The Dublin Docklands Development Authority said the sale of a building in the Dublin docks to U2 in 2013 was at a fair market price. Photo: Reuters

The sale of a building in the Dublin docks to U2 in 2013 was at a fair market price and was not a “secret deal”, the Dublin Docklands Development Auth(...)

Lovely Dartmouth Square has had its ups and downs over the years. Over time, a great many of these graceful Victorian redbricks had been divided in(...)

The figures supplied to Dublin City Council show burglaries investigated by gardaí in Pearse Street, the State’s busiest Garda station, and Donnybrook in Dublin 4, increased by 30 per cent from the first quarter of 2014 to the same period in 2015.

Burglaries, assaults, public order offences and bicycle thefts have increased significantly in the southeast of Dublin city over the last year, accord(...)

Carole Quinn showing mould in her flat in Inchicore, Dublin: she hopes the collective complaint will ‘get us some answers and force the council to come up with a plan’. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Carol Quinn “loves the community” in Bernard Curtis House flats in Bluebell, Dublin, where she lives with her sons, aged nine and 11, and her 20-year-(...)

Among the poor housing conditions cited are persistent damp, mould growing inside homes, persistent bad odours, poor plumbing and lack of central heating. Library photograph: Thinkstock

A class action against the State, taken by residents of 20 local authority estates, alleging poor-quality housing is breaching their human rights, has(...)

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(...)

David McCullagh and Keelin Shanley, pictured at Wynn’s Hotel using a sepia technique. The presenters will be among those introducing a series of talks. Photograph: Ray McManus

O’Connell Street will be closed to traffic on Easter Monday as RTÉ stages a celebration of everyday life 100 years ago, with the aid of hundreds of v(...)

St Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times 1:51

The weather stayed dry and, even more remarkably, so did some of the post-parade events on St Patrick’s Day in Dublin. Despite the risk inherent in th(...)

Investors have bought the Unicorn Restaurant and a piano bar to its rear, and two retail premises nearby fronting Merrion Row. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A business consortium is planning to develop a mixture of shops, restaurants and apartments on a key Dublin city centre site which will include the tr(...)

Research found up to 78 per cent of properties in Dublin where tenants were on rent supplement did not comply with basic legal minimum standards; with mould on walls, no running water, vermin and windowless rooms

One landlord received almost €700,000 from the State in rent supplement payments last year.Figures released to The Irish Times show some top-earning l(...)