Bolands Mill at Grand Canal Dock, which figured in the 1916 Rising, was built by the Pim brothers in 1837

The history of Dublin falls into familiar categories, packaged for the convenience of the secondary-school curriculum, popular history and the tourist(...)

Ireland, Kildare: €650,000 DNG Doyle
Take Five for €650,000

DNG Doyle is seeking €650,000 for this four-bedroom house in Naas, Co Kildare. We find similarly-priced properties around the world

A man is in a critical condition after being assaulted in the middle of a busy Dublin city street on Wednesday night.   Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish

A man is in a critical condition after being assaulted in the middle of a busy Dublin city street on last night. His attacker took off his t-shirt and(...)

Another profitable hotel in Dublin city centre is to be offered for sale on the international market. FBD Property and Leisure, an Irish-owned (...)

The Westin is the third hotel in Dublin to be acquired by John Malone and his Irish partners Lalco, operated by John Lally and Paul Higgins. The others are the Trinity City Hotel, Pearse Street and Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

John Malone, the billionaire behind UPC-owner Liberty Global, has bought the five-star Westin Hotel in Dublin for €65 million. The acquisition is exp(...)

Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney: the €62,000 profit is enough to cover his wages for a day. photograph: martin rickett/pa wire

Manchester United has bigger difficulties to manage, more is the pity, than its ill-fated superstore and Red Cafe that opened briefly on Westmoreland (...)

The Bewley’s Clock, a 19th-century fusee bracket clock, made by McMaster and Son of 91 Grafton Street, Dublin. It was purchased by Ernest Bewley for his office when he opened the famous landmark cafe in Westmoreland Street in 1896. The estimate is €1,500-€2,500 at Adam’s

A busy schedule of spring and summer auctions at Adam’s concludes next weekend with a Sunday Interiors sale featuring more than 550 lots. The auction (...)

Harry McGee with Eamon Ryan on Grafton Street yesterday. Photograph: Darragh Bambrick 3:14

Eamon Ryan cuts a slightly forlorn figure on Westmoreland Street. There he is standing still amid a sea of human traffic, trying to interest passers-b(...)

An artist’s impression of Westmoreland Street in Dublin as it would look following the reconfiguration of city centre traffic proposed by the National Transport Authority.

The most comprehensive assessment yet of traffic in Dublin city centre has concluded that most of it should go elsewhere. And the picture painted by t(...)

The plans envisage pedestrianising Suffolk Street and Church Lane, turning the southern half of College Green into a public plaza, making D’Olier Street and Beresford Place two-way and removing “general car traffic” from Westmoreland Street.

Radical plans to transform the movement of traffic in Dublin city centre – including a designated “orbital route” to cater for through-traffic – have (...)