Dún Laoghaire

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The Coast Guard said “jet skis and power boats were causing havoc and using yellow water safety markers as a race course”. Photograph: courtesy Dún Laoghaire Coast Guard Facebook page.

Dún Laoghaire Coast Guard has hit out at a group of jet skiers who “put swimmers’ lives in danger” by using the Forty Foot as a “race course”. Large (...)

The shortage of housing and the homelessness crisis to which it contributes are among the State’s biggest challenges. Despite the Government’s focus o(...)

Glen of the Downs: The 59-acre golf course, facing liquidation, is going up for sale on instructions of the receiver.

Colliers International is quoting guide prices of €3 million apiece for two residential development sites, one in Dún Laoghaire and one in Delgany, Co(...)

Portobello barracks in Dublin, which was particularly ravaged by an outbreak of VD in the 1920s. File photograph: Defence Forces Military Archives

“In my opinion, seven girls out of every 10 in Bray are of ill repute,” according to a Lieut A Murphy of the Irish Army’s Provost Marshall Staff durin(...)

Susan McDonnell from the Bulloch Harbour Preservation Association, and Fergal McLoughlin, An Taisce, at a public meeting on the proposed development at Bulloch Harbour Dalkey. Photograph: Eric Luke

Locals opposed to the building of a residential and retail development in Dalkey’s Bulloch Harbour have been encouraged to lodge planning objections b(...)

Skipper Lloyd Thornbug said the crew were exhausted. But it was “worth every second”.

American sailor Lloyd Thornburg has set a new world record for the fastest sail around Ireland. His crew, which included Ireland’s Damian Foxall and(...)

Richard Boyd Barrett at the launch of his election campaign in Dun Laoghaire.

The Anti Austerity Alliance and People Before Profit (AAA-PBP) announced something of a merger last year to campaign on a platform of opposition to wa(...)

 An Bord Pleanála has deferred announcing its ruling  on a planned new cruise berth in Dún Laoghaire. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

It may be months before a final decision on a planned new cruise berth in Dún Laoghaire is reached, after An Bord Pleanála deferred announcing its rul(...)

The number of Dáil seats has been cut from 166 to 158 and the number of constituencies from 43 to 40. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Big changes in the shape and size of many Dáil constituencies have changed the electoral map of Ireland since the last general election. The number(...)

Pact with other anti-water campaigners makes perfect sense for Sinn Féin. Photograph: The Irish Times

Sinn Féin’s proposed transfer pact with other anti-water campaigners makes perfect sense for the party, even if some of its potential allies don’t (...)

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