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Irish non-bank lender Finance Ireland is eyeing up parts of Ulster Bank’s business banking book, triggering a potential bidding war with Permanent TSB(...)

Ballynahinch castle

WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO HOLIDAY ANYWHERE JUST YET, BUT WE ALL NEED SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO THIS YEAR. FROM LUXURY SPLURGES TO FAMILY CAMPING AND(...)

Limerick’s Gearoid Hegarty has been named Hurler of the Year after a fantastic 2020 season. File photograph: Inpho

Limerick wing forward, Gearóid Hegarty was announced as the 2020 Hurler of the Year in a remote broadcast ceremony on Saturday night when the PwC All (...)

Polocrosse player Shane Harris (31) was riding his horse near his home on the June bank holiday last year when the animal reared up and fell back on top of him, crushing him. Photograph: Shane Harris

An international Irish sportsman has spoken of his huge debt of gratitude to the Irish Community Rapid Response (ICRR) air ambulance for saving his li(...)

Limerick Gaol. The early 19th century was an era of great political unrest, and public executions were commonplace, none more so than in Limerick, a hotbed of agrarian agitation.

Frank McNally’s narrative (An Irishman’s Diary, January 14th) on the paucity of native Irish hangmen down the years, brings to mind one of the last of(...)

Galway city centre: 14-day incidence rate of Covid-19 stands at 951.2 per 100,000 of population

The centre of Galway city has the highest rate of Covid-19 in the State , according to latest official figures. The 14-day incidence rate in the cit(...)

The judge approved the offer from the respondent’s insurers.

A three-year-old boy who was knocked down by a neighbour’s car near his home has had a €65,000 settlement with the driver approved by the High Court. (...)

Waterford’s Stephen Bennett is tackled by Limerick’s  Will O’Donoghue in the 2020 All-Ireland hurling final. Photograph: Inpho

The new rule to introduce a sin-binning in hurling and the awarding of a penalty for fouls that deliberately deny goal-scoring opportunities may end u(...)

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said the amount of complaints rose by 127 per cent over the previous year, including a ‘dramatic’ rise in those relating to foul odours.

There was a sharp rise in the volume of environmental complaints against factories and other industrial facilities last year as people were stuck in t(...)

South Dublin saw the largest decline in supply at 31 per cent. Photograph:  Aidan Crawley

The number of homes available for sale in the State is now at its lowest level in more than a decade, according to estate agent Sherry FitzGerald. Ba(...)

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