Ireland is facing into “extreme chaos” this month as Rosslare Europort will not be fully Brexit-ready until January 2021 at the earliest, it can be revealed.
Revenue officers have been granted a three-month cash detention order at Dublin District Court today.
Dublin Port Company is lodging an application with An Bord Pleanála for its second major capital development project.
The board of Dublin Port Company has again strenuously denied any impropriety over credit card expenditure and said it was happy to face TDs and senators over its governance at an Oireachtas Transport Committee hearing.
Transport Minister Shane Ross has ordered his officials to “make immediate inquiries” into revelations that Dublin Port managers spent hundreds of thousands of euro on company credit cards for flights, restaurants, and entertainment.
It says all expenses are checked and that no concerns have been raised about any expenditure.
Revenue officers, along with the assistance of detector dog Robbie, discovered 25kgs of herbal cannabis in Dublin Port yesterday.
The Port of Cork is poised to set up a special "border control" facility to help ease congestion at Dublin and Rosslare should Britain crash out of the EU.
Almost 50,000 counterfeit cigarettes have been seized in the past week.
The family of a Dublin docker who died seven years ago from cancer later found to be linked to asbestos dust has settled its High Court action for €42,000.
Cork Port is expected to take advantage of a lack of space in Dublin Port for large cruise ships when Brexit forces authorities in the capital to handle increased amounts of freight and cargo.
The Irish shipping industry has seen a marked increase in business as companies bypass British ports amid Brexit fears, the head of Dublin Port has said.
Bosses say it's a temporary move, and that by 2026 it will create room for even more passengers.
The CEO of Dublin Port has defended the company’s proposal to limit cruise liner traffic because of capacity issues.
Revenue says the seizure is part of an ongoing operation to target the supply and sale of illegal alcohol in the shadow economy.
An independent local councillor in Wexford claims that there is “a lot of smoke and mirrors” around the decision by Irish Ferries to halt its service from Rosslare.
The Chief Executive of Dublin Port suspects fresh produce may board ships that go straight to Europe.
Brexit beckons and despite British prime minister Theresa May’s assertion that there will be a “frictionless border”, the future of the UK’s relationship with Ireland and the rest of the EU is still very uncertain.
A man has been detained by gardaí after a significant quantity of controlled drugs were seized at Dublin Port this morning.
Dublin Port Company's full year trading figures for 2017 show that cargo volumes hit record levels for the third year in a row.
The winners of the InBUSINESS Recognition Awards have been chosen across 20 categories at an awards ceremony at the Westin Hotel in Dublin today.
Dublin Port Company has published its latest trade figures showing half-year growth of 2.9%.
Dublin Port said it has avoided the worst of the potential fallout this year from Brexit even though its rate of expansion is down to the slowest pace for four years, despite a booming economy.
Organisers of the annual Dublin Port Riverfest are expecting to bring a €1m boost to the local economy.
Irish ports will have their busiest ever cruise ship season in 2017 with over 300 vessels scheduled to visit ports and harbours around the country, writes John Daly.
Passenger numbers at Dublin Port were close to 10% lower in the first quarter of the year.
Revenue officers at Dublin Port have seized 360 litres of wine after stopping a van coming into the country from France.
Revenue officers at Dublin Port have seized 786 litres of wine after they stopped and searched a Transit van.
Dublin Port expects to see average yearly trade volume growth of over 3% for the next two-and-a-half decades.
Revenue officers seized 600,000 cigarettes with a retail value of almost €304,000 at Dublin Port today.
Dublin Port said it is taking on so much business that it will need to expand, setting aside fears that Brexit would severely disrupt its trade.
Dublin Port Company has opened a Seafarers’ Centre on the site of the old Odlums flour mill.
A major conference being held in Dublin later this year is expected to significantly bolster the number of cruise liners visiting this country.
Dublin was yesterday handed a double boost with the announcement of 290 jobs and €100m in funding for the development of Dublin Port.
Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
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One of the world’s longest cruise liners docked in Cork today — all 333m of her.
Cargo volumes passing through Dublin Port in the opening quarter of the year grew to record levels as the demand for imports grew in line with the economy’s recent resurgence.
Dublin Port Company today published trade statistics for 2014 which show a record year for trade at Dublin Port, with 7% year-on-year growth.
Revenue’s Customs service has delivered another blow to trafficking gangs supplying the lucrative Christmas market with the seizure of 85kg of herbal cannabis, worth around €1.7m.
The chair designate of Dublin Port will outline her plan for the company this afternoon.
A truck drivers’ protest which has caused serious disruption to Dublin traffic this morning has come to an end.
Dublin Port has had a strong year to date, with imports and exports rising by over 7% and ferry passengers up by 5.5% in the first nine months.
A €200m redevelopment plan for Dublin Port was outlined at a planning hearing yesterday.
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