A stretch of the Tolka River running through Griffith Park, which appears to be polluted with a detergent-like foam which has killed hundreds of  fish over a 2km stretch of the river. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Dublin City Council and fisheries body investigating source of contaminant

Work has started in recent weeks on the reconstruction of Priory Hall. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Redevelopment of McFeely apartments involves the removal of pyrite

Artist’s impression of how Priory Hall will look when it is redeveloped.

Council to buy 65 properties, formerly owned by Tom McFeely, from IBRC

Vacant property site on Fishamble Street, Dublin 2, for which expressions of interest by families are being sought. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Council seeks owner-occupiers to design and build homes on Fishamble Street

Owen Keegan of Dublin City arriving for a hearing with the Public Accounts Committee over the cancelled Garth /The Irish Times

Council chief executive says he did not say the shows would get licences

Country music star Garth Brooks performs at the 48th ACM Awards in Las Vegas in in April 2013. Photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

Dublin city chief executive appearing again before Oireachtas transport committee

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan  and executive manager  Jim Keogan arrive at Leinster House for a meeting with the Oireachtas transport committee to discuss the Garth Brooks concerts. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Council showed flexibility where there was ‘no budge from the other side’

The most interesting word used to describe the Garth Brooks cancellation has been “unprecedented”. Photograph: AP Photo/Mark Humphrey

The Garth Brooks concerts episode was an accident waiting to happen

Screen grab image taken from garthbrooks.com of country superstar Garth Brooks during a press conference last week. Photograph: PA

Committee hears decision to permit three of the since-cancelled shows was ‘reasonable’

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