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Dublin Bus. File photograph: Alan Betson

Twenty-one Dublin bus routes will be rerouted from Sunday to facilitate the new cross-city Luas lines. Buses will no longer be able to turn right at (...)

Some Dublin cafes have hit back the prospect of yet another Starbucks in the centre. Photograph: Alan Betson

Starbucks, oh how people love to hate you, and yet there’s always a queue at your tills. Every second someone somewhere in the world is forking o(...)

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron and his predecessor, Nick Clegg. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty

The Liberal Democrats added three seats in the UK election, an improvement on their disastrous 2015 performance, but their 12-seat haul masked embarra(...)

Manchester United fans before the Uefa Europa League Final at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. Photograph: Nick Potts/PA Wire

Manchester United’s ill-fated Irish trading arm reported an operating income of €50,000 last year. Accounts filed for Manchester United Commercial En(...)

Pia Bang Stokes: debts written off in  personal insolvency arrangement. Photograph: Collins

The High Court has approved the write-off of about €12 million in debt owed by Pia Bang Stokes and her husband, Jeffrey Stokes, who previously ran the(...)

With the economy expected to continue its recovery and a number of significant developments due to enter the construction phase, it is likely the number of cranes on Dublin’s skyline will increase. Photograph: Alan Betson

There were 60 construction cranes visible over the centre of Dublin on February 1st from the seventh floor of The Irish Times building on Tara Street.(...)

Kathleen Dunne, of Blanchardstown, Dublin leaving the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins

A woman has been awarded €140,000 by the High Court for injuries suffered when she tripped on an uneven footpath. Kathleen Dunne, Whitestown Green, B(...)

The former D’Olier Street HQ of The Irish Times The Irish Times was based in the Westmoreland Street/Fleet Street/D’Olier Street triangle from 1895 until 2006

A German investment fund is in pole position to purchase the former headquarters of The Irish Times on Dublin’s D’Olier Street and Fleet Street for a (...)

The town of Cobh, seen from Spike Island, Co Cork

“Upon no other island on the Irish Coast have so many eyes rested or so few persons voluntarily set foot.” Thus wrote James Coleman in his book The S(...)

A new boundary made from pre-rusted Corten steel panels will replace the late 19th-century stone wall at southern end of the two-acre site, with a relocated 10-tonne Stothert & Pitt 1950s crane rearing up above the new wall

Dublin Port, for long a nearly enclosed semi-industrial estate at the eastern end of Docklands, is planning to open up to the city with an imaginativ(...)

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