The former Model School on Church Avenue in Glasnevin, Dublin 9, which  is adjacent to Bons Secours Hospital

Two high profile sites in prime residential locations in Dublin have been put on the market for auction next month. Both are currently owned by the O(...)

Maurice Buckley, chair of the Office of Public Works  confirmed Stepaside is expected to reopen next June. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

About €1.5 million will be spent on refurbishing Stepaside Garda station while five other stations will be allocated a maximum of €1 million between t(...)

Fianna Fáil’s Marc MacSharry  said a similar loss of money in the private sector would have led to disciplinary action.  Photograph:  Bryan James Brophy

The new headquarters for the Department of Health, which lay empty for 18 months at a cost of €11 million, was “in the round a very good deal” for the(...)

The former Garda station in Stepaside which is set to be re-furbished.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The old Stepaside Garda station, closed five years ago, is to be refurbished instead of being replaced by a new purpose-built facility, according to l(...)

Pamela O’Reilly from New Zealand rembered her Grandfather George Robinson. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Relatives of those who were on the RMS Leinster when it was sunk by a German submarine 100 years ago have visited the site of the sinking. The mail b(...)

Deputy Alan Kelly told the public accounts committee he had received a letter from a whistleblower in the OPW. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

Labour TD Alan Kelly has said he has received a letter from a former whistleblower within the Office of Public Works (OPW) which contain allegations o(...)

New Department of Health headquarters leased from businessman Larry Goodman in December 2016 lay empty for 17 months at a cost to the State of €15.8 million, the Comptroller & Auditor General’s report has found.

New Department of Health headquarters leased in December 2016 lay empty for 17 months at a cost to the State of €15.8 million. Delays in relocating (...)

Restaurants Association of Ireland chief executive Adrian Cummins said the visit was a missed opportunity to highlight what Dublin city centre had to offer. Photograph: Eric Luke/THE IRISH TIMES

Dublin retailers and restaurateurs saw custom drop by up to 50 per cent as a result of “poor communication” around traffic restrictions for the visit (...)

Papal Mass co-ordinator Fr Damian McNeice has recruited 4,000 servers for the event. Photograph: Conor Pope

While organising the largest outdoor event in Europe this year has been difficult from almost every angle and has required multiple arms of the State,(...)

 Work continues at the site of the World Meeting of Families  Mass at the Phoenix Park in Dublin, at which Pope Francis will be the chief celebrant. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The cost of the 32-hour visit to Ireland of Pope Francis is expected to compute at about €1 million an hour. “This is bigger than the Queen, bigger t(...)

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