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Devinish Road in Kimmage. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

What’s so good about Kimmage? Split between Dublin 6W and Dublin 12, Kimmage boasts an intriguing history. In the 1950s, the area had its own cinema,(...)

Richard O’Connor with cocker spaniel Aikas: “I wouldn’t blame the swans at all, because the dogs go far too near them.” Photograph: Ellen O’Riordan

Tensions rose to the surface at Bushy Park’s duck pond on Monday morning as dog owners and swan lovers clashed over who rules the water. Two days aft(...)

Swans are fiercely protective parents and they see a dog as a predator

Every year there are several reports of swans being killed by dogs - but it is virtually unheard of for a swan to kill a dog, according to Birdwatch I(...)

3 Pudding Row, Temple Bar

9 Pudding Row, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Two bedroom duplex on the first and second floors of this corner building with secure car parking. Around 78 sq m (...)

Alvaro Cabello, who now teaches Padel, the Spanish racquet sport (which combines elements of tennis, squash and badminton) to Irish students in Bushy Park in Terenure, Dublin.

When Alvaro Cabello came to Ireland in 2012 it was for economic reasons. Work in his home city of Cordoba in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia (...)

Photograph: Leonardo Parra

A Venezuelan tennis coach based in Dublin is believed to have broken the Guinness world record for 48 hours of continuous coaching. Leonardo Parra, w(...)

After a decade of sleek, polished looks, home trends are embracing the artisan. Ironmongery, you could say, is having a moment. Like all crafts, its (...)

5 Johnstown House, Glasnevin, Dublin 11: €170,000, DNG Phibsboro

A new local authority mortgage scheme offers the possibility of buying a home for those who haven’t been able to get a mortgage, and for a better inte(...)

There’s a charming air of stepping somewhat back in time at No 13 Bushy Park Road. It is unlikely of course that this will survive new owners, who wi(...)

Such has been winger Matt Healy’s improvement over the last couple of seasons with Connacht that he was recently invited to train with the Ireland squad. Photograph: Billy stickland/Inpho

The Guinness Pro12’s leading try scorer would not where he is today were it not for Lansdowne. And Matt Healy probably wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t f(...)