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Mr Justice Peter Charleton said it would be “contrary to the experience of this nation over the last decade” were banks to be given a final decision on whether a loan must be transferred into the agency.

The behaviour of bankers at the highest level in the years leading to the economic collapse, along with arguments of social order “founded on prudence(...)

There are some shades on the pop spectrum which never go out of fashion. September Girls dig their sound from those vintage long shadows. A five-st(...)

May 1st, 1916: A barricade made of carts, in Great Brunswick Street, Dublin, during the Easter Rising. Photograph:  Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Earlier this week, we posted a message on The Irish Times Facebook page asking for you to tell us the stories of relatives who you think may have been(...)

UPC Ireland chief executive Magnus Ternsjo pictured in their offices in Dublin. The company are trialling a new wifi hotspot service for existing customers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

UPC is trialling a new wifi service in Limerick which will allow customers to access wifi on their mobile device when visiting a participating UPC bro(...)

Georgian Dublin. Concerned that many historic buildings in town centres will continue to decline, the Heritage Council commissioned ecomomic consultants Peter Bacon & Associates, who were paid €38,000 excluding Vat for their work, to see what fiscal measures could be used to incentivise investment in the built heritage of towns.

A tax incentive scheme is urgently needed to encourage the rescue of decaying historic buildings in Irish towns, given “the collapse of public funds a(...)

A screen grab from the Facebook page of the National Independent Party

Ireland’s newest political party, the National Independent Party, has said it favours exiting the euro and opposes economic migration.Formally launche(...)

Revenue said the cigarettes represented a loss to the Exchequer of €3.6 million. File photograph: Bloomberg

Customs officers have seized over 22,000 cigarettes worth €10,3000 in Limerick. A Revenue spokeswoman said officers discovered two steel containers, e(...)

Kerry 2-12 CIT 0-13 Kerry as expected advanced to face the old enemy Cork in next Sunday’s McGrath Cup final but it was workmanlike more than impressi(...)

Laois hurlers opened their campaign with a defeat to NUIG at Rathdowney yesterday. The home team began well and led 0-4 to 0-1 after eight minutes but(...)

Delivering in Dublin: Vann Music

After 31 years on the force, Lt Frank Bukowski had seen the best and worst that the mean streets of his tough city were capable of. Survival out there(...)

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