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This feeling of unease has been expressed by others who spoke to The Irish Times, including homeless people, members of the LGBT community and business owners. Photograph: Getty

As more people return to Dublin city centre after the pandemic, many have noticed an increase in assaults and report an increasing sense of unease (...)

Navigating Park Avenue in Sandymount. Residents complaining the route is too narrow. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A group of Sandymount residents is appealing to the National Transport Authority (NTA) to urgently alter the new BusConnects C-Spine route which only (...)

The two appellants sought to have their single farm payments declared as income for their company, which was liable to corporation tax, rather than as individuals

A farmer and his son from Co Kildare have lost their legal challenge against an assessment for almost €500,000 by Revenue arising out of how they pai(...)

Born Mary Harris in Cork in 1837, Mother Jones immersed herself in the struggles of American miners earning herself the sobriquet ‘the most dangerous woman in America’.

Irish-born trade unionist and children’s rights activist Mother Jones is an inspiration to modern female labour activists in America, a virtual ceremo(...)

Sean Farrelly from Bray, Co Wicklow. When his bakery closed in the early 1990s he turned to taxi driving, and he was known to often forego fares if he felt sorry for someone in need

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. You can read more of them here. Sean F(...)

Patrick Harte, of Glendown Park, Templeogue, Dublin had denied the charges and in a speech to the court he claimed that the State had “validated” his teaching at the time and could not now “invalidate it”. Photograph: Collins Courts

A child sex abuse victim of a former school principal has said he had no idea his abuser was attacking other boys in the school. After a trial at Dub(...)

Prof Luke O’Neill is among the signatories of the letter urging political parties to make the establishment of the new department a priority in the government formation talks. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

If Ireland’s higher education and research sector is left to face its current financial challenge on its own, “with the State ignoring it the way it h(...)

On February 14th, restaurant staff place bets on who will storm out first from a St Valentine’s date

It’s Elaine Murphy’s go-to St Valentine’s joke. “So table for three, yeah?” she’ll say when a vaguely desperate (typically male) diner rings looking f(...)

Patrick Joseph Fahy leaving the Four Courts after he was awarded damages following a Circuit Civil Court action. Photograph: Collins Court

A Tyrone GAA fan who was robbed as he slept in a Dublin hotel has been awarded €10,000 damages in the Circuit Civil court for personal injuries arisin(...)

Fire victim Mayo-born John Nolan, tragically died in a street blaze in North London last September.

A Mayo-born pensioner who died after being found in flames on the street in North London accidentally ignited his clothing while lighting a cigarette,(...)

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