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An online car hire company suing over its alleged entitlement to pick up customers at Dublin Airport has been given until July to see if it can come u(...)

File photograph from 1985 of  Joanne Hayes leaving the tribunal of enquiry into the Kerry Babies. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Joanne Hayes, who was wrongly accused of murdering an infant over 35 years ago, and her siblings, want the High Court to declare all findings of wrong(...)

The DAA said the land lay next an area which had been designated a licensed Travellers’ halting site. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A man has agreed before the High Court to vacate land next to Dublin Airport which is required to facilitate the construction of the new north runway.(...)

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Norwegian Air was given additional creditor protection by a court in Norway on Tuesday on top of that granted by an Irish judge on Monday, allowing th(...)

 Boots outlet in Jervis Shopping Centre: pandemic-related rent rows have included Schuh, Topshop, Field’s, Boots and New Look.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin has filed proceedings against yet another retailer in a debt row, the sixth rent dispute between the centre, owne(...)

Norwegian opted to seek protection in the Irish courts to allow it restructures as its 140 aircraft are held by companies based in the Republic.

Norwegian Air Shuttle secured a crucial lifeline on Monday when the High Court granted the embattled carrier and five Irish subsidiaries protection fr(...)

People attend a citizenship ceremony at the Convention Centre, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Delays in the processing of applications, expensive fees and a lack of clarity around eligibility conditions are among a number of concerns raised in (...)

Financial services firm State Street says it will allow more than two-thirds of its 2,000 employees in Ireland work from home in regional locations

Blackstone Real Estate is facing losses of about €211 million on its investment in the Blanchardstown shopping centre and retail parks, according to t(...)

Darragh Ó Sé tracks Tipperary’s Derry Foley in 1997. Photograph: Matt Browne/Inpho

A few minutes after Tipperary had fallen to All-Ireland champions Kerry in the Munster final of 1998, their captain Brian Bourke summed up the feeling(...)

Champagne Football is a book to enjoy now but also to look forward to rereading again in a decade, just to see how stranger than fiction it all was. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The Best Champagne Football by Mark Tighe and Paul Rowan (Penguin, €12.99) We’re a mad little country at the back of it all. Where else (...)

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