In a statement Dublin City Council said it had had an arrangement with the bank for the temporary erection of the banner.

A contentious 1916 commemorative banner, featuring three politicians who died before the Rising and one who opposed the rebellion, has been removed fr(...)

Dublin City Council had offered to remove the controversial banner at College Green, but councillors failed to  meet deadline for vote on issue

Dublin City Council has offered to immediately remove a controversial banner featuring Henry Grattan, Daniel O’Connell, Charles Stewart Parnell and J(...)

An artist’s impression of the new Dalymount Park which would include a new realigned artificial pitch and two new stands.

Dublin City Council has produced detailed plans for the new Dalymount Park with a realignment of the pitch and a staged construction envisaged for a p(...)

Independent councillor Mannix Flynn:  in favour of street performances. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dublin City Council is to hold an eight-week public consultation on the regulation of busking in the city, to be completed early next year. Council(...)

Gutter Bookshop, Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council is to sell off the commercial assets of Temple Bar Cultural Trust, the State company disbanded last year following controversy ov(...)

 Phibsborough venue Dalymount Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Dublin City Council has said the door remains open to Shelbourne Football Club to enter into an arrangement in relation to the sharing of Dalymount Pa(...)

Dalymount Park: Dublin City Council want to see Bohemians and Shelbourne share the  upgraded venue while Tolka Park is developed for non-sporting use. Photo: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Dublin City Council says it remains committed to completing a deal that would result in Bohemians and Shelbourne sharing Dalymount Park while Tolka Pa(...)

Dublin Fire Brigade was ‘not getting out’ of the ambulance service, Dublin City Council chief executive Brendan Kenny said yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson

No money will be saved by the transfer to the Health Service Executive (HSE) of parts of the ambulance service operated by Dublin Fire Brigade, Dub(...)

The bylaws for the first time regulate street performances in the city, requiring buskers to buy annual permits costing €30, or €60 for an amplifier, to perform on the streets

Dublin’s buskers will be allowed to use amplifiers, but must restrict their noise levels to 80 decibels, and 75 decibels in Temple Bar, under new byla(...)

Dublin City Council is in the process of devising bylaws that will for the first time regulate street performances in the city, requiring buskers to buy annual permits. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Appeals by Dublin residents and businesses for buskers to be banned from using amplifiers on the city’s streets have fallen on deaf ears.Dublin City C(...)