Dalkey

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Ken Homan from Dalkey pictured at a public meeting on plans for Bulloch Harbour,Dalkey, last year. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

An Bord Pleanala has been criticised for approving a controversial harbour development despite recommendations from its own inspector not to do so. (...)

An architectural illustration of the proposed development at Bulloch Harbour, Dalkey. Image: courtesy of Bartra Capital

A controversial development proposal for a scenic south Dublin fishing harbour has been given the go ahead by An Bord Pleanála. Bartra Property, aft(...)

Patrick Nevin: He claimed to investigators that he had thousands of Tinder matches

In February 2001, a young woman returned to her Dublin home from a Valentine-themed work night out to be confronted by the sight of her two belov(...)

Striking design: the zinc roof points towards Dublin Bay

You enter this Dalkey house over a bridge – designed to add to the building’s drama, says its architect Richard Murphy. That dynamism begins before yo(...)

Dublin 6 was the most expensive place to buy a home, with an average price of €635,000, according to Daft.ie data. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Eleven homes worth €1 million or more are sold in the Republic every week, research by a property website company says. Daft.ie’s Wealth Report for t(...)

Three-year-old Conor Maverick with Swampy, the turtle, at their home in Monkstown Farm. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Residents of the Monkstown Farm area of south Dublin may recognise Marc and Suzie Kenny’s house on Oliver Plunkett Road. The former council house has (...)

The deer was pictured on the southbound platform in Glenageary train station on Friday morning by Ronan O’Keeffe who posted it on Twitter saying it looked “very disoriented”. Photograph:   Ronan O’Keeffe.

Conservationists are mystified as to the presence of a young deer which has been seen wandering the Dart line in south Dublin. The young Sika stag w(...)

The Dalkey second World War ‘Éire’ sign renovated by Dalkey Tidy Towns. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

At Hawk Cliff in Dalkey, surrounded by prime real estate on one of south Co Dublin’s nicest coasts, it’s hiding in plain view. Just duck off Vico Road(...)

Patrons control the ethos and philosophy of a school, appoint the chair of the board of management and approve the membership of the board. Photograph: iStock

Over the next 10 years, the Government will spend an eye-watering €8 billion on new school buildings. It will then hand over the keys – and control – (...)

Ireland has some of the most effective laws for limiting campaign expenditure in the western world, according to a senior Fianna Fáil figure. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Alan Kinsella began collecting political posters during the 1982 general election, encouraged by a hand-written note from Labour’s Barry Desmond. Near(...)

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