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Taylor Swift on stage  at Croke Park. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Legislation banning the resale of tickets for large concerts and sporting events for more than face value has been agreed by the Cabinet. The move, a(...)

The initial plans for the €3 billion Metro Link project include a proposal to establish a major infrastructural construction site and an underground train station on St Mobhí Road in Glasnevin.

The Metro Link project is set to be changed to decrease disruption to a number of sporting facilities and schools on Dublin’s northside. The initial (...)

James Quinn who has been charged with the murder of Gary Hutch. Photograph: Solarpix.com

James Quinn, whose gun attack on Gary Hutch in 2015 set in chain a murderous underworld feud which has claimed 18 lives, is no stranger to internation(...)

Under the plans, 230km of expanded bus lanes and 200km of cycle lanes are to be constructed within a decade. Photograph: Alan Betson

More than 1,000 homes in Dublin will lose gardens and parking places under plans by the National Transport Authority to create 16 high-speed bus route(...)

Assistant Commissioner Pat Leahy: “We have almost a fleet of patrol cars now deployed just to send the message that ‘the guards are around’.” File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

More than 500 people in Dublin have been issued with active warnings by the Garda that their lives are in danger from criminals, a senior officer has (...)

Garda Cathal Comiskey and Det Garda Ann Power  in the Phoenix Park. Both  will take part in Cycle Against Suicide in memory of their late colleague Det Supt Colm Fox. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

In life Colm Fox inspired his work colleagues. Three months on from his death, he’s doing it still. “He was our rock,” says Ann Power. “He was a doer(...)

In an interview with ‘Hot Press’ Jim Daly, the Minister of State for Mental Health, claimed a future coalition is possible between Fine Gael and Sinn Féin. File photograph: Dave Meehan

A Fine Gael Minister has “no objection” to his party entering government with Sinn Féin, saying its mandate is as “legitimate” as that of any other po(...)

Incoming IMO president Dr Peadar Gilligan said until the 30 per cent pay cut imposed on consultants was fully addressed “we will have challenges recruiting the almost 500 unfilled consultant posts”. Photograph:  Shane O’Neill

Between 10 and 12 per cent of all Irish adults are being prescribed antidepressants, a leading psychiatrist has estimated. Speaking at the annual con(...)

ISPCC noted the inspections had uncovered ‘significant non-compliance’ in areas including safeguarding and the management of child protection concerns.  File photograph: Getty Images

Garda vetting is continually falling short of requirements in Irish foster homes, according to the Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) fol(...)

If Fianna Fáil want to take away stability, it is very hard to see how we avoid a general election, the chairman of the Fine Gael parliamentary party Martin Heydon said.

It will be very difficult for Fine Gael to continue in Government if there is no successor to the confidence and supply deal with Fianna Fáil after th(...)

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