People protesting against the  Poolbeg incinerator plan in 2010. The project has had numerous financial, legal and political obstacles in the past seven years. Photograph: Eric Luke

Residents opposing Covanta plant in Ringsend to march on Dáil tomorrow

Threshold chief executive Bob Jordan: “The current supplement is clearly inadequate, but in addition to increasing the payments in general, we would like to see more flexibility to deal with exceptional circumstances.” Photograph: Eric Luke.

Government made additional rent supplement payments to 82% of families referred

Clongriffin: earmarked for further residential development. Photograph: Alan Betson

New plans from Dublin City Council on homes in Ballyfermot and Malahide Road

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly TD during a Budget 2015 press brieifing at Government Buildings, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Finance and Environment at odds over land-hoarding levy introduction

Number 9/9a Aungier Street is one of the earliest buildings in the Aungier Estate, Dublin’s first planned post-medieval housing development, pre-dating the construction of Georgian Dublin.

9/9a Aungier Street pre-dates development of Georgian Dublin

An additional 3,000 households will be housed by local authorities through the leasing of houses in 2015, Brendan Howlin said.  However, this is also unlikely to make much of a dent in the city’s housing waiting list. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Analysis: Living cities initiative to kick in next year

The Government says  653,000 households will benefit from the €100 water subsidy.

Water Charges: Tax reliefs and subsidy for pensioners

The site of the former Longfield’s Hotel: the conversion will not add to the total number of places for homeless people as the Simon Community will close its Harcourt Street centre. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Longfield’s Hotel building was bought by Dublin City Council for €7m in 2007

Dublin Coast Guard was alerted and the Rosslare life boat and helicopter were mobilised, but the man was recovered by a rescue boat from the Isle of Inishmore ferry which was nearby. File photograph: RNLI

Passenger on Oscar Wilde ferry was reported overboard shortly after 6pm

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