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Dublin Airport: Digital certificates will allow EU citizens who are vaccinated, immune or have proof of negative tests to travel freely within the EU. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

European airline bookings slipped back in the week ending June 20th following a period of strong growth, new figures show. The news comes as the EU p(...)

Independent MEP Mick Wallace said  that the State should aim to keep renewable energy projects largely in public ownership. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A proposal from Goodbody Stockbrokers to exempt investment in land earmarked for green energy from some taxes could clash with the national grid opera(...)

 Former Stobart Air pilots and members of  the Irish Airline Pilots Association  protest at the Department of Health where they handed in a letter to Tony Holohan over Nphet’s opposition to the use of antigen testing for international travel. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Shortly after midnight on Saturday morning, Stobart Air workers received emails telling them of the airline’s closure. Its owner, British aviation and(...)

Ryanair called on the Government to allow vaccinated people in the Republic “immediate access” to the Covid certificates, with no further delays. Photograph: PA

The Government should give vaccinated people in Ireland “immediate” access to the EU digital Covid certificates allowing them to travel freely in the (...)

Ryanair is leading a revival in European flight bookings, along with its rival Wizz.  Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ryanair and low-cost rival Wizz are leading a revival in European flights, new figures show. The news came as the Irish carrier resumed eight service(...)

The State is “ready” to issue around one million travel certificates to Irish people who have registered for vaccination, according to Minister of State, Ossian Smith.  Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Government is “ready” to issue certificates clearing one million Irish residents to travel in Europe, according to Minister of State, Ossian Smith(...)

Eamon Ryan: he is a past master of always coming across silver linings. Photograph: Getty Images

So the fisticuffs in the tunnel are behind them, and now that the Greens are back on the pitch it’s time for them to start raising a few green flags. (...)

Cherrywood is expected to be one of the largest beneficiaries of the Government’s Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund  with more than €15 million allocated for roads in the zone. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Plans for more than 300 houses and apartments have been submitted to Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council in what is the first application for homes (...)