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There are significant delays on the northern Dart and Commuter lines. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

ESB has restored power to some 26,000 homes and businesses in Dublin following an outage on Friday morning. ESB Networks said the fault occurred at (...)

David Browne pictured at the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

There was little doubt David Browne would follow a road familiar to his ancestors and become an architect. Even as he started secondary school in Clon(...)

An artists impression of the ESB headquarters on Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin.

ESB is seeking a tenant for the office block next to the building that will house its head office on Dublin’s Fitzwilliam Street following redevelopme(...)

In an unusual application, AIBMB has urged Ms Justice Marie Baker, before making final orders in the relevant case, to “amplify” the reasons for her findings. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

AIB is concerned a High Court judge’s findings that notice was required to be given to a borrower of the transfer of her loan could raise doubt about (...)

A sign on a Dublin city-centre shop on Monday reads: “Temporarily closed due to power cut.” Photograph: Dominic Coyle

A number of retailers and food and drink outlets took a financial hit as a result of the power outage in Dublin’s city centre on Monday. One outlet e(...)

A sign on a Dublin shop reads ‘Temporarily closed due to power cut’. Photograph: Dominick Coyle/The Irish Times

About 4,600 homes and businesses in Dublin city which suffered power outages on Monday after construction workers hit underground power cables have no(...)

While other cities were announcing plans to switch their bus fleets from diesel to electric two years ago, Dublin Bus meekly sought finance to trial the use of cleaner electric vehicles only to have the idea shot down by government

After kiboshing a plan by Dublin Bus to trial electric vehicles in 2016, the Government now intends to ban the semi-State from buying diesel-fuelled v(...)

Fibre broadband: Eir says it could provide high-speed rural connections for a fraction of the proposed State subsidy. Photograph: Karl Hussey/Fennell

The Government’s broadband procurement process is fundamentally flawed and will lead to delays and higher costs for the taxpayer, Eir warned the Minis(...)

It is clear that despite pockets of local opposition to electricity pylons, the Government expects EirGrid to press ahead with the cross-border interconnector. Photograph: iStock

The National Development Plan 2018-2027 envisages that commercially-operated state owned enterprises (SOEs), will be expected to make a significant ov(...)

The Government wants one third of the State’s private transport fleet to be electric by 2030. Photograph: Getty

The Government’s new national development plan envisages a radical overhaul of how the State tackles climate change, allocating €22 billion - one fift(...)

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