Computer-generated impression of the finished project: a €3 million construction project of the market is due to begin later this year.

Plans for the redevelopment of Dublin’s Victorian fruit and vegetable market as a continental-style food market are to (...)

Thanksgiving is celebrated at Red Hook Community Justice Centre, Brooklyn’s community court

On a seemingly ordinary Monday in November 2012, New York City experienced a watershed moment when not a single violent crime was reported to police. (...)

The Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) is seeking permission to replace the Luas stop refused by the planning board near the entrance to the Royal Hibernian Way with a new stop outside Hodges Figgis bookshop. Photograph: David Sleator/THE IRISH TIMES

Plans to reinstate a northbound stop on Dawson Street for the new Luas Cross City line will be lodged with An Bord Pleanála in the coming weeks.The Ra(...)

Bernie Darcy  selling Christmas wreaths on Moore Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Whisper it but the retail trade is ever so slightly kicking its heels in the air and crossing its fingers that the weather will be as kind as busin(...)

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(...)

Dublin city business may have lost between €2 million and €4 million yesterday due to the bus strike, business representative groups have claimed.The (...)

The council is seeking Government sanction to impose a levy on vacant sites in the city to “encourage” developers to bring their land back into use.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Developers engaged in “land hoarding” could be forced to sell up under Dublin City Council plans to rid the capital of vacant sites. The council is se(...)

Phonographic Performance Ireland (PPI), which is licensed to collect royalties for labels such as EMI, Sony, Warner and 
a large number of
other Irish and international companies, recently lost a District Court claim for more than 
over
¤2,000 in royalties against the owner of two 
Dublin
shoe shops where staff played the radio during working hours. Photograph: Reuters

A recent court case could mean that record companies can no longer collect royalties from retailers who play music in their(...)