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Two Irish men have been charged in the UK with serious offences including conspiring to import drugs and weapons. A third Irish man (61) arrested in(...)

The report estimated there are around 650 individuals engaged in a loosely organised criminal network in the Dublin South Central Area comprising of career criminals, street dealers and children who provide supports. File photograph: iStock

Criminal gangs deliberately engage in anti-social behaviour in parts of Dublin’s southside as a mechanism to maintain control over an area and facilit(...)

87 Heytesbury Street, Portobello, Dublin 8

87 Heytesbury Street, Portobello, Dublin 8 Terraced three-bedroom house of around 115sq m (1,238 sq ft) in need of complete refurbishment but retaini(...)

Key Waste, which is headquartered in Walkinstown in Dublin, may be worth up to €50 million

Key Waste, one of the State’s largest waste firms, reported a 16 per cent increase in turnover to €20.7 million last year. The company is reportedly t(...)

Bunting Road, Walkinstown, Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

What’s so good about it? Is it fair to call Walkinstown a well-kept secret? The reputations of nearby Crumlin, Drimnagh, Clondalkin and Terenure are (...)

The leafy New Cabra Road, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Cabra is a well-established neighbourhood. In the 1940s, Dublin Corporation created hundreds of homes in the area between th(...)

Working Abroad Q&A: Rosie Casey, from Walkinstown in Dublin, now lives in Newport in Shropshire, where she works as a handmade(...)

Maddix and his mother, Nadine Staunton, who is struggling to find a new school for her son. Photograph: James Forde

Aidan Ennis (6), from Cherry Orchard, Dublin, will be almost eight before he finally starts school. He has autism, and his mother, Louise Lawlor, has(...)

Constellations: Sinéad Gleeson and (inset) Anne Enright. Photographs: Tom Honan and Alan Betson

On Wednesday evening Anne Enright, the Booker-winning author of The Green Road, Making Babies and The Gathering, launched Constellations: Reflections (...)

The old Dulux Paints factory in Drimnagh on Dublin’s southside.

A branch of one of the Republic’s best-known building families is seeking fast-track planning permission to build more than 260 apartments for rent. (...)

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