The hotel will be located on the site of the former Clerys warehouse building at Earl Place, which has already been demolished

The developers of the former Clerys department store on O’Connell Street in Dublin have secured planning permission for an even larger hotel than orig(...)

Two  cars alight and a fallen lamppost blocking the entrance to an estate in Fortunestown, Tallaght on Thursday night. Photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade/Twitter

Fire officers were confronted with burning barriers and targeted attacks in Dublin on Thursday night as they dealt with almost 700 callouts over the 2(...)

Friends First Life Assurance has secured planning permission for a major refurbishment of the Royal Hibernian Way in Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Friends First Life Assurance has secured planning permission for a major refurbishment of the Royal Hibernian Way in Dublin, despite an objection by a(...)

Harry Hughes, chief executive of Mayo-based Portwest. Photograph: Richie Stokes

A leading international manufacturer of workwear and protective clothing has suffered a setback to plans for a new global head office in its home base(...)

An artists impression of the facillity at Carrickmines.

Planning permission has been granted for a large new retail and residential development in south Dublin, despite strong opposition from the owners of (...)

One in six of all weekday Dart journeys are made between 8am and 9am. Overcrowding is worse on north side services. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish Rail is to try to persuade Dart commuters to stagger morning rush-hour commuting journeys in a bid to reduce overcrowding problems. On Monday i(...)

The Tax Appeals Commission said Mr McGann had failed to discharge the burden of proof that Revenue had wrongly assessed the payments as liable for income tax. Photograph: Alan Betson

Businessman Gary McGann has lost an appeal against tax treatment on two payments totalling €2.3 million which he claimed were a gift from Smurfit Kapp(...)

Flexible working hours and the right to accrue flexi-leave were withdrawn for all assistant principals except for staff already availing of them under the Haddington Road Agreement in 2013. Photograph: iStock

New middle-ranking civil servants have lost a claim to be entitled to similar flexi-leave arrangements as longer-serving colleagues. The Civil Servic(...)

The use of wire rope barriers, which meet EU safety standards, has been phased out on most motorways and replaced with concrete barriers but they remain in place on some dual carriageways

Concerns have been expressed that delays in repairing damaged median barriers on motorways are posing a significant safety threat to commuters, especi(...)

New figures  show that 26,373 individuals were licensed to drive small public service vehicles, including taxis and hackneys, last year – an annual increase of 3 per cent. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The number of taxi drivers in the Republic, which fell by nearly half after Ireland’s crash a decade ago, increased last year for the first time in al(...)

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