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The number of people passing through the Republic’s airports fell more than 80 per cent in 2020. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The swift reaction by governments in Europe and further afield to the emergence of a new Covid-19 strain in Britain highlighted once again the uncerta(...)

Ryanair flew into the pandemic with a relatively strong balance sheet. Photograph: Eric Luke

How do you weigh up the annus covidius horribilis of 2020 in words that don’t have to be asterisked? It was a year when a virus inflicted a brutal en(...)

The farm in Falsk, Strokestown, Co Roscommon was the scene of a controversial eviction in 2018. KBC bank obtained a repossession order against the property. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

One of three men jailed for refusing to comply with court orders to stay away from a controversial Co Roscommon farm has been released from Mountjoy P(...)

In a judgment, Mr Justice Keane said the court was prepared to make orders allowing the Teaching Council access to documentation in the action taken by a man over alleged sexual assault in the 1970s. File photograph: Collins Courts

A judge has made orders allowing the Teaching Council access information arising out of a High Court action brought by a man against parties he claime(...)

Sophie Toscan du Plantier was killed in west Cork in 1996

The family of French film producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier have spoken about how her killing has changed their experience of Christmas as they prepa(...)

The High Court has appointed a provisional liquidator to an Irish-registered luxury property investment firm operated by an alleged fraudster.  File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The High Court has appointed a provisional liquidator to an Irish-registered luxury property investment firm operated by an alleged fraudster. The o(...)

The move to take Applegreen private comes as the business grapples with Covid-19, Brexit and an accelerating shift by motorists towards electric vehicles

Applegreen’s two founding directors and main shareholders, who have joined forces with a part of US investment giant Blackstone to bid €718 million fo(...)

Some of the dead mammals were found in a Natura-protected area close to the mouth of Waterford estuary. File photograph: Google Street View

A total of three common dolphins and four seals have been found dead in Waterford Harbour over the past week, according to the environmental group Coa(...)

 The €663,000 judgments were obtained by Trinity College, Dublin, against James Kenny following his protracted litigation, in which he represented himself, over the building of student accommodation near their Dartry home. File  photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The Supreme Court has made orders deferring the sale of the Dartry home of an elderly couple, for the purpose of meeting legal costs judgments of some(...)

Barry McArdle (34) was no longer asking for a postponement on the surrender, which had been granted for medical reasons. Photograph:Collins Courts

A convicted killer has been formally surrendered to Dutch authorities for his part in the stabbing and dismemberment of a man whose remains were found(...)

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