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The state of disrepair to the cathedral roof. ‘Refurbishing it will require 12,777 new slates at an average cost of €250 each,’ says Dean Morton. Photograph: St Patrick’s Cathedral

You could drive a “Mini car” through holes in the roof of Dublin’s St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dean William Morton says, as it is in such “a perilous stat(...)

 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at a press event in Dublin on Saturday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that he expects the provisions of the backstop, including customs checks at Northern Ireland ports, will be put in pla(...)

Donegal’s  queried having to play Dublin in Croke Park in Phase 1 of the quarter-finals last year. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

With each passing year, as interest in the run-up to the GAA’s annual congress wanes – the move from April to February has been a factor – its capacit(...)

 Massive Attack: ‘one off, personalised nostalgia nightmare head trip’.  Photograph:  Jim Dyson/Getty Images

Massive Attack perform Mezzanine XX1 ★★★★☆ 3Arena, Dublin   It’s Sunday night at the 3Arena, and you could be forgiven for thinking this is a co(...)

US stocks looked to pare declines after a shaky start. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares lost further ground in their first trading day of 2019 on Wednesday as fears about global growth, trade wars and political instability(...)

Traders work on the floor of  the New York Stock Exchange. Shares of Facebook gained 3.7 per cent. Photograph: Bryan R. Smith/AFP

European shares rallied on Wednesday as a tumultuous October drew to a close and strong results from L’Oréal, Sanofi, and banks Standard Chartered and(...)

Pictured at the launch of the Brown Thomas Christmas shop in Dublin were model Isabelle Traber and Hannah O’ Brien (4). Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

Ho ho nooooo, say it ain’t so. There are still 131 sleeps until Christmas and already Brown Thomas shops in Dublin, Cork and Limerick have decked the (...)

f I’m honest, the earwigging possibilities offered by the train have always been one of its chief pleasures. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

There’s a lot to be said for having the kind of job and wifi access that allows you to work in Dublin, and live pretty much anywhere else. One of the(...)

The highest rates of domestic water consumption in Dublin are generally recorded in the most affluent suburbs while the lowest are in less well-off ne(...)

In Dublin, where the housing squeeze is tightest, stock rose 25 per cent to 5,000 homes. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Central Bank lending limits are cooling the rate at which house prices are rising, according to the Myhome.ie/Davy second quarterly property report fo(...)

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