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The Republic’s dependence on petroleum products is far greater than in most other European countries

With half the energy consumed in the Republic still coming from petroleum products, oil importers have taken additional steps to ensure there will be (...)

Although overall numbers are still relatively low, electric car sales have grown by 539%  so far this year, while plug-in hybrid sales are up 166%.  Photograph: Getty Images

Ireland’s first private fast charging point opens this week at the Four Seasons hotel in Monaghan. The location of the 50kW rapid charger is meant to (...)

Ikea shift: Conor Pope during his day at the Dublin store. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

“Well, what the f**k are you doing in all that yellow then?” snarls the angriest man in Ikea after I tell him I don’t know where the returns departmen(...)

The final section of the M8 Dublin to Cork motorway. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Sitting in a control room in East Wall in Dublin, Kevin O’Rourke and his team watch on a bank of screens as a car leaving Dublin Port slows to a stop (...)

The Cabinet adjourned once more, with Ministers and officials – sustained by late-night sandwiches – gathering around televisions to watch the joint May-Juncker press conference. Photographer: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

As British prime minister Theresa May prepared to fly to Strasbourg to meet European Commission president Jean Claude Juncker on Monday, some in Taois(...)

Cruise liner passengers arriving in  Dublin Port. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Government needs to have a “conversation” with Dublin Port over its proposal to limit cruise liner traffic because of capacity issues with the adv(...)

Victoria McCormack of Macnas, Allianz chief executive Seán McGrath and Business to Arts chief executive Andrew Hetherington at the launch of the awards at Dublin Castle.

More than €13 million was spent by corporate sponsors on arts, festivals and music sponsorship in the 12 months ending May 2018. That’s according to(...)

Dublin Port worries it will not have space needed to process increased checks after Brexit. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Dublin Port Company (DPC) has told the Commercial Court it fears a standstill of truck traffic in the immediate aftermath of Brexit if its plans t(...)

John McConnell at Rock View Stables with Hannon, who is running at  Cheltenham. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Camilla Sharples says she is not nervous, just “really excited”. As “travelling head lass” for trainer Gordon Elliott, she was on the first of his hor(...)

The Government has ruled out leasing ships in the event that the route to mainland Europe is affected by Brexit. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Government faces legal and logistical complications in managing a crash-out Brexit and is relying on emergency orders to bypass normal planning pr(...)

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