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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(...)

British prime minister Theresa May. Irish support for her “customs partnership” proposal will be forthcoming only if she faces down the hard Brexiteers in her cabinet. Photograph: Tolga Akmentolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images

The Government expects British prime minister Theresa May to push ahead with proposals for a new “customs partnership” which it believes could pave th(...)

MyHome.ie’s report noted that the slowdown in inflation in Dublin was evident in more expensive areas and property types

House prices nationally are continuing to rise but at a slower rate due to tighter bank lending and “stretched affordability in Dublin”, according to (...)

Patrick Shields: “Revelstoke Mountain Resort is the most vertical in North America so the skiing is challenging but a lot of fun. You certainly learn fast!”

The ski city of Revelstoke in Canada is coming to Ireland this week to recruit Irish workers to fill shortages in the hospitality sector for summer 20(...)

Mourners at the funeral of John Gibson at the Church of Divine Mercy. Photograph: Collins Dublin.

The family of murdered fitness instructor John Gibson have called for an end to the “barbaric murders” in Dublin’s gangland wars. Holding their mothe(...)

Some Dublin cafes have hit back the prospect of yet another Starbucks in the centre. Photograph: Alan Betson

Starbucks, oh how people love to hate you, and yet there’s always a queue at your tills. Every second someone somewhere in the world is forking o(...)

Carl O’Brien, education editor with The Irish Times, guidance counsellor Brian Howard, Minister for Education Richard Bruton, guidance counsellor Deirdre Garrett and Irish Times journalist Éanna Ó Caollaí. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

From early on Wednesday morning, the queries poured into the Irish Times helpdesk (www.irishtimes.com/results2017), where our team of guidance counsel(...)

In November 2016 some 2,000 people demonstrated in favour of Apple’s plans to invest in Athenry.

Business leaders and politicians in Galway have reacted with anger at a move to push back until mid-October a court decision on plans by tech giant Ap(...)

A night in Dublin will set you back about €186,  the second most expensive in our selection of cities.

New Zealand tourism expert Prof Michael Hall said on Thursday that he would never recommend a short break in Dublin because the city is a “rip-off”. (...)

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