Dún Laoghaire

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Boole House comprises a three-storey, 42,000sq ft Grade A office block and 119 car parking spaces.

The Layden Group looks set to secure a significant return on its investment in a south Dublin office building which it acquired in the depths of the f(...)

Michael Hynes. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Eddie Byrne and Michael Hynes may not quite finish each other’s sentences. But they’re not far off. The joint managing partners of residential develop(...)

A computer-generated image of the apartments DWS is acquiring at Cheevers Court and Haliday House.

The Cosgrave Property Group has sold 368 apartments it is developing in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin to Deutsche Bank subsidiary DWS for about €200 millio(...)

The scene of the crime on December 24th, 2017, at  Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, where  Stephanie Ng was assaulted. File photograph: Dave Meehan

In recent years the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has shown an increasing tendency to appeal sentences it considers too soft – b(...)

Sphanie Ng leaving the Central Criminal Court in Dublin last year after a teenager was sentenced to 11 years for her attempted murder. Photograph: Courtesy of RTÉ News

A teenage boy who tried to murder a woman he met on an internet dating app will serve a further two years detention before his 11-year sentence is rev(...)

David and Stephanie Duffy and Tom and Oyun-Erdene Duffy, co-owners of Tom Duffy’s Circus, at their practice grounds near Navan, Co Meath. Photograph: Alan Betson

David Duffy, the managing director of Duffy’s Circus, lives, eats and breathes the big tent, the performers, the noise. This year, Duffy’s Circus, a s(...)

Stephanie Ng leaves the Central Criminal Court in Dublin in November 2019. Photograph: RTÉ News

The father of a teenage boy who tried to murder a woman he met on an internet dating app has apologised to the victim saying: “There is no excuse for (...)

The pedestrianisation of New Street in Malahide is currently midway through a 10-week trial. Photograph: Orla Murray

If there is any silver lining for Dublin to the health and economic disaster of the coronavirus pandemic, it has to be the emergence of measures to im(...)

Richard Bruton, the new chairman of Fine Gael’s parliamentary party. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

An urban-versus-rural battle in Fine Gael this week revived memories of the Great Heave of 2010, when country and western Enda Kenny routed the leader(...)

An additional €15 million in supports is to rehabilitate 33,000 hectares of Bord na Móna peatlands, Green Party Minister for Climate Action, Communication Networks and Transport Eamon Ryan said. Photograph: Stephen Collins /Collins Photos Dublin

The Government’s stimulus plan provides an opportunity to transform the transport environment in urban areas within six months, according to Minister (...)

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