Members of Buibolg theatre group from Wexford in Temple Bar for the annual Trad Fest.

The board of Temple Bar Cultural Trust (TBCT) has decided to wind down the company and leave it to Dub(...)

Dublin’s parking appeals officer said clamp-release charges should be increased by more than 60 per cent to €130 to cover the cost of the service. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin’s most persistent parking offender has been identified after a four-year analysis of registration numbers found one car had been clamped(...)

Members of the Save Moore Street  campaign enter Number 16 Moore Street where the last headquarters of the Provisional Government  was based during the 1916 Easter Rising. Photograph: Éanna Ó Caollaí/The Irish Times

Campaigners have called on Taoiseach Enda Kenny to take urgent steps to save the buildings that housed the last headquarters of the Provisional Gov(...)

PROPERTY views from Samuel Beckett Bridge Wednesday 17 February 2010 Detail of Samuel Beckett Bridge and views from Samuel Beckett Bridge of apartment blocks, to the south (both towards the city and towards the mouth of Dublin port)Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

Ratepayers in third-generation Dublin office blocks built in or after the 1980s face a huge rise in rates next year, with those for “big glass boxe(...)

Mannix Flynn in Dublin's Temple Bar area. He said the  company is “a wreck” and needs to be wound down without further delay. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Artist and activist Mannix Flynn, one of Dublin City Council’s representatives on the board of Temple Bar Cultural Trus(...)

Further HSE cuts to the budgets of homeless charities could see them turning away people in need of emergency accommodation. Photograph: Alan Betson /The Irish Times

Four years of cuts by the HSE has left groups on average 20 per cent down on funding, a survey by the Dublin Homeless Network sho(...)

Parnell Square would have looked more like Dublin’s other Georgian squares had Bartholomew Mosse not managed to buy the southern end of it for (...)

A vision of the  Parnell Square redevelopment

Plans for the redevelopment of Dublin’s Parnell Square and the provision of a cultural quarter there including a new city library and cultural (...)

Dublin City Council said supplies should begin to return to normal from tomorrow, with some pressure reductions over the weekend.

Water supplies in Dublin should begin to return to normal tomorrow although with reduced pressures over the weekend, the city’s local authority(...)

Six people were stabbed and 40 were treated in emergency departments. There were more than 30 arrests for knife attacks, public order offences, drug possession and drug dealing. Two men who attended the concert died afterwards from suspected overdoses. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Approximately 100 residents living in the vicinity of the Phoenix Park attended a meeting to discuss a controversial concert due to take place (...)