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Margaret O’Sullivan from Montenotte is delighted to see Cork follow the template of European cities in embracing outdoor dining. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/ Provision

Clare Nash, who runs Nash 19 restaurant in Princes Street in Cork, believes outdoor drinking and eating are here to stay after Covid-19, despite the v(...)

Kevin  Owens, a student of Technological University Dublin,  cleaning a pair of sneakers at his workshop in Harcourt Street, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

Dublin college student Kevin Owens (20), who started a sneaker cleaning business as a school transition year project, says he has never been busier du(...)

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has begun unwinding the emergency policing measures introduced in response to Covid-19 as he believes the force is starting to emerge from the pandemic. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has begun unwinding the emergency policing measures introduced in response to Covid-19 as he believes the force is “sta(...)

Gardaí pictured on Grafton Street, Dublin during an anti-lockdown protest on Saturday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

A man suspected of shooting a fireworks cannon at gardaí during an anti-lockdown protest in Dublin last weekend could face up to five years’ imprisonm(...)

George Salmon, provost of Trinity College Dublin from 1888 to 1904. He was fiercely opposed to the admission of female students to the university. Photograph: Frank Miller

It’s more than a century since the former provost of Trinity College Dublin George Salmon is reputed to have said: “Over my dead body will women enter(...)

Bewley’s on Grafton Street, Dublin. RGRE, the company linked to Johnny Ronan, says it owns the six stained glass windows  by Harry Clarke, estimated to be worth €1 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A company connected with property developer Johnny Ronan claims the operator of Bewley’s Café in Dublin’s Grafton Street wants the taxpayer to foot it(...)

Mespil Road which was the city’s top blackspot for clamping in four of the previous five years does not even feature in the 2020 top 10. File photograph: Getty

The number of vehicles clamped for parking illegally in Dublin city last year declined 50 per cent, according to Dublin City Council. Clarendon Stree(...)

Grafton Group chief executive Gavin Slark. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

DIY and builders’ supplier group Grafton Group said it would reinstate its second interim dividend for 2019, which was suspended in March last year du(...)

Ryanair shares rose after its chief executive Michael O’Leary told BBC Radio 4  he expected a jump in people taking overseas holidays this summer. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

European shares closed little changed yesterday as investors adopted caution ahead of US banking giants kicking off the country’s fourth-quarter earni(...)

Grafton Group chief executive Gavin Slark. The group says demand is strongest in the Woodie’s and Chadwicks businesses in Ireland and in Selco in the UK.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Building materials group and DIY retailer Grafton Group said strong recovery in its businesses continued through the final months of last year as hous(...)

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