An indication of what we'll see, and the new urban core vantage points, by the end of 2020 comes in this stunning timelapse video of a sunset over the city centre and River Lee
A Green MEP has said someone should lose their job if they do not increase the number of people using public transport to head to Croke Park.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following a hit-and-run involving a cyclist and a vehicle in Dublin 8.
A man in his 20s sustained apparent stab wounds in an incident in Dublin this afternoon.
The regeneration of Cork’s docklands has stepped up another gear with work underway on a €125m office block on the northern quays which will be able to accommodate more than 2,250 workers by mid-2020.
A major planning approval this week brings to €300m the value of development set to flow onto Cork City’s north quays, by CIÉ’s Kent railway station.
Update 16.53pm: Three people have been taken to hospital after a serious crash on the South Quays in Dublin.
Parts of Dublin's south quays are to completely close for eight days from Friday week.
Flooding and high winds are continuing to cause problems for many homeowners and business people across the country today.
Gardaí investigating the death of a Polish man, whose body was found in a bin truck, are today asking the public for help in tracing his last movements.
Gardaí in Dublin are appealing for the public's help in identifying the last movements of a Polish man who was found dead in a recycling truck.
Over 200.000 people lined the quayside in Dublin earlier today to bid farewell to the Tall Ships.
THE Waterford Harvest Festival, which starts tomorrow and runs for nine days, could contribute as much as €2.5 million to the local economy, according to a survey of last year’s festival.
A WHO’S who of celebrity chefs will descend upon Waterford city for the annual Harvest Festival next month.
Motorists are being warned to expect major traffic restrictions in Dublin city on Monday afternoon, during an address by the US President Barack Obama.
There are long delays on the South Quays in Dublin because a large truck is stuck on ice.
The number of trucks taking part in a protest in Dublin city centre - in support of workers at the Quinn Group - has been reduced to 50.
The Dublin fire service has dealt with a major fire at the Guinness Store House at St. James' Gate in the city centre.
A protest by a group called ‘The Irish Taxi Council’ caused severe traffic delays for Dublin commuters from 8am right through the day, and on into evening rush hour, according AA Roadwatch.
Motorists can expect some serious delays as the competitors in this year's Dublin marathon make their way around the city.
BUSINESS leaders in Waterford have called for the establishment of a high-powered group to drive forward the city’s development over the next seven years.
A ambulance driver is dead following an ambulance crash in County Cork.
A special committee has been set up to inquire into the circumstances of Saturday's bus crash on the South Quays in Dublin, in which five people died.
A COUPLE who swapped a life in Spain for the River Suir are selling up their waterside Tipperary home - but are staying put in this country.
Dublin will be in carnival mood today, as the delayed St Patrick's Day festival begins in earnest.
Thursday, September 24, 2020 - 10:00 PM
Friday, September 25, 2020 - 6:00 AM
Thursday, September 24, 2020 - 9:00 PM