Lorry drivers held a four-hour blockade at Dublin Port on Monday

Hauliers withdraw protest threat

22 Oct The Irish Road Haulage Association has withdrawn a threat of further protest action after a demonstration earlier this week caused traffic disruption in Dublin.

Jake Brennan died after he was hit by a car outside his home in June

Speed limit review call after boy's death

15 Oct Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has asked local authorities to review speed limits in residential areas following a campaign by the family of a six-year-old boy who died after he was hit by a car in June.

The search area and ocean floor in the Indian Ocean off Western Australia

Search for MH370 moves further south

08 Oct Investigators have confirmed that the priority search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has moved further south as end-of-flight scenarios indicated it may have spiralled into the Indian Ocean.

The Fugro Discovery search vessel moored at Fremantle Port, Perth, before it joins the Go Phoenix in the search

New vessel joins search for MH370

06 Oct The next phase in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 began this morning, the Australian agency leading the probe said, with a new vessel resuming the underwater hunt.

Ultan Courtney told the transport committee that capital investment was a priority

Dublin Bus facing 'significant challenges'

23 Sep Dublin Bus has implemented costs savings totalling more than €60m a year, but significant challenges still remain for the company, according to Chairman-Designate Ultan Courtney.

Air France said yesterday it expected to operate 45% of its flights today

Air France pilots vote to extend strike

20 Sep Air France pilots have voted to extend their week-long strike over cost cuts and plans for its Transavia unit by a further four days until 26 September.

10% of Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann routes are to be put out to tender

Warning over opening bus routes to tender

17 Sep Unions at Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann have warned that the National Transport Authority decision to open 10% of its routes to tender will trigger a "race to the bottom" in pay and conditions for workers.

The Uber app allows users to summon cars using an app on their smartphones

Injunction against Uber taxi service thrown out

16 Sep The controversial but popular car pick-up service Uber has claimed a victory in Germany after a court threw out an injunction levelled against its operations in Europe's biggest economy.

MH17 exploded over eastern Ukraine en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur on 17 July

'Numerous objects' hit MH17 over Ukraine

09 Sep A preliminary report into what brought down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine has found that it was pierced by numerous "high-speed objects".