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Two pedestrians have died following a crash in Co Louth. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Two women have died after being struck by a car while crossing the road near Ardee, Co Louth. The incident occurred at about 6.30pm on Monday on th(...)

A woman has died after her car collided with a truck in Navan on Thursday.

A woman has died after the car she was driving was involved in a collision on Thursday in Co Meath. The woman was travelling with her two children w(...)

Iarnród Éireann tweeted this evening that the 17:05 Connolly-Sligo would have to return to Connolly shortly “and will then depart for Sligo via Newcomen Junction”. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Traffic appears to be moving relatively reasonably through Dublin city on Friday evening after severe weather earlier today but there were some issues(...)

The pieces in the exhibition were selected from the British Council collection by fifth-year art students from St Oliver’s Community College and Our Lady’s College-Greenhills in Drogheda, Co Louth

In Drogheda, there was a march with placards and black balloons; in Clondalkin, Arts Minister Heather Humphreys sat for a portrait; in Thurles, they m(...)

The latest measures are an expansion of the previously announced €40 million “winter plan” but no extra funding has been allocated from the Government. Any extra funding will have to be found from existing HSE resources.

Some extra beds are being opened immediately as Minister for Health Simon Harris and the Health Service Executive attempt to tackle the latest winter (...)

Minister for Health Simon Harris speaking after talks with the HSE  on Tuesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Out-of-hours GP services were overwhelmed by Christmas demand, with patient increases reaching more than 50 per cent in some cases compared with last (...)

On Christmas Eve, Luas services will stop at 8pm and there will be no services on Christmas Day.

Thousands of people will turn to public transport to travel over the festive and New Year’s party season. Timetables have been changed from normal (...)

Sir Ciarán Devane: “We have these amazing people doing amazing things in amazing places. All I can do is help them do their job better – whether it’s art or post-conflict resolution.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The chief executive of the British Council manages an annual income of £980 million, juggling projects which range from helping Nigerians improve thei(...)

The blame for what happened in 2007 rests with  politicians. By the same token, the credit for the economic turnaround in the 1960s must also go to politicians such as (from left to right) Seán Lemass,  Jack Lynch and TK Whitaker. Photograph: Jimmy McCormack

Amid all the celebrations of TK Whitaker’s 100th year it is worth asking the question: why has Ireland’s civil service not produced anyone of his stat(...)

Dr Ken Whitaker: “If you live long enough you would be either canonised or found out.” File photograph: David Sleator

Every country has its heroes. Some are generals, some are conquerors, some even tinsel celebrities. Few countries would nominate a long-retired civil (...)

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