Where are all the statues, plaques, and street names commemorating the work of the women who shaped Ireland, asks Clodagh Finn
Gardaí in Clare have arrested a total of five people in connection with an overnight robbery in Co Clare during which a substantial number of mobile phones was taken.
Save Cork City’s plan is to build a tidal barrier now... instead of waiting for the sea to claim the city, writes Victoria White
SCIENCE FAIR: More than 50 exhibitors will take part in this year’s Munster Maths and Science Family Fair in Mallow GAA complex on Sunday from 11.30am to 4.30pm.
Brian Caliendo owns and runs Liber Bookshop on O’Connell St, Sligo, with his wife Ailbhe Finnegan.
A PROFILE site with 140m frontage to Limerick City’s Dock Road, and in an area earmarked as an economic development hub with docklands focus has been put to market for the Shannon Foynes Port Company.
Traders in Dublin city centre will have to pay €630 a year to use sandwich boards to promote their business.
Renters in Dublin are paying an extra €3,000 per year to live near the Luas network compared to average rents in other parts of the city.
Dublin was late to the anti-Trump party but the crowds who gathered on day two of the US president’s visit made their presence felt.
Attempts to preserve Dublin’s best-known shopping streets for high-end retail outlets are being reinforced with a recent decision by the planning authorities to reject plans for a doughnut shop on O’Connell St.
Queues were forming for Dublin properties today even before the pieces were taken out of the box.
Damien Enright visited Ibiza to discuss a book he has written about the time he spent there between 1961 and 1965
Limerick will be without God’s man on the terraces when they line out at Croke Park for the All-Ireland Hurling final.
Having enjoyed the magic of Co Clare as a youngster, Eoin English retraces his steps — now with his own family in tow.
An English-language teacher who smashed into a wall while doing a bear-crawl at a gym class settled her action for compensation from the fitness centre yesterday.
A teacher who ran into a wall while doing a bear-crawl at a gym class said yesterday: “I don’t think it is fair that I came to the gym, got injured, and now I see my bills stacking up.”
An English language teacher who was doing a bear-crawl as part of gym class smashed into a wall and brought a claim for damages against the gym to the High Court yesterday.
A man who admitted providing funding to the terrorist organisation Islamic State (IS) is to be sentenced in June.
Under heavy cloud and against a bitter cold, they stood in silence.
Those heading to the capital today for the parade or to attend the All-Ireland club finals in Croke Park should make allowances for traffic and transport disruptions arising from today’s parade when travelling to Dublin.
A 26-year-old man has admitted providing funding from Co Waterford to terrorist organisation Islamic State.
More than 600 other families may end up homeless as the demand for hotel beds from the tourism sector continues to grow.
A 'Cars for Bars' initiative to bring people to and from pub in rural areas has been suggested by a minister.
A ‘Cars for Bars’ initiative to bring people to and from pub in rural areas has been suggested by a minister.
The Government has been warned thousands of homeless children and families are being turned into “economic refugees” because the housing crisis is forcing them to travel up to 50km for emergency accommodation every day.
Planning permission is to be sought for a rugby museum in Limerick, backed by JP McManus and Paul O’Connell.
Prosecutors have dropped the most serious charge brought against businesswoman Deirdre Foley over redundancies at Clerys, writes Tom Tuite.
If you remove the vestige and emblems of the past, do you erase the memory of what they represented too? asks Clodagh Finn
There will be 5,000 additional hotel rooms in Dublin by 2020 to meet the needs of the 7.4m tourists who will likely have visited Ireland between 2015 and 2020.
The psychologist who spoke on behalf of her son charged with alleged terrorism offences in Waterford this week also recently gave evidence at a high-profile court case in Cork under a different name.
The Garda-led investigation into the funding of international terrorism which led to the arrest and charge of an Irish citizen last week has involved the FBI, Interpol and the London Metropolitan Police, a court has been told.
Limerick State solicitor Michael Murray reflects on a job well done, writes Mid-West Correspondent Jimmy Woulfe.
Controversial alterations to traffic routes on the River Liffey’s north and south quays to facilitate new Luas cross-city services will have a positive impact on city centre retailers, a new report has claimed.
Former Clerys workers have said a “goodwill payment” by investors who bought the store will be like Christmas for employees who lost their jobs.
Protestors see the future of the post office inextricably linked to a way of life in rural Ireland, rather than a means to make money, writes Michael Clifford.
One of the standouts in Dave Lordan’s Young Irelanders collection of new Irish writers in 2015, Oisin Fagan won the Penny Dreadful litmag’s €10,000 novella award this summer for The Hierophants and followed it up by releasing Hostages.
Are you a budding garden designer or fancy a €5,000 facelift for your garden? Super Garden on RTÉ One is gearing up for a ninth series and looking for you to take part.
With 2016 having one extra second on the clock there are dozens of ways to ring in the New Year around the country.
While the Naval Service may have stolen the limelight for its migrant rescue operations, it was one of the busiest years on record for the rest of the Defence Forces, both at home and abroad.
A taxi driver lured by a customer to an isolated rural road has since been afraid to work at night as a result of his ordeal, a court has heard.
A busy corner of Limerick City is transformed into a space of quiet reflection and prayer during Christmas as people converge to remember absent loved ones.
Limerick is poised to reach new heights in world rugby tourism with the announcement of a €10m visitor attraction focussed on the game which is being funded by JP McManus.
A group of former Clerys workers have launched a concerted bid aimed at preventing the €150m redevelopment of the Dublin department store from getting the green light.
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