Ashtown

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Luas to be extended from Broombridge to Charlestown. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Plans for the extension of the Luas Green line to Finglas, which will put the north Dublin suburb within 30 minutes travel time of the city centre, ha(...)

Cyclists by the Grand Canal in Dublin. The numbers cycling in the city have surged in recent years. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Buying your first home this year? With public transport capacity now a fraction of pre-Covid days, how to get to work may prove a conundrum. Even if r(...)

 Plans for the Irish Glass Bottle site provide for 3,500 homes, including a significant number of social and affordable dwellings. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) will not choose a partner to develop the high-profile Irish Glass Bottle site for several months, Sean Mul(...)

Caitríona Ní Cheallaigh, principal at Pelletstown Educate Together National School, addresses pupils in a corridor which doubles up as a PE space when the weather is wet. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Mary Healy, a mother of two, says it was “one of the happiest days of my life” when she heard a new primary school would be built close to her home. (...)

The OPW will press ahead with developing plans for the Ashtown centre, the Magazine Fort (above) and for the mobility study. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has “no intention” of developing major retail or other commercial facilities in the Phoenix Park, OPW commissioner J(...)

The OPW proposed visitor attractions in the Phoenix Park including a funicular train, a driverless shuttle bus and the redevelopment of the Ashtown visitor centre. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A funicular will not be installed in Dublin’s Phoenix Park, but driverless shuttles, a train station and new visitor facilities are still on the cards(...)

 An aerial view of the London City Island development where the  two bedroom apartment that is being raffled will be located.

How do you surpass auctioning a house in Dublin which raised almost €950,000 for a GAA county board? Roscommon GAA County Board is to follow up the s(...)

The site of the Soloheadbeg ambush: The ambush site is approximately 300m from Soloheadbeg quarry. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

County: Tipperary Incident: Soloheadbeg ambush Date: January 21st, 1919 Fatalities: 2 The War of Independence began with the shooting dead of two Roy(...)

Christy Dignam:  ‘When I thought I had six months left, I remember just wanting to see my family. That’s all I wanted to do.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The Aslan singer pulls no punches about drug addiction, sex abuse and cancer After Aslan’s singer Christy Dignam was told he had six months to l(...)

Educate Together to become ‘patron partner’ for Cabra Community College iand St Kevin’s College in Crumlin. Photograph: iStock

Parents who have been campaigning for greater multi-denominational secondary education in the Dublin area have welcomed changes in the patronage of tw(...)

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