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There was widespread criticism of the two ballot papers which seemed to have caused confusion among voters in 6,000 centres. The ballot papers made reference only to the 32nd and 33rd amendments to the Constitution without stating in full the propositions. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Voting has closed in the two referendums on the abolition of the Seanad and a new Court of Civil Appeal. Turnout was low across the country and will s(...)

I was in the Park Hotel Kenmare one night in late August. It’s a magnificent 19th-century world of elegance and creaking floorboards, fillet beef and (...)

Moynalty has won this year’s Tidy Towns competition. Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan announced the results in Dublin this afternoon. Photograph: Department of the Environment

Moynalty, Co Meath has won the overall title of Ireland’s tidiest town. The announcement was made by Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan wh(...)

Zircon production fell in the first half of the year, Kenmare said. Photograph: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg

Profit and earnings at Kenmare fell in the first half of the year, as declining product prices and increased costs hit the company. Operating profit f(...)

Production of zircon, a raw material used in the ceramics industry, fell 16 per cent from 10,400 tonnes in the first quarter to 8,700 tonnes during the second three months.

Mining company Kenmare Resources increased its overall production during the second quarter of this year. Between April and June the company’s product(...)

Benoit Lorge at his factory in Co Kerry.  Photograph: Andrew Downes
Q&A Inside Track

What sets your business apart?I took over a rural shop about 10kms from Kenmare; it used to be a post office in a parish 17km long with 150 people. We(...)

Iseq heavyweight CRH was down 0.73 per cent at ¤16.405. However the group outperformed its peers

European stocks plunged yesterday as the US Federal Reserve signalled it will scale back its stimulus if the US e(...)

Markets in Ireland, Britain and Greece reopened yesterday following the bank holiday. Major indexes in Germany and the United States hit highs (...)

A man in his 40s was in custody last night after being arrested in connection with the theft of more than €1 million worth of paintings, artefa(...)

Minister for Arts Jimmy Deenihan said: “As this is an active investigation, I must be cautious in any comment I make in order not to impact on the investigation that is under way.” Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A man has been arrested in relation to the theft of State-owned paintings from the Department of Arts earlier this year. The art works an(...)

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