In Poppintree, Ballymun, 22 units are expected to be completed and operational within the coming weeks

Housing charities say it is “extremely disappointing” that 131 modular houses across Dublin will now not be finished until autumn as part of a new ten(...)

Complaints about cockroaches  were among those made to the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive by people it placed in hotels, bed & breakfast facilities and other emergency accommodation.  File photograph: Getty Images

Complaints about cockroaches, mice, bed bugs and bloodstained mattresses were among those made to the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive by people it (...)

Ninety-one people were sleeping rough on November 30th - the night when the annual winter rough-sleeper count is carried out. This was compared with 168 on that night in 2014.  File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The number of people sleeping rough in Dublin has fallen by 46 per cent since last winter, the latest figures show. However, the number of adults in e(...)

A nodular house. Up to 153 two-storey three-bedroom modular houses are to be provided in Ballymun, Finglas, Darndale, Crumlin and Ballyfermot within the next four months

Dublin City Council has said it does not know if plans to provide 22 modular houses for homeless families by Christmas will be feasible. Senior offici(...)

Electric Picnic festival-goers are being asked to consider donating tents, blankets, clothes and sleeping bags after the weekend’s celebrations as (...)

Bryan Dobson of RTÉ, Catherine Walsh of The Reputations Agency, Sarah McCabe of the Business Journalists Association of Ireland, and Mary Murray, Dublin Simon Community, launching this year’s Business Journalists Association of Ireland annual corporate quiz. Photography: Conor Healy

The Business Journalists Association of Ireland has raised €48,000 for the Dublin Simon Community at its annual corporate challenge quiz. Held on Thur(...)

RTÉ’s Bryan Dobson, the Reputations Agency’s Catherine Walsh, the Business Journalists’ Association of Ireland’s Sarah McCabe and Dublin Simon Community’s Mary Murray launching the 15th annual quiz, in aid of Dublin Simon Community. Photograph: conor healy

What is the highest possible break in snooker? (No, it’s not 147.) What is, when calculated via its share price, the most valuable company on the I(...)

Mary McEvoy (left) giving tips to Lyn Moloney and Claire Walsh at Slice of Heaven in Kilkenny city. Photograph: Pat Moore

Kilkenny’s learning curve Kilkenny city and county could become the country’s seat of learning for culinary arts, with the addition of yet anothe(...)

Simon Higgins of Fighter Food

Restaurant-standard meals to order Simon and Lucy Higgins, who are brother and sister and are both chefs, run their family’s three food business(...)

A local resident has brought a legal challenge over works being carried out on a property at Dublin’s Fitzwilliam Street which are intended to provide(...)