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Percy Place: attractively located overlooking the Grand Canal in central Dublin.

Irish Life has surprised the Dublin investment market by buying a newly completed restaurant, cafe and office development at Percy Place for less tha(...)

Wicklow Street: overseas retailers are looking for new trading opportunities in Dublin city centre

The highly rated French tea company, Palais des Thés, is closing its shop on Dublin’s Wicklow Street after selling its lease to the UK’s Loake Shoes. (...)

The capital’s Pride festival begins on Wednesday, culminating with the parade next weekend

HOT Dublin Pizza Company Dispensing fresh pizza through a hatch on Aungier Street, D2 in 60 seconds Pride The capital’s Pride festival begins on (...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. US stocks were higher in trading on Friday, with the S&P and Dow on track to eke out their first weekly gains in five weeks as technology and financial stocks rose.

Shares broke their losing streak on Friday as investors shrugged off concerns about a likely US rate hike next month, sending markets rising across Eu(...)

Rosemary Fearsaor-Hughes and her guide dog Quilla were placed in John’s Lane West hostel in Dublin a month ago after being attacked on the streets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

Almost 150 former rough sleepers face a return to sleeping on the streets as two Dublin hostels close in the next fortnight. The 42-bed John’s Lane W(...)

San Francisco: “If you’re in tech, you need to go to the US in order to succeed. It’s that simple,” says Andrew Mullaney, chief technical officer of Irish Social Content Discovery Platform, NewsWhip

The success of an Irish tech firm entering the US is subject to a chicken and egg situation of the highest order. In a land where networking goes well(...)

Brown Thomas said  the store had ‘received many compliments from the public’ on its 1916 display.

Was it for a Marni polka dot skirt costing €1,590 or a ruched long sleeve dress by JW Anderson (€1,075) that the wild geese spread their grey wing on (...)

On Parnell Street during RTÉ’s Reflecting the Rising in partnership with Ireland 2016: a free family event in Dublin with an enormous variety of activites. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

“God save Ireland! ” bellows the man outside Eason’s. He’s handing out pamphlets with a potted history of the Rising and an exhortation to repent our (...)

After dinner in Yamamori restaurant with his sister one evening in 2014, David (31) from Enniscrone, Co Sligo, met Hinata (25), who had come from Tok(...)

Examining the Irish  Republic flag which flew over the GPO during the 1916 Rising is the Proclaiming a Republic exhibition curator, Brenda Malone. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The best-known flag of the Easter Rising is not the Tricolour that flew over the GPO in 1916 but the Irish Republic one on display at the Proclaiming (...)

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