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A rainfall warning has been issued for western counties for Friday evening and Saturday afternoon.

A yellow weather warning issued by Mét Eireann remains in place in parts of the country with high levels of rain expected over the weekend. The weath(...)

Kristy Hubbard (20) from Finglas: “I was scared about starting Leap but, after some encouragement, I decided to give it a go and it’s been great for me.” Photograph: Seán Dunne

Paul Flood quit school just weeks before he did the Leaving Certificate three years ago. Everything had become too much. “The pressures got on top of(...)

A striking worker speaks with tourists at a locked-up Tara Street Dart Station in Dublin  during the rail strike. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

AA Roadwatch has warned of heavy traffic on a number of routes across the capital and on the outskirts of Dublin this evening due to the Irish Rail st(...)

Gardaí are still searching for Arnel and Ayaan Azad who are missing from their home in Co Limerick since last week.

Gardaí are still searching for two young children missing from their home in Co Limerick since last week. Arnel Azad (5) and his brother Ayaan Azad ((...)

Tom Dempsey outside Heuston Station, Dublin: “The Luas drivers put up a good fight to get what they wanted but I just hope that our dispute doesn’t last as long.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

“It’s the Government that holds the purse strings to this dispute,” says Tom Dempsey (58), who has worked for Iarnród Éireann for the last 33 years. (...)

Bus Éireann is the only provider to see a decrease in passenger numbers because of service cutbacks. Photograph: The Irish Times

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has announced a series of public transport fare changes over the next year which will see a significant decreas(...)

Legislation which will be published on Tuesday would see responsibility for online content shifted back on to tech giants rather that the person who posts the content.

Social media companies could face the prospect of unlimited fines if they fail to remove posts which risk prejudicing criminal trials. Legislation wh(...)

ESB Networks has  now restored power to over 370,000 people who suffered an outage following Ophelia.

Work is continuing on Monday to restore power to about 2,000 homes, farms and businesses which are still without electricity a week after ex-hurricane(...)

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has confirmed it is providing consular assistance after an Irish man died in Portugal. Photograph: Tom Honan

An Irish man has died in Portugal, in what is understood to have been a drowning incident. The Irish Times understands the man, who was in his 60s, wa(...)

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone at the annual conference of Youth Work Ireland at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, in Dublin.

A new model of youth work in Ireland will see intensive outreach work with vulnerable teenagers take place in the coming months. Youth workers are se(...)

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