Dermot O Leary

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Last year 43 incidents of physical assault were reported on Irish Rail trains, up from nine reports in 2016.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The number of passengers reporting physical assaults on Irish Rail trains increased significantly last year in a pattern that has led to calls for add(...)

Houses under construction: CSO data give more accurate numbers.   Photograph: FRANK MILLER

A very significant data gap in the housing area has been filled as the CSO has published its own estimate of housing completions in Ireland. Policymak(...)

Bus Éireann buses in Dublin. Management at the State-owned transport company is to carry out a review of pay for staff. File photograph: Caroline Quinn/PA Wire

Management at Bus Éireann is to carry out a review of pay for staff at the State-owned transport company. The company met with trade unions on Thursd(...)

Prof Alan Barrett, director of the ESRI, and  Minister for Transport Shane Ross  at the round table discussion on public transport  held in the  Mansion House, Dublin. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has suggested a new profit-sharing scheme could be introduced for thousands of staff in the State-owned CIÉ group of(...)

Minister for Transport Shane Ross  taking a photo with his phone at the roundtable discussion on Public Transport Policy in the Mansion House on Monday morning.Photograph: Cyril Byrne/ The Irish Times

Independent TDs Mattie McGrath or Danny Healy Rae will not be allowed to obstruct reforms in local public transport plans, the Minister for Transport (...)

There are some signs of more houses and apartments coming on stream, but inevitably this is slow. Photograph: Alan Betson

There has been a lot of discussion about the affordability of buying a house, given the rapid rise in prices. But the latest Daft.ie survey shows that(...)

64 Harbour View, Dún Laoghaire What: Two-bed apartment Price in 2005: From €390,000 Asking price now: €440,000

Given the double-digit leap in property prices (up 13 per cent in the year to February), the cost of owning a home in Ireland appears to be on an unst(...)

The number of first-time buyers receiving mortgage approval fell by 11 per cent in the year to March

The number of potential property buyers seeking mortgage approval fell by 8 per cent in the year to March, as a combination of the bad weather, tighte(...)

Minister for Transport Shane Ross:  to hold a forum on transport policy on May 21st

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has commissioned a review of overall public transport policy. The Minister has told unions the review will seek to (...)

Despite the housing crisis, housebuilding in Ireland remains amongst the lowest in the EU on a per capita basis. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

Despite rapid growth in the number of new homes been built, housebuilding in Ireland remains amongst the lowest in the EU on a per capita basis. The s(...)

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