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 Eatyard at the Bernard Shaw pub. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Bernard Shaw pub and event space on Dublin’s South Richmond Street may be closing at the end of the month, but the eclectic mixture of old-fashion(...)

Máire Kane and Hannah Grogan, winners of the 2019 national James Dyson Award, with Medicall Ambulance Service operations director Andrew Lyle.

A new invention, which could reduce the volume of clinical waste in a healthcare emergency by up to 67 per cent, has won the 2019 national James Dyson(...)

In 2016, Tristan Capital Partners paid €72.5 million to acquire 197 apartments at the Neptune block at the Cosgrave Group’s Honeypark scheme in Dún Laoghaire

European real estate investment specialists Tristan Capital Partners and its Irish operating partners, SW3 Capital, are seeking offers in excess of €2(...)

Ambulance travel times for major trauma patients to Dublin hospitals are well within internationally recommended targets, a new study states. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Ambulance travel times for major trauma patients to Dublin hospitals are well within internationally recommended targets, a new study states. On aver(...)

Residents of South Richmond St and Rosedale Terrace demonstrate outside the offices of Val Issuer on Molesworth Street with members of People Before Profit. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Low and middle-income tenants from properties in south Dublin demonstrated on Wednesday outside offices of management companies overseeing efforts to (...)

South Dublin County Council and Dun Laoghaire Rathdown (DLR) County Council voted on Monday night to apply the maximum discount of 15 per cent to the rate charged.

Homeowners in three of the four Dublin local authority areas will not see any changes to their local property tax (LPT) bill next year, as councillors(...)

In July, the National Ttransport Authority said financial penalties would be imposed on Go-Ahead. However the authority has since said it is allowing the private operator time to “bed in” and would not fine the firm. File photograph: Go-Ahead

The National Transport Authority has decided not to fine private bus operator Go-Ahead for failures in adequately delivering some Dublin services in o(...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh has invited parents to help select patron bodies for new secondary schools in the greater Dublin area. Photograph by Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

The Islamic Foundation of Ireland is seeking to become the patron body of a new State-funded secondary school due to open in west Dublin next year. W(...)

Artist and publisher Jim Savage, who died suddenly on August 14th

Jim Savage Born: October 29th, 1950 Died: August 14th, 2019 The artist and publisher Jim (James) Savage, who died suddenly on August 14th, was born i(...)

‘Whatever happens with Brexit in the end is likely to be bad news for Ireland, assuming of course there isn’t a second referendum and the UK decides to stay in.’

The European Commission this week described Brexit as a “singular event” that “could constitute a major disaster”. The EU’s executive arm signalled it(...)

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