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Gardaí have discovered cannabis plants at a restaurant in Malahide, Co Dublin. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Residents in the Dublin suburb of Malahide were said to be surprised by the discovery of a suspected cannabis grow house in a Chinese restaurant close(...)

In March last year the 30km/h speed limit zone was expanded to certain residential areas and in the vicinity of schools in Dublin city centre.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

New bylaws to allow the introduction of 30km/h speed limits across all residential streets in the capital have been accepted by Dublin City Council’s (...)

Flight attendants Megan La Salle from Philadelphia and  Christy Parks from Delaware soaking up the All-Ireland atmosphere in the Big Tree pub. Photograph: Conor Pope

The man selling the white four-in-a-row baseball caps outside Croke Park breathed a sigh of relief as the second half of the All-Ireland final drew to(...)

John Connors: “I went home to my mother and said, ‘What’s a knacker?’ And I could just see the dread in her face.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When John Connors was a seriously depressed young man he ended up in an acting class. He had recently admitted that he was suicidal to his brother who(...)

 Gardai at the scene in Coolock where Kenneth Finn was fatally shot in February. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney/Collins

A 36-year-old man shot at point blank range in Coolock last February died of a gunshot wound to the head. The cause of death was recorded at Dublin (...)

“Intensive lobbying has been conducted at national and local level in favour of rezoning run-down, city-based industrial estates.” File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The rezoning of industrial brownfield sites in Dublin City may not produce an immediate flush of affordable homes or buy-to-let, high-rise apartments.(...)

Dublin city is  facing a shortage of residentially zoned land within four years. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Proposals to rezone for housing large tracts of Dublin’s industrial estates have been welcomed by private and social housing providers and business g(...)

Dublin city’s industrial estates could be replaced by thousands of homes under large-scale rezoning plans. File photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin city’s industrial estates could be replaced by thousands of homes under large-scale mass rezoning plans from Dublin City Council to tackle the (...)

Nan Joyce  co-founded the Committee for the Rights of Travellers in 1982 and she became the first member of the Traveller community to stand for election in  State’s history. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

The family of Nan Joyce has paid tribute to the “legend” of the Traveller community who died in Dublin this week aged 78. Born in 1940 in Tipperary, (...)

Traveller activist Nan Joyce, pictured in 1982. Photograph: Paddy Whelan/THE IRISH TIMES

Nan Joyce, a trailblazer for Traveller rights who campaigned for equality for decades, has died in Belfast aged 78. Born in 1940 in Tipperary, Joyce(...)

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