Author Salman Rushdie, who was guest speaker at this year’s Dalkey Book Festival, at Coliemore Harbour in Dalkey yesterday. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

“That was really deep,” a member of the audience said, emerging into the blazing sunshine after a discussion between literary heavyweights Amos Oz (...)

It’s amazing what lies behind the façades of some houses. Perhaps the contemporary cool of the front door of 30 Carysfort Road is a hint, but the p(...)

Peter Roberts: “Being a family-run shop in our home village has certainly worked in our favour.”

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Castlepark Road runs between Dalkey and Sandycove and Number 21 takes Dalkey as its address. The property, built in the 1930s was given a facel(...)

The view from Dalkey Avenue in south Dublin.

A Dalkey housewife “and her associates” forcibly removed a couple from the house they had rented from her in what the tenants described as a “horrendo(...)

A drawing of Kingstown terminus from the Victorian Adventure in Silent Speed by Charles Hadfield

For more than 10 years from 1843, a train without a locomotive plied the two-mile route between Kingstown (now Dún Laoghaire) and Dalkey. Trains runni(...)

In Ireland’s revived love affair with period homes, some seem to have forgotten the architecture of more recent decades, particularly the 1970s. Yes, (...)

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