Hundreds of people gathered outside the Irish Centre in Camden in London on Saturday to hear music and observe a minute’s silence. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Thousands of people gathered for vigils across Ireland and the world to remember Ashling Murphy over the weekend. Vigils for the 23-year-old have tak(...)

‘Rats are likely to contaminate food, drink, equipment and all areas of the premises’

A closure order was served on part of La Cave restaurant in Dublin city centre after rat activity was discovered in a dry-goods storage area. The ord(...)

Pictured at one of e-denderry’s monitored bins is Paul Delaney, sales director of Cellnex Ireland; and Catriona Hilliard, broadband/digital officer with Offaly County Council.

Sensors and monitoring devices to enhance parking, litter collection, air quality and building management have been deployed in Edenderry, Co Offaly, (...)

The ISPCA said conditions of the property fell below the standards required under the Dog Breeding Establishments Act and associated guidelines.

More than 60 dogs and six litters of puppies have been taken into care following the discovery of an unauthorised dog breeding operation in Co Offaly.(...)

The Office of the Planning Regulator expressed doubt about Offaly County Council’s draft development plan projecting the population of Tullamore as growing by 4,753 by 2027. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The State’s planning watchdog has questioned proposals by Offaly County Council to plan for a 33 per cent increase in the population of Tullamore over(...)

An O’Brien Fine Foods employee at the processing facility in Timahoe, Co Kildare. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

It was 6am on Monday July 27th when ‘A’, the man who would become the third confirmed Covid-positive case at O’Brien Fine Foods in Timahoe, Co Kildare(...)

Barry Cowen had been an influential player during the months of negotiations that led to the Programme for Government with Fine Gael and the Greens. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Barry Cowen’s period as a Cabinet minister is not the shortest in Irish political history, but it is, nevertheless, an outcome that no one would have (...)

At least 300 people engaged in peat harvest will be deployed by the company in a peatland rehabilitation programme. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

Bord na Móna has welcomed the first report by the Just Transition commissioner Kieran Mulvey which envisages the midlands turning away from peat and i(...)

Former Renua leader and Independent councillor John Leahy has claimed plans for a new direct-provision centre in Tullamore, Co Offaly, would discriminate against “ordinary citizens”.

The Department of Justice has denied an Offaly councillor’s claims that asylum seekers are “leapfrogging” other people on social housing lists or that(...)

Data published by the Department of Housing shows that of the 25,814 dwellings that were inspected in 2018, a total of 20,414 were substandard.

More than 80 per cent of private rental accommodation that was inspected last year failed to meet the minimum standards required by law, new figures s(...)

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