A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Thu, 06 Feb, 2020
The RDS Exhibition Hall was bursting at the seams as the annual BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition got under way last week.
Mon, 13 Jan, 2020
All of Ireland’s most expensive streets are in Dublin, with Temple Road now taking the crown as the costliest street in the country. Near Rathgar, Milltown and Rathmines, properties on Temple Road come with an average price tag of €5.5m.
Mon, 16 Dec, 2019
All of Ireland's most expensive streets are in Dublin, with Temple Road now taking the crown as the costliest street in the country.
Sun, 15 Dec, 2019
Roisin Begley’s final second strike helped Catholic Institute secure a little piece history as they landed their first ever win in the women’s EY Hockey League, beating Belfast Harlequins 3-2.
Sun, 17 Nov, 2019
His work spanned biography, poetry, Irish history, drama and literary criticism.
Mon, 07 Oct, 2019
A property developer has failed in an appeal in which he challenged the sale of his and his company's loans of around €25m to a fund.
Thu, 04 Jul, 2019
The Mother and Baby Home Commission of Investigation may be seeking evidence for the allegation that unmarried motherhood was considered akin to a criminal act.
Thu, 20 Jun, 2019
An architect has been fined €2,500 for breaching health and safety laws in connection with a fatal workplace accident during renovations at his south Dublin home.
Wed, 19 Jun, 2019
One of the country’s largest residential builders, Glenveagh has stated that it will sell 56 apartments in Dublin’s docklands to Dublin City Council for €22.06 million for social and affordable housing.
Tue, 14 May, 2019
Never listening to Michael Jackson’s music again is like the Germans refusing to drive on the Autobahn.
Thu, 28 Mar, 2019
Want to pass your driving test? Head west and avoid Dublin.
Mon, 01 Oct, 2018
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy will tomorrow attempt to address concerns by junior health minister Catherine Byrne after a warning that she may abstain or support a Dáil motion against him.
Mon, 24 Sep, 2018
There was not even a flower petal left to mark the graves of the hundreds of children who died in the Protestant mother and baby homes.
Sun, 01 Jul, 2018
My job drinking (sorry ‘tasting’) for a living has its upsides.
Sat, 23 Jun, 2018
Almost 15 new property millionaires were created every week in Ireland last year as the average value of a house surged almost €100,000 in five years, a new report shows.
Mon, 18 Jun, 2018
In July 2012 a court imposed 16 orders against him, including forbidding him from posing as a film director or journalist in search of child subjects.
Tue, 01 May, 2018
The Russian embassy has warned of retaliatory actions after Ireland joined dozens of countries in expelling a diplomat over the nerve agent attack in Britain.
Wed, 28 Mar, 2018
The Russian ambassador to Ireland described the expulsion by Britain of 23 diplomats as a “hostile action” and said it would “not go unanswered”.
Fri, 16 Mar, 2018
RTÉ’s new show takes us into the houses of some well-known people, writes
Fri, 29 Dec, 2017
A postage-stamp sized site in the heart of Cork City, which was bid upon by US-based developers earlier this year up to a reported €1.3m, is among the 200 lots at the December BidX1 end-of-year online auction.
Thu, 30 Nov, 2017
Having trouble passing your driving test? Go west.
Mon, 27 Nov, 2017
But, the changing of the guard is coming and Mary Lou McDonald is the clear favourite to take over the role as Sinn Féin leader.
Sun, 19 Nov, 2017
Crowds 10ft deep cheered as runners completed the final stretch of yesterday’s Dublin Marathon.
Mon, 30 Oct, 2017
Craft Restaurant, 208 Harolds Cross Road, Harolds Cross, Dublin 6w.
Sat, 21 Oct, 2017
Seldom will a ridiculous 23-0 result in the Oceania Cup mean so much to those 17,000 kilometres away but Australia’s crushing of Papua New Guinea proved the outcome that confirmed the Irish women’s team will go to the 2018 World Cup.
Fri, 13 Oct, 2017
In 1983, former Cork South West TD Jim O’Keeffe was involved in the discovery of a Russian spy ring in Dublin. His story now features in a new RTÉ documentary, writes
Tue, 26 Sep, 2017
Acclaimed contemporary Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy speaks toahead of the world premiere of his prize-winning opera ‘The Second Violinist’.
Fri, 21 Jul, 2017
Three banks have now retrieved almost €5.7m after appointing receivers to the assets formerly owned by TD Mick Wallace’s main building firm.
Wed, 12 Jul, 2017
The boss of RTÉ has said funds raised from selling almost nine acres of its Montrose land to Cairn Homes for €107.5m will be invested in improving the public broadcaster’s services as well as reducing debt.
Wed, 14 Jun, 2017
Dublin criminal and serial child abuser Stephen "Rossi" Walsh has been refused an enlargement of time to appeal convictions for rape and defilement of a child.
Fri, 07 Apr, 2017
A carer who became the first person in Ireland prosecuted for assisting suicide has talked about her relationship with her deceased friend and the times she faced questioning from gardaí.
Sat, 04 Feb, 2017
Gardaí are investigating the cause of a housefire at a vacant property in Dublin last night.
Tue, 17 Jan, 2017
sits down to chat with Gillian Sherrard, interior architect, to pick her brain for ways to create the simple and spacious home you’ve always wanted.
Sat, 17 Dec, 2016
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Thu, 24 Nov, 2016
Fri, 11 Nov, 2016
Dublin 6 — which includes Ranelagh and Rathgar — is the most expensive place to buy a home in Ireland.
Thu, 22 Sep, 2016
Three banks have recouped nearly €5m, between them, from the receivership of assets formerly owned by M&J Wallace; main building arm of independent TD Mick Wallace.
Tue, 30 Aug, 2016
Dublin City Council is to vote tonight on a motion calling for the banning of election posters on public property.
Mon, 25 Jul, 2016
As Over The Top wrestling gains traction, women are getting in the ring – and the fans love it, writes
Thu, 23 Jun, 2016
Revenue’s clampdown on medical consultants’ tax affairs has so far yielded €46.5m in settlements.
Wed, 08 Jun, 2016
Two former executives from Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of conspiring to defraud the public in 2008.looks at the two men whose careers end in disgrace.
Thu, 02 Jun, 2016