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St Andrews Church, the former headquarters of Dublin Tourism, will be home to a new food market with 15 outlets serving up to 400 diners.

A Continental style food hall, with 15 outlets serving up to 400 diners, is to open in Dublin city centre next summer, following a €6 million fit-out (...)

The commutable Meath towns of Ashbourne, Navan and Dunshaughlin have been affected by the skyrocketing prices in Dublin with many house hunters in the(...)

The Martello Tower at Donabate, Co Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

Located 12 miles northeast of Dublin city centre, the village of Donabate is to be found on a peninsula north of Malahide and south of Rush. In truth,(...)

Glovers Alley at the Fitzwilliam Hotel in Dublin: Andy McFadden (right) with executive pastry chef Aoife Noonan and head chef Philip Roe. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

‘There is no one-year or five-year plan. This is me now. This is mine.” Andy McFadden, who was at one time the youngest chef in London with a Micheli(...)

Plastic lining makes it hard to recycle cups, so demand fully recyclable or compostable ones – or even better bring your own reusable one

What’s Hot Tartare Great food at this spot in Galway Aoife McArdle The director’s upcoming debut feature film Kissing Candice is one of the most (...)

The latest project from Salamisso Developments, which is behind many inner city regeneration schemes in Dublin 8, is The Tramyard Exchange, on Carman’(...)

John Farrell (69), of Fassaugh Road, Cabra, Dublin leaves the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court  after he was found not guilty, of criminal damage and road traffic offences, by reason of insanity. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A 69-year-old man accused of ramming his car through the front gates of Trinity College has been found not guilty of criminal damage and road traffic (...)

The Irish trial will see 300 AA member’s cars fitted with a smart device that will connect to the engine management system and share data from it with the AA in real time

The AA and University of Limerick have agreed a research partnership involving Irish motorists to study developments in connected car technology and t(...)

 The arrival of DIT students on its Grangegorman campus will provide a dynamism and injection of youth into the area. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Located on Dublin City’s northside, Grangegorman is an area traditionally associated with St Brendan’s Hospital, the psychiatric unit that served Dubl(...)

This summer’s food truck festival will serve everything from chocolate to lobster burgers, shark steaks, cuts of crocodile and one truck specialising in insect dishes

When will the humble chip van become the trendy food truck? They’ve been “the next big thing” on the Irish scene for what feels like a long time. But (...)

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