Extended hours will be in operation at the Peter McVerry homeless youth café on Berkeley Street.  File Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

An additional 200 beds are to be made available for rough sleepers in Dublin on Monday evening, The temporary accommodation spaces have been sourced (...)

 Tree surgeon James Moran working on a fallen tree at Bayswater Terrace, Sandycove during Storm Ophelia. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Almost 300,000 properties are without power and three people have died as Hurricane Ophelia enters its final hours and has moved across the north west(...)

The former Screen Cinema flanked by College House (right) and Hawkins House (at rear), in Dublin city. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Redevelopment plans for the former Screen Cinema in Dublin would create an “overbearing and imposing mass of office building” and have a negative impa(...)

It has  emerged that  a north Dublin youth service has been running an unauthorised weekly bingo night for decades. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin city councillors are seeking an urgent audit of organisations using council property after it emerged a north Dublin youth service has been run(...)

Anthony Treacy  faces eviction from his private rented home in  Clongriffin, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Anthony Treacy (77) is “hurt and terrified” at the thought of having to leave his home in Clongriffin, Dublin, early next year. After almost a decad(...)

 Dublin Bus buses in Broadstone Bus depot Dublin after services were cancelled as ex-hurricane Ophelia hits. Photograph: Caroline Quinn/PA Wire

Luas: There will be no Luas service on the Red or Green lines on Tuesday morning due to damage at a technical room at the Red Cow depot. It is current(...)

A glimpse of the in-demand Iveagh Gardens estate in Crumlin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Crumlin came into existence as a manorial settlement that grew into an Anglo-Norman village after 1170, and subsequently developed into what is one of(...)

Anne Marie Fagan leaving the Four Courts on Thursday after the opening day of a High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who sued after allegedly tripping on broken concrete outside shops in a Dublin suburb has settled her High Court action on undisclosed terms. (...)

Shipping Container House: Gordon and Maggie Kelley with their children Gordie (7) and Penny Bell (eight months), at their house built from shipping containers at Ringsend , Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Today kicks off Open House Dublin 2017, the annual extravaganza exploring all things architectural. From the Airbnb HQ, to the atmospheric Victorian (...)

Cairn owns 33 residential development sites currently with capacity for over 12,700 new homes

London-listed Cairn Homes has been granted full planning permission to construct 86 apartments in Donnybrook and to add 22 large houses at its Mariane(...)