Clonskeagh

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Nine Arches bridge which crosses the river Dodder at Milltown, Dublin. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

What’s so good about it? The southside suburb has a brilliantly mixed population: older established residents live alongside a younger cohort of deni(...)

Attendance at church funerals is limited to 100 people. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The obligation on Catholics to physically attend Sunday Mass has been removed by Ireland’s Catholic bishops for now and all Confirmations are postpone(...)

6 Eaton Square, Terenure, Dublin 6W

6 Eaton Square, Terenure, Dublin 6W Large period redbrick of about 221sq m in need of updating. Elegant reception rooms. Good-sized garden, garage wit(...)

Dr Umar al Qadri, head Imam at the Islamic Centre of Ireland, said its mosque in Blanchardstown is attended on Fridays by over 400 people. File photograph: Alan Betson

Stringent measures are being taken in Ireland’s mosques today to protect worshippers attending Friday prayers. Dr Umar al Qadri, head Imam at the Isl(...)

The Stars Group plans to merge with Flutter, owner of Paddy Power, to form a global gambling behemoth with more than 10m customers. File photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty

A gambling business eyeing a €12 billion merger with Irish betting giant Flutter Entertainment is cutting jobs at a Dublin office. Flutter, owner of (...)

Main Street, Dundrum. Photograph: Tom Honan

What’s so good about it? At the turn of the century, Dundrum was another quiet, fairly nondescript south Dublin area, where “shopping centre” meant a(...)

Katy Davis: ‘To live a big life, you have to take big leaps.’ Photograph: Yasmine Kateb

When Katy Davis took her first professional pay cheque at the age of 12, it was playing the orphan Annie opposite Twink’s Miss Hannigan at the Olympia(...)

Devin Toner’s home in Portobello, Dublin sold for €895,000

Rugby player Devin Toner and his wife, Mary, are on the move, following the sale of their Portobello home and recent purchase of a house in Mount Merr(...)

5 Washington Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14

5 Washington Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 Four-bed semi with about 150sq m of well-cared for accommodation. Some nice art deco-style features such a(...)

When the service began, there were just 450 bicycles at 40 stations. Photograph: Dave Meehan for The Irish Times

“It might not work. It might be a disaster or it might be a stirring success,” was how Owen Keegan, then Dublin City Council’s director of traffic, re(...)

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