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A motorist who mowed down a cyclist but failed to stop and then drove by the scene of the accident just minutes later has been put off the road for tw(...)

Melissa Byrne leaving Letterkenny District Court. Photograph: North West Newspix

A woman who grabbed a school principal by the throat after being called to collect her daughter has appeared in court charged with assault. Melissa B(...)

About 43 per cent of aviation emissions come from the sort of narrow-body aircraft upon which most visitors to Ireland arrive. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

As the most senior people in the Irish tourism industry gathered in Croke Park on Monday to discuss Fáilte Ireland’s plans for 2020, the elephant in t(...)

Fáilte Ireland chief executive Paul Kelly: “In corporate travel the length of stay has also gone down significantly”

Fáilte Ireland, the Republic’s tourism authority, has blamed myriad factors including Brexit, the re-emergence of Turkey as a competitor destination, (...)

Experience tourism: Cyclists and walkers enjoying the Waterford Greenway outside Dungarvan. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The head of Fáilte Ireland has warned that the attractiveness of Ireland as a holiday destination could be damaged unless a regional imbalance in the (...)

Ballyboden’s captain Ryan Basquel lifts the cup. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Ballyboden St Enda’s 0-15 Thomas Davis 0-9 Brilliant November sunshine gave way to a cold winter’s evening in Parnell Park on Sunday with hot favouri(...)

Thomas Davis players celebrating their victory over Kilmacud Crokes in their  Dublin senior football championship semi-final in  Parnell Park. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

As if there wasn’t already enough in the week for Paul Kelly to be grappling with, Tuesday morning came at him like a bull through a misty field. Pre(...)

Dairíne and Deirdre McCafferty of Cornucopia are among the contributors to Cornucopia: The Green Cookbook, a meticulous, thoughtful and generous book, much like the business itself. Photograph: Leo Byrne

Follow-up compilation goes vegan Just over a decade since the much-loved Dublin vegetarian restaurant Cornucopia shared its recipes with readers in C(...)

The New Year’s Festival takes place over two days with four events from December 31st until January 1st.

A programme of events for this year’s New Year’s Festival is expected to yield a €10 million boost for Dublin’s local economy while tourism chiefs ha(...)

Co Antrim coast. Last year, tourism contributed more than €9 billion to the Irish economy – equivalent to about 3 per cent of GDP. Photograph: iStock

Despite positive growth in the number of overseas visitors coming here, domestic travel remains the single biggest source of spending in the tourism s(...)

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