The Fleet Street Hotel and TGI Friday’s inTemple Bar: a protected structure with decorative windows attributed to Harry Clarke’s father Joshua. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

TGI Friday’s not permitted its own entrance to Fleet Street branch

Litter in Dublin’s north inner city. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin’s north inner city remains litter ‘black spot’, according to Irish Business Against Litter

Carl Raftery, a conservation research officer with Dublin City Council, in the 17th century house on Aungier Street, Dublin which is being restored. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Work on-going to protect Dublin’s oldest house

A conservation research officer for Dublin City Council in a 1664 house on Aungier Street, Dublin, that is being restored. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

More than 1,000 days of work provided in capital through built heritage scheme

“The Government is looking at holding at least three and possibly five (or more) referendums in 2015,” documents submitted to the  Minister for the Environment state. Photograph: Eric Luke

Spring polls likely on voting age, age barrier for presidential candidates, and same-sex marriage

The increase from 5,000 to 6,000 new homes is largely due to additional funding of €20 million this year to bring vacant local authority houses and flats back into use. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Figure is 1,000 more than estimated at the beginning of the year

The controversial shopfront at Supermac’s restaurant in Temple Bar, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Restaurant chain appeals against Dublin City Council order to undo alteration

New legislation in February 2011 made aggressive begging an offence liable for prosecution

Not all begging the same – Focus Ireland

Flower sellers beside the Spire, on O’Connell Street, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times.

2011 begging legislation failing, says Dublin business body CEO Richard Guiney

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