Passenger numbers at Dublin Airport have been hugely reduced as a result of the pandemic. Photograph: Collins

Sweden, Germany and Poland will be among the countries to be added to the Government’s so-called green list of countries people can visit without faci(...)

Wish you were here? While  countries across Europe are beginning to reopen their tourist markets, Irish people still have no idea if they are coming or going. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish holidaymakers who had hoped to see even an outline of their summer plans emerging from the fog of confusion created by the Covid-19 pandemic wil(...)

Google searches for tips on how to cut hair at home  have  spiked during the coronavirus lockdown and there is also an eagerness to find out when golf courses and retailer Penneys might open again. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

People in Ireland appear to be growing increasingly concerned about their appearance after weeks in lockdown with questions about the reopening of hai(...)

The survey found that 67 per cent of respondents believe that, on balance, social media does more harm than good, with 42 per cent claiming they would like to completely stop using it. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Irish millennials are increasingly gloomy about the prospects for the economy and their own social media habits, according to research examining youth(...)

Almost 85 per cent of Irish people are happy or fairly happy with their work life balance, according to a Eurobarometer study. File photograph: iStock

Irish people appear to be happier with their work/life balance than the typical EU worker although women are slightly less satisfied than men, a new E(...)

According to new research, 33 per cent of Irish holiday makers  say their holiday spend often or always goes out of control. Photograph: iStock

Irish people do not appear to be keeping their eyes on the price when it comes to holidays and the financial headache they bring home as a result coul(...)

The price of bread and cereals in the Republic could rise by up to 30 per cent in a hard Brexit scenario

Brexit could cost Irish households up to €1,400 a year on average as prices rise, a new study by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has(...)

Handout photo issued by Alec and Jo Bates of the scene in Nice, France, the day after the terror attack which claimed the lives of at least 84 people. Photograph: Alec and Jo Bates/PA Wire

Irish people with plans to travel to France in the weeks ahead have expressed concern about their safety although most of those with bookings who made(...)

Getting on: Irish brides and grooms have aged by nearly five years each over the last two decades, according to the  Central Statistics Office (CSO). Photograph: Getty Images.

Irish brides and grooms have aged by nearly five years each over the last two decades while the popularity of civil marriages in the Republic has jump(...)

The US trade embargo has been in place since Fidel Castro overthrew a pro-US regime in the early 1960s. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images.

Irish people trying to use an Irish bank to transfer money to people living in Cuba are being blocked from doing so as a result of a United States em(...)

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