Walford, the Shrewsbury Road property bought by Gayle Killilea Dunne in 2005 and sold  last year for €14 million

House once bought by Gayle Killilea Dunne for €58m is now owned by Cypriot company

Dublin Fire Brigade responded to over 500 incidents last year, 196 of which were fires. Photograph: AP

Some of the worst injuries come from fireworks, says Dublin Fire Brigade

Walford in Dublin 4: concerns raised about who has beneficial ownership of the  property

Seán Dunne and Gayle Killilea Dunne bought Walford on Shrewsbury Road for €58 million

Shrewsbury Road residents are appealing against the proposed redevelopment of Walford, which includes extensive new tree planting and landscaping. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Appeal being heard against development of €58m Shrewsbury Rd property

The Mater Hospital Dublin where the National Isolation Unit is located. Photograph: Frank Miller

Mater hospital’s major incident plan to be put to the test today

Buskers on  Grafton Street.  New bylaws would require buskers to pay to perform on Dublin’s streets and would set time limits on performances. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

New bylaws set time limits and ban performances with knives, swords and flames

Lambay Castle: the 16th-century property was extended by Edwin Lutyens

Company controlling island wants to rent castle as tourism venture to ‘high-end’ clients

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan (centre pictured with deputy leader Catherine Martin and party chairman Roderic O’Gorman at the launch of their campaign for a referndum on the public ownership of water. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Future governments could overturn legislation banning sale of company – Eamon Ryan

Pelletstown station has been planned since the late 1990s and in 2002 was earmarked as an “immediate priority” in Irish Rail’s greater Dublin area rail network plan

Station planned for 15 years has no commitment from Department of Transport

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