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A Thompson submachine gun: The IRA were the first customers for the gun, designed in 1919 by Gen John T Thompson.

During 1920, the IRA developed its tactics as the war progressed, attacking RIC barracks and towards the end of the year creating flying columns and a(...)

Paddlers and swimmers take to the water at Seapoint in Dublin during the fine weather. Photograph: Alan Betson

Gardaí were forced to disperse crowds at a number of beauty spots over the weekend as large numbers gathered in coastal areas to enjoyed the sunshine.(...)

 Bathers enjoy the hot weather at Seapoint in Dublin on Thursday afternoon. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Apart from the blinking roadside sign telling everybody to exercise within 5km of their homes and keep 2 metres away from others, it could be any hot (...)

Dublin port accounted for 63 per cent of all vessel arrivals here in the fourth quarter

Irish ports saw a decline in traffic even before the coronavirus pandemic hit our shores, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show. The ma(...)

Yellow sandbags along the Clontarf Road following flooding. Clontarf is among the areas most at risk to flooding. File  photograph: Alan Betson

More than 70,000 Irish addresses will be at heightened risk of coastal flooding by 2050 as a result of climate change, according to mapping and data a(...)

Some of the  dogs seized  at Dublin Port

Gardaí at Dublin Port have questioned two people caught bringing 26 puppies and 12 adult dogs into the country. Several of the animals were in poor he(...)

Debenhams closed its doors. The catastrophic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on Irish businesses and the world economy were further crystalised this week

The catastrophic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on Irish businesses and the world economy were further crystalised this week as fears grow t(...)

Imports of new vehicles decreased by 10.3% to 30,000 in the first quarter. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The volume of goods travelling through Dublin Port fell by 470,000 tonnes in the first quarter, a 4.8 per cent decline versus the same three months a (...)

 UK registered cars arrive on the Irish Ferries boat, the Ulysses, from Holyhead on Thursday evening. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

Holy Thursday is traditionally one of the busiest days at Dublin Port as British holidaymakers avail of the long Easter weekend to travel to Ireland. (...)

Irishtown, Dublin 4.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Few inner-city neighbourhoods have seen the dramatic transformation that Ringsend has in recent times. Irishtown has benefit(...)

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