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Five new ‘walk-in’ Covid-19 test centres are to open in Dublin and Tullamore tomorrow

Five new “walk-in” Covid-19 testing centres opening on Thursday are aimed at catching asymptomatic cases of the virus in “a broader sweep of the popul(...)

Derek Moore, secretary of Stella Maris FC, showing a ‘cut’ on the all-weather surface. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

A Dublin city football club says young people trespassing on its grounds to play matches during the Covid-19 pandemic has left it with a bill of more (...)

The court heard the accused is a father of four, and has no previous convictions. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A father-of-four who intervened to pull a man away from a shop where he had been “hassling” his daughter will be sentenced later. Paul O’Neill (44) w(...)

Ardagh, which traces its roots back to the long-shuttered Irish Glass Bottle factory in Ringsend in Dublin, entered the drink cans business in 2016.

Ardagh Group, the glass and metal packaging group led by Dubliner Paul Coulson, confirmed on Tuesday that it plans to secure a separate US stock listi(...)

Sam the Trinity fox seen in the grounds of the university. Staff left out food laced with antibiotics after she was seen with mange during the first lockdown. Photograph: Eoin Hand.

Sam, the fox living on the grounds of Trinity college in Dublin, and who was seen wandering the streets of Dublin during the first lockdown, is pregna(...)

Dublin City Council has enacted new bylaws which will enable it to ban the use of bin bags. Photograph: iStock

A bin bag ban is on the cards for thousands of Dublin householders whose homes are not suitable for wheelie bins. Dublin City Council wants to rid th(...)

Thornback Ray: 'We wanted their wings to eat, not the whole heavy fish.' Illustration: Michael Viney

On a fine, calm dawn in early summer there might be two or three thornback rays on the line, flapping helplessly as I hauled them into the sand. Their(...)

Three people who claimed they had driven around 80km in a car from their home in Co Meath to a fast food takeaway in Dublin 4 to collect burgers were fined this week. File photograph: iStock

People can travel more than 5km from home to buy food in shops or collect takeaway orders but it must be within reason and within the “vicinity” of a (...)

Smog caused by burning smoky coal and peat fires pollutes the air over a housing estate in Dublin, in 1988. File photograph: Tom Stoddart/ Getty

Despite a 30-year smoky coal ban, Dublin once again earned its “dirty old town” reputation during a weekend with pollution levels in Rathmines and Rin(...)

 Irish Water is spending €400m upgrading the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plantwhich which is due to be completed by 2025. File photograph: Maxwell Photography

Uncertainty and persistent delays in Irish Water’s delivery of critical wastewater infrastructure are undermining confidence and prolonging health ris(...)

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