South Dublin County Council  voted yesterday to reduce next year’s local property tax rate by 15 per cent

Chief executive Owen Keegan says the decision could hit homeless services

Dollard House: the protected structure operated as a printworks from 1886 until the 1980s. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dollard House was earmarked for expansion of Clarence Hotel

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan said the decision to cut costs for property owners could hit homeless services. File Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Chief executive Owen Keegan warns decision could hit homeless services

Increases in most serious crimes in the 12 months to June this year

Dublin Dashboard 12 themes which connect to more than 1,000 maps and graphs. Photograph: goes live with more than 1,000 interactive maps and graphs

Dolphin House flats, Dolphins Barn, Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator

€16 million redevelopment due to start in the new year

Liam Carroll: the apartments at Camac Court were originally developed by his Danninger Group

Co-operative housing company to offer apartments in Inchicore this month

‘The Minster failed to mention the incinerator in his speech, but if we are to believe everything he said regarding waste policy, then it is never going to happen,’ said Green party leader Eamon Ryan, Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The €100 million Poolbeg incinerator dilemma

Litter on Belvedere Place in Dublin’s North Inner City. Photograph: Alan Betson

CCTV to be used to prosecute illegal dumpers

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