Taoiseach Micheál Martin with Louise Byrne, right, principal officer for Brexit and international trade at the Department of Agriculture. Photograph: Julien Behal

There would be a 30-fold increase in the number of veterinary and food safety checks required at Dublin Port from January if the current volume of goo(...)

Dublin Port has released plans for processing increased border control checks on goods from Britain after Brexit. File photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Dublin Port has expressed disappointment that shipping firms have not agreed to stagger ferry arrivals from Wales to ease lorry traffic for post-Brexi(...)

Stena Line  is willing to stagger arrivals slightly but they fall short of the port’s demand for three-hour intervals

One of the largest shipping operators into Dublin Port has offered to extend ferry arrivals from Holyhead by between 25 and 40 minutes to avoid post-B(...)

Eamonn O’Reilly, chief executive of Dublin Port Company. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Dublin Port would face legal actions from shipping companies if it tried to force them to change ferry arrivals from Britain to ease post-Brexit conta(...)

Dublin Port has asked for greater transparency from State agencies on how they intend to staff border checkpoints around the clock after Brexit. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin Port has asked for greater transparency from State agencies on how they intend to staff border checkpoints around the clock after Brexit. War(...)

Concerns have been raised about ‘the whole traffic management’ in the port and how State authorities were only now testing how the traffic would flow through the system less than 50 days until the end of the transition period when post-Brexit border checks come into effect. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

One of the largest Irish Sea ferry companies has criticised Dublin Port’s Brexit border checks and request for daily timetable changes saying that con(...)

Dublin Port will next April apply to the city council for permission for the cycle route which will run within port lands opposite East Wall Road. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A major missing link in the provision of cycling infrastructure across Dublin bay will be in place within two years, under plans from Dublin Port Comp(...)

Monthly trade volumes have been comparatively strong, culminating in growth of 1.2% in the third quarter. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tonnage volumes at Dublin Port recovered slightly in the third quarter following steep declines earlier in the year due to Brexit and the Covid-19 pan(...)

Gaz Smith outside his restaurant  Michael’s of Mount Merrion. ‘I see the blended use of space being with us for a while.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

“Dublin city centre is an absolute disaster. It’s a tumbleweed situation, especially after 6pm when businesses close. Last night we did 16 people, and(...)

Aoife Tynan (13) and Amelie Veale (13), from Dublin, enjoy a paddle while on staycation near Carna, Connemara. Photograph: Fran Veale

The Government’s €125 “staycation” tax voucher may help to extend the tourist season, but the failure to cut the 13.5 per cent VAT rate is a crippling(...)

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