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Jess Murphy in her Kai Cafe and Restaurant, Galway, where things are going ‘better than expected’. File photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy/The Irish Times

Restaurateurs have reported a generally smooth transition to indoor dining a week after finally being able to open to customers. The vast majority of(...)

The bank’s shares continue to trade at a 45% discount to their so-called book value.

It emerged on Tuesday afternoon that Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe had sold almost 1 per cent of Bank of Ireland on the stock market in the pas(...)

The High Court has ruled in favour of a challenge to the planned Sandymount cyclepath. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

A High Court ruling stopping the installation of a cyclepath on Strand Road in Sandymount could have “devastating consequences” for the development of(...)

A mock-up of the proposed Strand Road cycle path. Image via Dublin City Council

The High Court has rejected Dublin City Council’s planned two-lane cycleway for the Strand Road in Sandymount. Mr Justice Charles Meenan ruled the cy(...)

James Whelan in Doheny & Nesbitt. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

At long last, indoor hospitality was back. And with the Big Reopening came the Great Staggering. Only to be expected, some might say. But it wasn’t d(...)

Patrick Guilbaud: “We have to rebuild the business from now when the Government allows us to re-open.”Photograph: Cyril Byrne

One of the country’s most celebrated restaurants, Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, last year recorded losses of €662,998 due to the pandemic. Commenting (...)

Google’s European headquarters in Silicon Docks in Dublin. For decades, multinationals moved to Ireland for its low taxes. Photograph: Paulo Nunes dos Santos/ The New York Times

“He’s prepared to cop the flak.” That was the summary of one high-level source when asked about the fallout for Ireland and for Minister for Finance P(...)

Taoiseach Micheál Martin Up to February, Martin’s score would have been not too far north of zero. A poor election last year dented his confidence. (...)

One lane currently used by traffic would be used to create a two-way cyclepath, the court heard. File photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

The way the Sandymount cycleway was planned was a “particularly extreme example” of the public being excluded from proper participation, the High Cour(...)

Rebecca Price and Patrick Kiely   pictured outside the Four Courts after the settlement of their High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A couple whose healthy pregnancy was terminated after they were wrongly advised of a fatal foetal abnormality are seeking an urgent meeting with the (...)

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