A bus company is creating 100 jobs in Kildare and Offaly.
A businessman and his mother cannot act as company directors for five years after the High Court found they failed to keep proper books and records for their liquidated hairdressing supplies and beauty treatments business.
Niall Quinn’s new blueprint for Irish football is in the process of being drafted.
Severe pressure on health and water services are being tackled by staff nationwide as the massive clean-up continues in the aftermath of Storm Emma.
TV3 set its stall out on Ireland AM by booking a stylist to select the perfect match outfit. These people know Rugby Country alright.
Three Dublin men “beat the lard out of a taxi driver” and yesterday the sentencing judge said they could not avoid a conviction even though they were never in trouble before.
It is the dream of every sports broadcaster to have their voices usher in one immortal moment. Jimmy Magee had a lifetime’s worth, writes Tommy Martin.
A Range Rover worth an estimated €140,000 was one of 21 vehicles seized in a massive operation targeting organised crime and the bogus motor trade.
TV3 says it has completed the acquisition of UTV Ireland.
A 43-year-old homeless man whose body was found among rubbish in a waste management depot in Dublin died due to suffocation.
US billionaire John Malone’s Virgin Media — which owns TV3 and the cable operator — has confirmed plans to acquire UTV Ireland from ITV, in a €10m deal which will raise fears for jobs at both broadcasters.
Latest: Junction Nine of the M50 has reopened after an overturned truck was removed from the area.
Reduced from a five-seater to four, Dublin South-Central has lost a population of more than 9,600 from Terenure and close to 3,000 in Kimmage.
Gardaí traced a can of Red Bull found at a suspected murder scene from a factory in Switzerland to a shop in south Dublin, the Central Criminal Court has heard.
The estimable voices of BBC and RTÉ are on the outside looking in this time, with TV3 and ITV exclusive television rights holders. What type of armchair experience awaits us then? Brendan O’Brien finds out
A man bought a secondhand Porsche 911 sports car but returned it more than three years later after finding out it had been previously written off by a UK insurer, the High Court heard.
Ireland falls below strict World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines on air pollution for four potentially harmful emissions.
Gardaí were last night trying to identify which bin lorry carried the remains of the human body that was found at a recycling plant late on Thursday night.
Around 150 workers at Dublin-based packaging firm Smurfit Kappa Dublin are to receive a pay increase after a Labour Court recommendation.
A University of Limerick study has highlighted the potential for up to 300 jobs in a national refurbishment programme for waste electrical and electronic equipment.
A new study suggests up to 300 jobs could be created by refurbishing old electrical equipment thrown out by householders.
Gardaí in Dublin have launched an investigation after drugs, cash and fireworks were discovered at a house in Ballymount.
One of the country’s largest household waste collectors has called for new safety protocols after a homeless man narrowly escaped death after falling asleep in a large recycling bin.
Dublin City Councillors are calling on the Environment Minister to restore their authority over waste collection services.
A major fire at a recycling centre which has been burning for three days is believed to have been arson.
Four units of Dublin Fire Brigade remain at the scene of the fire at the Oxigen Plant in Ballymount this morning.
Dublin Fire Brigade is continuing to battle a large blaze at an industrial estate.
Emergency services are at the scene of a serious accident on the M50 motorway.
Four people have made settlements of more than a million euro with Revenue for defaulting on tax.
Separate investigations are underway after three men died in workplace accidents over the weekend.
Investigations are continuing after a man was fatally injured at a recycling facility in Dublin yesterday.
A man was crushed to death during an accident at a recycling plant in Dublin.
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.
A 19-year-old man remains in a serious condition in Tallaght hospital in Dublin following a road crash which left a 17-year-old girl dead yesterday.
Entertainer Adele King, better known as Twink, spent her 62nd birthday in court being fined €1,000 for driving without insurance.
Journalist and broadcaster Vincent Browne was fined €300 in his absence when he forgot to turn up to court to face prosecution for driving a car while holding a mobile phone.
Entertainer Adele King, better known as Twink, has been fined €1,000 for having no car insurance.
Gardaí and emergency services are at the scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the M50.
Some 83 jobs are being lost in Dublin following the announcement that Johnson Brothers in Ballymount is to outsource the company’s warehouse and transport operations by the end of the month.
Gardaí in Crumlin are investigating a suspected arson attack after six of City Bin vehicles were found burnt out.
Former Miss Ireland Nuala Holloway, who injured her left ankle in a trip and fall at Superquinn Shopping Centre, Blackrock, five years ago, has been awar-ded €12,000 damages.
Entertainer Adele King, better known as Twink, will be expected to come to court on her next birthday to face a hearing for motoring offences including driving without “reasonable consideration”.
Detectives investigating a Dublin-based organised crime group are continuing to search for those behind yesterday's drugs haul in the capital.
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