Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Since the dawn of time – or at least the dawn of the automobile – teenagers have had a reputation for being a lazy, self-centred bunch with more ho(...)
The river Liffey’s newest crossing, the €13.5 million Rosie Hackett Bridge, will be open to public transport, bicycles and walkers from 6am tomorrow m(...)
Labour councillors will work to ensure that the naming of any new bridges, roads or monuments are shared between male and female historical figures in(...)
The Rosie Hackett Bridge, the 21st bridge to cross the River Liffey in Dublin city, will open on May 20th, Dublin City Council has said.
A special committee of Dublin City Council is to consider renaming Dublin’s Millennium Spire after the late Nelson Mandela at a meeting today.
A proclamation banning a demonstration in support of striking Dublin workers during the 1913 Lockout goes on sale in Dublin tomorrow.
Thirteen: Porous 2 Scarlet Row ***The title says it all: there is a tendency in Anu’s best work to leave the barrier between fiction and reality compl(...)
All bridges are important, even more so in urban areas. They change the pattern of movement in a city, promoting trade in previously obscure areas and(...)
Exactly 100 years after Jim Larkin addressed supporters from the balcony of Dublin’s Imperial Hotel, a new generation gathered to hear him speak again(...)
Following the pouring of 4,400 tonnes of concrete, the laying of 500 tonnes of steel, and an overrun of approximately 10 months, the 21st bridge to cr(...)
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