The Government plans to spend €2 billion on improving roads, public transport and supporting tourism next year.

The Government plans to spend €2 billion on improving roads, public transport and supporting tourism next year. The Minister for Finance Paschal Dono(...)

The tournament will be hosted in 13 different cities across the continent in a change to the usual format.   Photographer: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

Dublin has been selected to host the draw for the qualifying groups of Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) 2020 in December 2018. UEFA se(...)

Black Valley is home to about 70 people. Photograph:  Valerie O’Sullivan

A huge increase in tourist and leisure traffic is making life uncomfortable in a remote and beautiful valley, a meeting has been told in Co Kerry. Th(...)

People renting out their homes on Airbnb may have to get a licence under new rules to be brought in by the Government. Minister for Housing Eoghan Mu(...)

Iarnród Éireann  is responsible for an operational network of 1,700 route kilometres and 135 route kilometres of non-operational lines.

The railway regulator brought concerns over Irish Rail’s response to safety management issues to the Department of Transport after its already “strain(...)

Irish Government departments will spend at least €39.3 million this year in an effort to better prepare for Brexit. Photograph: iStock

Dealing with Brexit will cost Irish Government departments at least €39.3 million this year, according to figures compiled by the Labour Party. As pa(...)

Cyclists also need to take responsibility for their safety on Irish roads, said Verona Murphy, president of the Irish Road Haulage Association. Photograph: Alan Betson

The number of cyclists killed in traffic collisions up to June this year has now passed the total number of cyclists who died on Irish roads in 2016. (...)

Dublin airport’s Terminal 2, which opened in 2010

Oxford Economics and Cambridge Economics Policy Associates have been selected to undertake a review of the capacity needs for Ireland’s State airports(...)

The Government is examining potential uses for the public services card, including as a passport card.

The project to develop a public services card (PSC) has its basis in government decisions taken as far back as 2004, which aimed to modernise the deli(...)

Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar: a career politician, whose drive and determination come with personal sacrifice. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Fifteen years ago, a 23-year-old Leo Varadkar wrote to The Irish Times proposing a new system for electing the leader of Fine Gael. He, and the co-si(...)

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