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A typed version of a surrender letter from 1916 Rising leader Patrick Pearse has sold for almost €300,000.

A typed version of the 1916 surrender letter of Patrick Pearse made £263,000 (€299,000) at an auction in London, more than twice its upper estimate of(...)

Six cyclists have been killed on Irish roads so far in 2017. Photograph: iStock

A cyclist has been seriously injured after colliding with a recycling truck in Dublin city centre this morning. The incident happened just before 9am(...)

Frank Duff, founder of the Legion of Mary, at Dublin Airport in 1965. Photograph: Jimmy McCormack

The unusual sympathy of Legion of Mary founder Frank Duff for the plight of unmarried mothers in the context of his times was recalled by economist Dr(...)

Martin Sheehan uses the cycle lane by the Four Courts along the Quays, in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Brendan Carr, has said he cannot support proposals for a new cycle lane on the North Quays as they stand. Cllr Carr said he(...)

Axial3D the Belfast based medical technology firm, specialises in 3D printing within the healthcare sector

Axial3D, the Belfast based medical technology firm, which specialises in 3D printing within the healthcare sector, has secured £230,000 of new investm(...)

Nearby occupiers include Trinity City Hotel, Ulster Bank, The Irish Times and Trinity College

The former headquarters of the EBS beside the railway line at 155 Townsend Street in Dublin 2 is fresh to the investment market this week with Collier(...)

Countess Constance Markievicz: The identity of the owner of the house on Leinster Road  where police found a printing press is not mentioned in The Irish Times, but   Markievicz lived on the  Rathmines street before the Rising

January 22nd, 1916 The Dublin Metropolitan Police made an unexpected raid on several houses in Dublin under the authority of the Defence of the Realm (...)

Properties at Lower Grangegorman and North Brunswick Street have been home to a number of people for more than two years and the occupants have established a garden where they grow food, run an art gallery space, cafe space, and a circus workshop.  Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A man has failed to get a stay on a court order directing he be jailed for 14 days over failure to leave properties at Grangegorman, Dublin, which a N(...)

Adrian Bayley is seen after his sentencing in June 2013. Judge Sue Pullen set a new non-parole period for Bayley of 43 years  after he was found guilty of raping  three women. Photograph: Fairfax Media via Getty Images

The man who raped and murdered Irish woman Jill Meagher in September 2012 will be at least 86 before he is eligible for parole, a Melbourne court has (...)

Adrian Bayley is seen after his sentencing in June 2013. Jill Meagher inset. Photograph: Fairfax Media via Getty Images

The man who raped and murdered Irish woman Jill Meagher in Melbourne in September 2012 has been found guilty of the rape of three more young women.Adr(...)

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