Joe Costello leaving the Four Courts. File photograph: Collins

Former Labour Party TD and minister for state Joe Costello has settled a High Court defamation action over an article in the Irish Mail on Sunday. Th(...)

White goods dumped on the Great South Wall in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Prosecution for littering offences is both ineffective and inadequate in Ireland, according to new research which reveals fewer than half of littering(...)

The 17th edition of the Dublin Economic Monitor showed unemployment was at 4.9%, its lowest rate since the the fourth quarter of 2007

Dublin’s economy is booming, according to a new survey, with employment at record levels in the fourth quarter of 2018. The 17th edition of the Dubl(...)

‘This was an evening for the patrons of The Bridge Tavern, a pub I have drank in for 40 years,’ said Nial Ring. Photograph: Google Street View

The Lord Mayor of Dublin invited customers of four pubs from his electoral ward into the Mansion House two weeks before the local elections for “an ev(...)

Ireland will have to be turned ‘entirely on its head’ over the next decade to tackle climate change, the secretary general at the Department for Communications, Climate Action, and the Environment has said.  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters.

Ireland will have to be turned “entirely on its head” over the next decade to tackle climate change, the secretary general at the Department for Commu(...)

 Glenveagh Properties PLC image during its first AGM. Photo: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

One of the country’s largest residential builders, Glenveagh Properties, has stated that it is willing to sell 56 apartments in Dublin’s docklands to (...)

Owner wants to increase Mercantile Hotel at 24-28 Dame Street from 28 to 109 rooms

Dublin City Council has told the Mercantile Group to reduce the scale of its planned €10 million revamp of the Mercantile Hotel. This follows the cou(...)

Social housing: Local authorities have yet to build the homes, but they have been ordered to establish a ‘scheme of priority’ to determine in what order prospective buyers will be chosen. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dubliners who had to leave the capital because of high rents, face discrimination under a new affordable housing scheme for low and middle income work(...)

Walkers along the banks of the river Dodder in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Environmentalists talk a lot about engaging local communities. But it’s refreshing when you find that the community is engaging the environmentalists.(...)

Dublin Lord Mayor Nial Ring (right) with Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy and  Minister for Finance  Paschal Donohoe at at Sean Foster Place, North King Street, Dublin 7 for the sod turning ceremony on  a housing project. Photograph: Alan Betson

The unprepossessing north inner city pub, The Ref on Ballybough Road, is the unlikely registered office for a number of companies with which the Dubli(...)

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