The mural by Irish artist Joe Caslin on the side of a building on Dublin’s South Great George’s Street. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The artist who erected a large paper mural on the side of a building in Dublin city centre expects to hear soon whether the piece will be allowed to r(...)

A new mural by Irish artist Joe Caslin on the side of a building on Dublin’s South Great George’s Street. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire. 0:30

More than 15,000 people have signed a petition calling for a mural supporting same sex marriage not to be removed from the side of a Dublin building. (...)

Derelict mews buildings at the rear of the Little Museum on St Stephen’s Green Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times 1:58

The last two remaining Georgian mews buildings on St Stephen’s Green are being offered for sale by Dublin City Council despite calls from Dublin Ci(...)

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(...)

 Stephen Johnston (left), owner of the Bleeding Horse pub on Camden Street in Dublin with Dublin City Councillor Mannix Flynn outside the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

A real-life version of the restaurant in RTÉ’s Raw, based in the site used to film the drama’s restaurant scenes, is ready to open its doors, a court (...)

A photograph added to Mannix Flynn’s Twitter feed shows  the right hand window smashed and graffiti on the left hand one and on the wall and door. 3:08

Gardaí are investigating an attack on the Dublin city centre office of Independent councillor Mannix Flynn that saw windows smashed and abusive graffi(...)

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(...)

Numbers 9 and 10 Fitzwilliam Street Lower. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Plans to convert a former hotel on Fitzwilliam Street, opposite the ESB headquarters in Dublin 2, into a homeless hostel, have been approved by Dublin(...)

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(...)

Nuala O’Rahilly Price and John Connolly, grandson of James Connolly, with members of the Save No 16 Committee and Moore Street Traders Association at last year’s launch a new website and virtual audiovisual tour of a proposed Commemorative Centre and Museum, for the 2016 commemorations of the Rising, and the preservation of 16 Moore St. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A “land swap” deal to allow the construction of a 1916 museum on Dublin’s Moore Street ahead of the Easter Rising centenary has been rejected by Dubl(...)