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The driver, a man in his 40s, was removed to hospital with minor injuries.  File photograph

A man in his 60s has died following a single vehicle crash in Wicklow on Sunday night. The man, who was a passenger in a Toyota Landcruiser died whe(...)

The Government should mandate the ESB to deliver the plan as a means of breaking the current impasse, according to Fianna Fáil communications spokesman Timmy Dooley.

Ryanair’s first-half profit fell by 7 per cent to € 1.2 billion, as average fares declined due to excess capacity in Europe and repeated air traffic c(...)

A Halloween bonfire in Co Dublin last year. This year, community groups are offered flower bulbs to plant in gratitude for preventing bonfire damage. Photograph: Dave Meehan

1) People with disabilities have bodies that function differently from the socially “normal” body. “Towards a Consideration of All Bodies” is a platfo(...)

A senior judge has warned of the need for urgent action to revise a 2011 law that allows State agencies to access people’s phone and internet records

A senior judge has warned of the need for urgent action to revise a 2011 law that allows State agencies to access people’s phone and internet records,(...)

Gardaí say Deferred Prosecution Agreements avoid the risk of large companies with multiple workers going out of business as a consequence of  prosecution. File photograph: Getty Images

New criminal offences including “reckless trading” and “causing a financial institution to fail” should be introduced as part of an overhaul of white-(...)

The body of a woman was found at the Homestead Court Apartments in Cabra. Photograph: Garrett White/Collins

A man has been arrested in Dublin following the discovery of a woman’s body on the north side of the city. The woman was named locally as Amanda Car(...)

 Former Boston Police commissioner Bill Evans: “A lot of police organisations say they have community policing, but they only have it in name. They rarely walk the walk.” Photograph: Tom Honan

From an Irish-American family, William Evans was raised in south Boston. One of six brothers, Evans lost his mother while an infant. Aged 9 years, his(...)

According to garda figures, 28,454 motorists were speed-checked in the first three hours of National Slow Down Day on Friday with 44 being caught speeding. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Ireland looks set to have the lowest number of road deaths this year since records began, according to gardaí who mounted a high-visibility campaign o(...)

There has been a dramatic reduction in the number of fatalities where lower speed limits have been introduction. Photograph: Getty Images

Gardaí have launched a national crackdown on speeding motorists. A 24-hour “slow down” campaign began at 7am on Friday and will end at 7am on Saturda(...)

A Garda stops a motorist at a checkpoint. File photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

There are large discrepancies in how often An Garda Síochána divisions are testing motorists for drug-driving, with some only carrying out a handful o(...)

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