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‘The park has been beautiful in recent times without traffic and shows what it could be like.’ Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Car parks in Dublin’s Phoenix Park reopened on Monday morning, but drivers appeared cautious about taking advantage of the facilities. Cars were neve(...)

Relaxing in Phoenix Park as thousands seek to ban through-traffic on Chesterfield Avenue. Photograph: by Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

Thousands of people have signed an online petition, set up on Thursday night, calling for the end of the use of Dublin’s Phoenix Park as a throughway (...)

Dr Ali Al Saleh (centre, in white) said that Covid-19 spared no race, no region and ‘has put us away from our churches, our mosques, our prayer places’ but it was also ‘an opportunity to show the strength of our faith.’ File photograph: Cyril Byrne

An Irish Muslim leader who was critically ill with Covid-19 joined other religious leaders in expressing gratitude to frontline staff and praying for (...)

Mike Murray runs through Phoenix Park with his son Donnacha and spaniel Pip. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Cars can return to Dublin’s Phoenix Park from Monday, despite pleas from environmental groups to retain Covid-19 restrictions on parking in the city’s(...)

Grading the Leaving Cert

Sir, – While cancelling the August Leaving Cert exam was the correct decision, the predictive grade model that has been proposed is seriously flawed. (...)

The proposals, which are subject to a public consultation, will affect people in Donabate, Swords, Rush, Castleknock (above), Blanchardstown, Ongar, Malahide, Sutton and Portmarnock. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Fingal County Council has proposed putting “traffic calming measures”, such as speed ramps, road signs and markings, on 12 roads across north and west(...)

Huntington, a five-bedroom property on a third of an acre close to Castleknock village

A collaboration between a local estate agent and online auction platform BidX1 has facilitated the sale of a Dublin property for just over €1 million.(...)

Local gardaí were alerted to the assault and imposters and began an investigation which led to a fake Garda car being located at Mulberry Park, Castleknock. File photograph: The Irish Times

Two men who allegedly impersonated gardaí before one of them assaulted a man in Castleknock, Dublin, have been charged and will appear in court next m(...)

Garda Susan Lawlor and Garda Mark Walsh from Pearse Street Garda station visit Charlotte Murphy as part of a Covid-19 community-help initiative. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Dublin city centre is so quiet on Saturday at midday, the first day of the national lockdown, that you can hear the church bells without the muffled c(...)

  Joey and Andrew Miller with their children Fox (four) and Jay (two)   in the back garden of the house they bought in Dungarvan, Co Waterford. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Born in the United States, Andrew Miller has sampled more than his fair share of Irish properties, having lived in several locations around the countr(...)

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