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The Parteen basin on the Shannon. Photograph: Irish Water

Dublin’s water supply system has mains that are so ancient that not updating them is not an option, and yet the city is served by an abundance of high(...)

“Being working class is not about any one thing – money, or values, or origin, or habits.” Image: iStock

Last weekend, I was precisely where I tend to feel most uncomfortable – sitting in the midst of a group of people, all friends of a friend, at a birth(...)

Supermac’s founder  Pat McDonagh at the Four Courts in June. Photograph: Collins Courts

A legal dispute between Supermac’s founder Pat McDonagh and tenants of one of the fast-food chain’s outlets has been settled. As part of the settleme(...)

Rent pressure zones are designated areas where rents cannot be increased by more than 4 per cent per annum. File photograph: iStockPhoto

Athlone, Dundalk, Portlaoise and parts of both Limerick and Waterford city are among the 19 new rent pressure zones (RPZs) announced by the Government(...)

Limerick was the only one of three cities to vote in favour of a directly elected mayor in a recent local referendum held in May. Both Cork and Waterford rejected the proposal.

Limerick will hold the country’s first election for a mayor in May 2021, it has been announced. Limerick was the only one of three cities to vote in(...)

 Kevin Sheehy, who died after he was knocked down on the Hyde Road in Limerick at around 4.40am. Photograph: Ken Moore/PA Wire

Gardaí have arrested two men in connection with a hit-and-run incident which killed champion Irish boxer Kevin Sheehy in Limerick . The pair, in their(...)

Great design:: Two Boys Brew, in Phibsborough, Dublin 7

3FE’S COLIN HARMON KNOWS A THING OR TWO ABOUT CAFE DESIGN, HAVING OPENED FIVE PREMISES AND ADVISED COUNTLESS CAFE OWNERS IN IRELAND AND ABROAD. HERE(...)

A Citizens’ Assembly on Dublin will examine a number of issues, indicating its remit will be broader than the question of a directly elected mayor for the capital. File photograph: Frank Miller

Changing the structure of councils in Dublin – where there are currently four local authorities – is to be discussed by a new Citizens’ Assembly on go(...)

During Leaders’ Questions, the Taoiseach continued his pattern of slightly patronising his opposite number. Probably because he knows this annoys him. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

When the Noel Bowl is built in Galway, the Baa-Baas will not be invited to play a Connaught selection at the new venue unless there is a change of att(...)

Judge Gerald Keys said the video of the incident ‘speaks for itself’ and dismissed the claim for damages. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A judge has told a court that Bus Éireann would have to stop carrying passengers altogether in the morning if a personal injury damages claim by a 77-(...)

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