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

No sale has been registered for Walford, the Shrewsbury Road house last year acquired for €14 million by Cypriot-registered Yesreb Holding Ltd, a Bor(...)

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

Dublin Fire Brigade attended more than 500 fires and other incidents on Halloween night last year, a reduction of 20 per cent on the previous year.How(...)

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

Attempts to identify the owners of Ireland’s most expensive house have dominated a Bord Pleanála hearing on plans for its redevelopment. Gayle Killil(...)

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

An appeal against plans to redevelop Ireland’s most expensive house, bought by developer Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea Dunne for €58 million (...)

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

A test of the National Isolation Unit’s ability to cope with a case of Ebola will be carried out at the Mater hospital in Dublin on Wednesday. (...)

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. 3:23

Buskers will be banned from Temple Bar but will be allowed to perform on Grafton Street until 1am if new bylaws are approved by Dublin City Council. T(...)

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

A family row has arisen over plans to install an en-suite bathroom in the guest wing of Lambay Castle, designed by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutye(...)

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

A constitutional referendum to block the privatisation of Irish Water should be held next year, the Green Party has said.The party wants to amend Arti(...)

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

Irish Rail has been granted permission for a new train station at Pelletstown in Dublin in an area designated for major residential development by Du(...)

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

Work has begun on the €600 million Poolbeg waste incinerator in Dublin, seven years after the facility was granted permission by An Bord Pleanála.Con(...)