Minister for Education  Jan O’Sullivan and  Prof Brian Norton, president of DIT, at the DIT Grangegorman campus. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Dublin City Council says it has “serious concerns” about the quality of a proposed seven-storey, 132-bed student accommodation block designed to serv(...)

The traffic department said a path fully segregated from traffic would not be feasible from Clontarf into the city centre. Photograph: The Irish Times

Cars will be restricted to one lane in each direction on part of Dublin’s Amiens Street under city council plans for a cycle route from Clontarf to Co(...)

On April 29th, 2010, Dublin-based Teknomining plc, announced its admission to the Plus market in London and that trading in its 40 million issued shar(...)

Councils  have until September 30th to tell Revenue what level of cut, or increase in property tax they intend to apply, if any.

Local authorities have been given six months to decide if they are going to cut, or increase, the property tax charged to households. Rev(...)

The Death of Cuchulain statue in the GPO. An Post plans to build the exhebition centre in a courtyard behind the main hall of the O’Connell Street building

Plans for a 1916 Rising exhibition and visitor centre for the GPO have been lodged with Dublin City Council by An Post. The facility, expected to cost(...)

 Rubbish and litter on Dublin’s Belvedere Place in the North Inner City. Photograph: Alan Betson

Kilkenny has been named Ireland’s cleanest town for the second year in a row in the Irish Business Against Litter (Ibal) annual survey.The anti-litter(...)

Tourists pose at the Molly Malone stature at Grafton Street, Dublin, yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin’s most famous street trader could find herself wheeling her wheelbarrow to a new home surrounded by her modern day coun(...)

Last year, Dublin City Council, which employs more than 5,500 workers, received 65 personal injury claims from staff. Some 49 claims were settled and €1,001,370 was paid out in compensation. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin City Council has paid out almost €2.5 million in compensation in the past three years to its own staff who were injured while at work, n(...)