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Isme chief executive Neil McDonnell: 'Cutting back on roads for rail would make sense, but the truth is we only have a couple of economically viable rail routes'. Photograph: Siobhán Taylor

The Green Party’s preferred policies, outlined in its election manifesto and its list of 17 demands for government formation talks, present opportunit(...)

Flintoff celebrates the wicket of Ricky Ponting. Photo: Tom Shaw/Getty Images

Picking a favourite sporting moment is a difficult task. Picking a favourite moment from the 2005 Ashes series, when England beat Australia for the fi(...)

Refurbishment work is already under way at Unit 1 in the Dublin Airport Logistics Park.

Iput is to invest about €3 million refurbishing a large logistics facility it has just acquired for €19 million beside Dublin Airport. The acquisition(...)

Cllr Críona Ní Dhálaigh  of Sinn Féin said  ‘the nuisance tenants should be encouraged to leave, not the good tenants’.

The sanctions facing families who create anti-social behaviour issues in public housing are “not threatening enough”, a senior Dublin City Council off(...)

Mediolanum Banking Group, PartnerRe and Coinbase will now join lead occupiers Walkers Global, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland and Ronan Daly Jermyn at the Exchange

The first office block built within Dublin’s original IFSC since 2003 is now fully let after Iput and the Cosgrave Property Group agreed terms at €538(...)

Prof Michael Clarke, an expert in defence studies at King’s College, London, leaving the Four Courts after giving evidence. Photograph: Collins

A leading expert in national security and counterterrorism has told the High Court that data retention regimes need to be broad in scope if they are t(...)

Joe Root’s England are 2-0 down heading into the Perth Test. Photograph: Jason O’Brien/PA

The last week or two, Australia’s cricketers must have been sitting back chuckling with a mixture of satisfaction and disbelief. Media outlets from Au(...)

Moeen Ali is stumped by Tim Paine during day four of the opening Test. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty

Shoddyline? Wobblyline? Amid a frenetic fourth afternoon at the Gabba that saw the hopes the suncream-slathered travelling support rise, before eventu(...)

A little known architectural gem on Dublin’s Grafton Street is to be highlighted as part of a planned redevelopment of one of the stores by new owners(...)

Ed Joyce: “We’ve got an experienced side and I think if ever we have a chance of running Australia close or beating them then it’s going to be tomorrow.” Photograph: Inpho.

Senior batsman Ed Joyce believes Ireland will never have a better chance to turn the tables on Australia as they prepare to take on the world champio(...)

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