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In August 1821, George IV became the first British monarch to visit Ireland since 1690 and the first to arrive without an army in tow. Portrait: Sir Thomas Lawrence

In August 1821, George IV became the first British monarch to visit Ireland since 1690 and the first ever to arrive without an army in tow. His decisi(...)

Trucks ready to be loaded on a ferry at Dublin Port. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Britain and Northern Ireland accounted for 29.4 per cent of the total tonnage of goods handled in the seven main ports in the Republic in the first qu(...)

Dublin Port-based Doyle Shipping loads and unloads cargo vessels and other services.

Workers and management at Doyle Shipping Group began talks on Monday in a bid to stave off industrial action over pay and conditions. Members of trad(...)

Government sources confirmed that lands at the Port, in the east of the city, are among sites under ‘active consideration’ for development by the Land Development Agency. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Lands at Dublin Port are being earmarked for development for housing by the Government as it prepares to launch its landmark Housing For All plan at t(...)

There are ‘an unprecedented number of retirements due and only 36 recruits to be employed this year’. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The public is at serious risk from a shortage of firefighters in Dublin, trade union Siptu has maintained. The union said on Friday that several vehi(...)

Dublin Port Company is undertaking three major infrastructural projects, which will double the existing port’s capacity to 77 million tonnes a year.

Traffic at Dublin Port recovered in the second quarter of the year, with volumes now within 2.1 per cent of last year’s figures, Dublin Port Company s(...)

If all 2,000 bags are found to contain cocaine, as is suspected, the potential street value of the haul will be up to €35 million. Photograph: An Garda Síochána

A consignment of up to €35 million worth of cocaine, which was disguised as coal and destined for Ireland, was abandoned by smugglers who realised the(...)

Passenger volumes on ferries declined by 57.3 per cent and tourism vehicles were down 61.6 per cent. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

The Dublin Port Company last year recorded “a strong financial performance” with operating profits of €44.15 million despite the challenges from Covid(...)

Britain is now considered ‘a third country’ by the EU since Brexit and EU rules ban any chilled meat imports such as sausages, chicken nuggets, pies and mince that are not frozen from these countries. Photograph: iStock

Why is there a war between the EU and the UK over sausages? It has been dubbed the “sausage war” but the dispute between London and Brussels lies in (...)

Lorries queue at the port of Rosslare Harbour in January , 2021. File photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty Images

Food exporter Cathal King has not sent a truckload of lobsters, crab and other live shellfish to customers in France or Spain through the UK since Bre(...)

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