Passing the Jeanie Johnston during the 94th Liffey Swim – the ship was valued less than five months ago at €700,000, but costs €240,000 a year to run as a tourist attraction. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Jeanie Johnston replica Famine ship, which cost €15 million to build, has sunk in value to €700,000, according to Dublin City Council. The ship is(...)

A legal action aimed at having residents evacuated from a building in Dublin’s north inner city due to ‘serious’ fire safety concerns has been resolved at the High Court. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A legal action aimed at having residents evacuated from a building in Dublin’s north inner city due to “serious” fire safety concerns has been resolve(...)

The office redevelopment site including four dated office buildings at the front of AIB’s Bankcentre in Ballsbridge

A 3.7-acre office redevelopment site including four dated office buildings at the front of AIB’s Bankcentre in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, are expected to (...)

Aengus Ó Snodaigh: said the Department of the Environment had not yet released any of the funding pledged

Dublin City Council is offering sleeping bags to homeless people instead of emergency accommodation, the Dáil has heard.Sinn Féin social protection s(...)

Barrister Ivan Daly told the Circuit Civil Court   an increased offer of €30,000 in damages had been made to Rhian Holohan in respect of injuries to her knee and he was recommending acceptance of it. Mr Justice Raymond Groarke approved the offer. File photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A 17-year-old student and goalkeeper who lacerated her left knee on broken glass during a football match has been awarded €30,000 damages in the Circu(...)

The memorial seat by Andrew St Ledger on the junction of Alfie Byrne Road and the Clontarf promenade in Dublin has been damaged over the years

A memorial to 10-times lord mayor of Dublin Alfie Byrne is set to be “decommissioned” by Dublin City Council, just 18 months after it was given a rep(...)

Dublin City Council received 1,491 ‘repair requests’ from tenants about excessive damp and mould growth in their homes

Almost 1,500 complaints of damp and mould were made to Dublin City Council in the past year by tenants of its flats and houses.In almost all cases – 9(...)

Maureen O’Sullivan: issues around safety

There had been a 62 per cent increase in the number of children in homeless services in the Dublin region since June, Independent TD Maureen O’Sulliv(...)

“The internal joinery is beautiful in this house”: James Kelly outside his home at 81 North King Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Many owners of period homes realise they are only custodians of their houses, taking on the necessary upkeep to maintain the buildings to pass on t(...)

Portrait of Charles Cameron, circa 1892

In 1920, after nearly six decades of service to the public health of Dublin, Dr Charles Cameron declared his intention to “die in harness”. This he(...)