Fourth-generation trader Marie Cullen: “I think the council will be happier when we’re just gone.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Moore Street market traders who have operated their stalls in all weathers for decades were sceptical about the council’s plans.“They promised us 15 y(...)

The Moore Street markets were once part of a labyrinth of outdoor fairs  which had operated in the north inner city for at least two centuries. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The Moore Street markets were once part of a labyrinth of outdoor markets on the lanes around Little Denmark Street, Cole’s Lane and Riddal’s Row, whi(...)

March 17th is Dublin’s least car-friendly day, with the St Patrick’s parade, festival and sports events meaning many  road closures and restrictions. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

March 17th is Dublin’s least car-friendly day, with the St Patrick’s parade, festival and sports events resulting in road closures and restrictions.Th(...)

Teresa Ferreira and Miguel Gomes  from Oporto in Portugal dressed for the occasion on Sunday in Dublin  as the St Patrick’s Festival gets into full swing. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times 2:08

The annual ultimate celebration of Irishness, the St Patrick’s Festival, is in full swing with carnivals and pageants underway ahead of St Patrick’s D(...)

Members of the public, residents’ associations and business representative groups have until March 31st to make their views known on the main litter problems, such as illegal dumping, dog fouling, abuse of litter bins, graffiti and illegal posters. Photograph: Alan Betson

People in Dublin have been asked for their views on dealing with litter problems in the city. The city council is seeking submissions on a new litter (...)

Grafton Street before the street was repaved.  Photo: Davd Sleator/The Irish Times

Dublin’s Grafton Street will go green on Friday night in a joint celebration of St Patrick and the completion of the street’s repaving scheme.The €4 m(...)

Dublin City Council intends to install CCTV along the route to deter anti-social behaviour and to fit lighting so the path can be used at night. Photograph: The Irish Times

Plans to build a €10 million-plus cycle path along the Royal Canal in Dublin have been unveiled by the city council.The path will complete the capital(...)

Silvia Brigada from Milan  but living in Dublin views  an original stained-glass artwork by Harry Clarke (which outraged the Irish government in 1930),   on display at  the Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times 1:27

An original stained-glass artwork by Harry Clarke, rejected by the Irish government in 1930 as too scandalous, has gone on display at Dublin’s Hugh La(...)

Tenants could be living for €300 a month in Dublin 4, utility bills included, under expansion plans from Camelot Property Management. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA

Tenants struggling to pay Dublin rents could be living for €300 a month in Dublin 4, utility bills included, under expansion plans from a European pr(...)

Boarded-up flats at O’Devaney Gardens in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A plan to refurbish 62 Dublin City Council flats to provide temporary accommodation for homeless families would cost almost €5 million.Minister for t(...)