Dublin City Council has set up a Temple Bar project team reporting to assistant city manager Brendan Kenny, who will in turn report to the council’s south-east area committee, as well as its arts and culture strategic policy committee.     Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council yesterday assumed full control of the functions and assets of Temple Bar Cultural Trust (TBCT) after the company’s director(...)

Mannix Flynn: will not resign as a director of TBCT until there was “full disclosure” of a range of financial and other matters that “need to be spelled out in the interests of transparency”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin city manager Owen Keegan, sole shareholder of Temple Bar Cultural Trust (TBCT), has informed city councillors that he intends to “accelerate” i(...)

Dublin City Council assistant manager  Brendan Kenny:  warned that progress  in dealing with crime and anti-social behaviour in disadvantaged areas could unravel. “I would be very worried that with the cuts and reduction in services, things may go back so we need to keep concentration on it.”

A Dublin city school may close because of gangland activity, a meeting of former TDs and Senators has been told.Dublin City Council assistant manager (...)

A young woman begging in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin’s 50 most persistent beggars are to be targeted for removal from the streets under a new initiative from the Garda and Dublin City Council. Gar(...)

14/1/2012. - NEWS - The rainscreen “umbrellas” in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar.  Dublin City Council  is to  conduct  an  audit  of the project. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The board of Temple Bar Cultural Trust has asked Dublin City Council to carry out an audit of a €2.3 million rainscreen project for Meeting House Squa(...)