Fianna Fáil has published a Bill to redevelop the Moore Street area of Dublin. Pictured (l-r) at the announcement of  the Bill was James Connolly Heron, great grandson of James Connolly; Fianna Fáil Dublin spokesman Senator Darragh O’Brien; Prionsias O’Raghallaigh, grandson of The Raghallaigh; and Patrick Cooney, founder of Save Moore Street Campaign. Photograph:  Conor McCabe. 2:30

A historical quarter, along the lines of the Temple Bar cultural quarter, should be developed on Moore Street, Fianna Fáil has said.The party on Frida(...)

Trader stalls on Moore Street:  The council has decided to go ahead with its improvement scheme. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Dublin’s Moore Street is to be redesigned by Dublin City Council in an attempt to “bring order” to the city’s oldest outdoor food market.The council h(...)

Staff of the Paris Bakery in Moore St protesting outside the premises. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Migrant Rights Centre of Ireland (MRCI) has described as “appalling” the treatment of workers at the Paris Bakery, a highly acclaimed restaurant o(...)

Men  at a barricade during the 1916 Rising. An Post has secured planning permission for a 1916 Rising exhibition and visitor centre for the GPO.

Work on two Dublin museums to commemorate the 1916 Rising – at the GPO on O’Connell Street and the National Monument on Moore Street – is to be(...)

“What the Paris Bakery forgot in its desire to build something from the bottom up and succeed are the numbskull environmental factors that call a halt to such endeavours.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien 2:06

A cake shop here, a vintage clothes store there, a hairdresser’s over there, yet another restaurant around the corner, a new cafe yonder – the (...)

The former  Carlton Cinema on O'Connell Street, Dublin. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

A former county council building on Dublin’s O’Connell Street which was to be part of a massive €900 million shopping centre development by Cha(...)