Capel Street

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Outdoor dining on Capel Street in Dublin’s city centre. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Capel Street in Dublin city centre should be fully pedestrianised on a permanent basis according to almost 80 per cent of respondents to a city counci(...)

 Dining out on Capel Street, Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The trial pedestrianisation of Capel Street and Parliament Street during the evenings at weekends has brought “a lot of life” to the areas, with local(...)

Dublin City Council  has said it will trial the pedestrianisation of Capel Street in sections “on an incremental basis” over six weekends from June 25th. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Dublin City Council is to expand its plans for pedestrianisation on Capel Street, following criticism of its proposals for outdoor dining facilities (...)

 This section of Capel Street would remain open to traffic under proposals. File photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Plans to reduce traffic and parking on Dublin’s Capel Street to facilitate outdoor dining when Covid-19 restrictions ease, have been described as unam(...)

The mixed-use investment property at 51 and 52 Capel Street, Dublin 1

A prominent mixed-use investment property at 51 and 52 Capel Street, Dublin 2, will inevitably attract the attention of individuals and investment gro(...)

Cathedral Leisure Limited wants to construct the 28m hotel in the centre of the old red-brick industrial bakery, built in the mid-1860s. Photograph: ODOS Architects

Plans to transform the Victorian Boland’s bakery and biscuit factory off Dublin’s Capel Street into an eight-storey 98-bedroom hotel have been submitt(...)

Nos 37 and 38 Capel Street in Dublin: The two shops and 11 apartments are for sale at a guide of €2.95m

Two shops and 11 overhead apartments at 37 and 38 Capel Street, Dublin 1, are expected to attract competitive bidding when they go on sale on the inst(...)

 Focus groups mentioned that they would like to see cafes and restaurants on Moore Street, Dublin Town chief executive Richard Guiney said. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Dublin’s north inner city needs to develop a night-time economy to match the restaurant, bar and social scene south of the river, according to city bu(...)

 Dublin City Council’s fruit and vegetable market in the north inner city.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

It is easy to scoff at the follies and foibles of the preceeding generation – the clothes, the hair, or more recently the giant overblown development (...)

Family tragedy: Seán Lemass in 1964; the Coroner’s Register 1907-1916 from the National Archive; and the entry detailing the death of Herbert Lemass due to laceration of the brain caused by a bullet fired accidentally by his brother. The photograph of the burning Four Courts was taken in 1922 by 17-year-old Joe Rodgers, who lived across the River Liffey, on Essex Quay. Coroners Register photographs: Dara MacDónaill; Montage: Dearbhla Kelly/ Irish Times Premedia

Seán Lemass’s public record – involvement in 1916, the War of Independence, the Civil War, forsaking of the armed struggle in favour of electoral poli(...)