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A candlelit vigil at the site of the Stardust nightclub fire in Artane, Dublin, before the unveiling of a plaque in memory of the 48 people who died on Valentine’s Day, 1981. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

“They never came home”, read the plaque to victims of the Stardust tragedy, unveiled at the site of the former Artane nightclub by victims’ families o(...)

A photograph of the moon taken in Artane, Dublin, just before the total eclipse. Photograph: Liam Mulligan

Early risers were rewarded with clear skies for the super blood moon which was present in Irish skies on Monday morning. Skies were clear in the east(...)

 Rough sleepers set up a row of tents at the Ilac Centre, off Henry Street in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Every day across Dublin, thousands of people rely on others for food for a variety of reasons. Over the course of one day The Irish Times visited ser(...)

Families who lost relatives in the 1981 Stardust nightclub fire  marched to the Attorney General’s office in Dublin on Tuesday with 48,000 signed postcards calling for a new inquest. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

The Attorney General will give full consideration to holding a new inquest into the 1981 Stardust fire tragedy, in which 48 young people died, once a (...)

Brookwood Abbey: includes 11 two-bedroom apartments, one three-bed home and two one-bedroom units

The Michael Whelan-founded Maplewood Residential has purchased 14 apartments at Brookwood Abbey, Artane, Dublin 5, for close to €3.35 million. The p(...)

 Antoinette Keegan, Eugene Kelly, Christine Keegan and Bridget McDermott  hand out postcards outside the GPO Dublin, as part of the Stardust Postcard Campaign seeking a new inquest into tragedy. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Relatives of those killed in the Stardust disaster have denied they ever asked presidential candidate Peter Casey to be their spokesman. The Justice (...)

Richard Bruton: he petitioned the NTA  on seven occasions over concerns and objections constituents in his Dublin Bay North constituency had raised. Photograph: Getty Images

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and several senior Ministers made representations to the National Transport Authority (NTA) over constituents’ concerns with th(...)

  Blind man Tony Murray on Collins Avenue: “I think that is a failing on the part of the NTA, for not considering users of all needs and disabilities.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Tony Murray is blind. The 38-year-old leaves his home in Beaumont, north Dublin, every weekday morning at 7am, carrying his white stick. It takes him (...)

Minister of State for Disability Issues Finian McGrath called on the NTA to have a “meaningful and extensive consultation” with the disabled and the elderly. Photograph: Eric Luke

Changes to Dublin’s bus network under a €2 billion overhaul show a disregard for the disabled and elderly, Minister of State for Disability Issues Fin(...)

The  Church of the Annunciation, Finglas. The building is to be demolished to make way for a smaller church building. Photograph: Alan Betson

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin will celebrate a final Mass in the Church of the Annunciation, in Finglas West, one of the largest churches in Ir(...)

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