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Thomas Doyle was not in court and the matter was adjourned.

A developer is facing jail over allegedly failing to obey court orders to carry out works at an unfinished housing estate in Co Wicklow. The estate at(...)

Louth County Council has tendered for specialist firms to help remove 500  tonnes of  toxic sludge.

The DPP is believed to have recommended a prosecution in relation to alleged illegal dumping on a large site in County Louth. The estimate of the volu(...)

John Deasy: said the decision by Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar to make the funding available was a recognition by the Government that a relatively modest outlay by the State could yield major benefits for the region’s economy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The decision by the Department of Transport to provide funding of more than €400,000 for a runway extension at Waterford Airport has been welcomed.Wat(...)

Some of the many shops that  have closed for business on George’s Street in Dún Laoghaire. Photograph: Eric Luke

“Marks and Spencer closing isn’t the end of the world. It’s just another shop,” states Graham Mongey. Mongey is one of three family members who own JJ(...)

The weir at the Dropping Well on the river Dodder, one of the barriers to be modified in a new fish-pass scheme. Photograph: Eric Luke

Several man-made weirs on Dublin’s Dodder river are to be modified to allow wild salmon and sea trout back upstream for the first time in more than 2(...)

Daniel O’Connell, Banaher, Co. Offally takes a break on his way down the mountain during his pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick. Photograph: Michael McLaughlin

Three pilgrims have been taken to hospital suffering from injuries and suspected heart attacks sustained on the annual pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick(...)

Litter bags awaiting removal yesterday. Photograph: Fingal County Council

Fingal County Council crews collected some 3,000 bags of rubbish on beaches last weekend as littering soared in line with the high temperatures. Norma(...)

 Michael Ryan outside Waterford Circuit Court after being found not guilty  of   corruption. Photograph: Patrick Browne

A millionaire property developer walked free from court yesterday after a jury found him not guilty of making corrupt payments to a politician in 2006(...)

Some DIT staff have objected to the use of Shell money at a recent staff meeting. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

An innovative new art degree, to be part-funded by Shell, is causing controversy among staff at two third-level colleges. The proposed new visual art (...)

Firefighters Mark O’Shaughnessy (left) and Brian Murray: they died in a fire at a disused building in Bray in 2007.  Photograph: Niall Carson

Sparks from the welding of a door on a derelict building caused the fire that led to the deaths of two Wicklow firefighters, a trial has heard.Brian M(...)

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