Graeme Mcqueen

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The Luas on Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

With delays, overcrowding, yellow box blockages, troubles with longer trams, and College Green “chaos”, the Luas Cross City line, introduced a year ag(...)

The Luas travelling along Dawson Street, which is undergoing a resurgence. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It has been considered the heartbeat of retail activity in the capital but there are signs Grafton Street is waning, thanks in some small part to the (...)

Restaurants Association of Ireland chief executive Adrian Cummins said the visit was a missed opportunity to highlight what Dublin city centre had to offer. Photograph: Eric Luke/THE IRISH TIMES

Dublin retailers and restaurateurs saw custom drop by up to 50 per cent as a result of “poor communication” around traffic restrictions for the visit (...)

ECA said the survey is based on prices paid for everyday things such as dairy products, meat, fish, vegetables, a pint of beer and services such as dry cleaning. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dublin is a more expensive place to live than Abu Dhabi or Silicon Valley thanks to a strengthening euro and inflation, a cost-of-living survey publis(...)

A key factor for giving the go-ahead to MetroLink is that it would carry passengers to and from the airport.

The proposed location for the Dublin Airport MetroLink train station is too far away from both terminals, undermining its potential use by travellers,(...)

Firms note a number of benefits from having strong and considered diversity policies, including employees having a greater sense of loyalty and dedication to their job. Photograph: iStock

Inclusivity in the workplace has never been more significant – as Ireland reaches almost full employment, it is essential in attracting and keeping sk(...)

A Dublin canal lock.  A spokesman for the Dublin Chamber of Commerce said the disruption so far has been at least on a par with the last period of severe cold weather in 2010. Photograph: Getty Images

The Government will provide extra resources to repair the damage caused by the severe weather, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said, as one Minister predicted (...)

Brown Thomas concierge  Jim Kearns puts a sign up in the Dublin city-centre store announcing its temporary closure due to adverse weather. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Bad weather will wipe about €15 million off turnover for Dublin city’s traders, business promotion group Dublin Town has said. The group expects foot(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland is one of a number of state institutions that were forced to close on Wednesday however all staff are working from home. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Business lobby groups reiterated warnings on Wednesday to businesses to have a plan to deal with adverse weather conditions. A number of groups incl(...)

US President Donald Trump is expected to announce tax reform proposals on Wednesday

Ireland has little to fear from plans by US president Donald Trump to slash the US corporate tax rate to 20 per cent in a bid to lure US companies to (...)

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