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Participants in last year’s women’s mini-marathon making their way from Fitzwilliam Square in Dublin at the start of the 10km run. Photograph: Eric Luke

With temperatures set to reach 20 degrees this bank holiday Monday the final countdown is under way for some 40,000 women who will take to the streets(...)

Sitting outside a Co Wexford pub on a bright evening, enjoying the sea view, pulling on a pint of iced cider like a sucky calf with the drought, discu(...)

Clonganny House, Ballygarrett, Co Wexford Description: Seven-bed period home with courtyard, outbuildings and gate lodge, in one or two lots (€82(...)

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter during tonight’s resumed debate.

The Fianna Fáil sponsored confidence motion against Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has been defeated by 88 votes to 45.In a lively second debate on(...)

James O’Reilly from Dublin drowned on Saturday after going to the aid of three teenagers, including his son, who got into difficulties while swimming in Courtown harbour. Photograph: Patrick Browne

A man drowned on Saturday afternoon after coming to the aid of three teenagers who got into difficulties while swimming in the harbour at Court(...)

Martin Doran’s Ellen Construction built the refurbished Bewleys Hotel in Ballsbridge. Mr Doran sought bankruptcy in the UK in 2011

Two Irish property developers, who were declared bankrupt in Britain leaving more tha(...)

Bohemians manager Aaron Callaghan: his squad positive ahead of visit of St Patrick’s Athletic. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho.

While a 10-match unbeaten league run may have St Patrick’s Athletic level on points with Sligo Rovers at the top, Bohemians manager Aaron Calla(...)

Impact general secretary Shay Cody said revised deal contained improved proposals, including ring-fenced flexitime and work-sharing arrangements. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan.

The Republic’s largest union, Siptu, has urged its members in the public service to accept the revised proposals on reducing the public service(...)

 Portmarnock beach which has lost its Blue Flag status. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The number of beaches around the country who are to receive the coveted Blue Flag award this year has dropped by 15 per cent compared to 2012. (...)

Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Dublin comes out on top when it comes to a broad range of quality of life indicators, according to the latest report from the Central Statistic(...)

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