Dalkey

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People bathe at the public baths at Dún Laoghaire, circa 1925. Photograph: Dillon Family/National Library of Ireland Flickr Commons

“May I draw attention to the urgent need for better bathing places for ladies near Dublin, and particularly at Dalkey?” Nearly 100 years has passed si(...)

The Dun Laoghaire RNLI volunteer lifeboat crew was called out at 10.49pm when   a small power boat with six people on board had become entangled with a pot marker. Photograph: RNLI

Six people were rescued after their boat became caught up on a fishing marker just off Dalkey in south Dublin at the weekend. The Dun Laoghaire RNLI (...)

Maple Tree House site (outlined in red) purchased by Bartra for €3.17million

A development firm has redoubled its efforts to develop Dalkey’s Bulloch Harbour with the purchase for €3.17million of a significant property just 200(...)

Bookseller Bob Johnston at home in his Malahide cottage. Photograph: Eoin Rafferty

Brighton born Bob Johnston has lived in Dublin for almost 20 years. In 2009 he set up The Gutter Bookshop in Temple Bar, followed by a second branch i(...)

The council plans to put up sign posts advising the public that naked bathers may be on the beach. Photograph: iStock

A nudist-friendly beach in Dalkey, south county Dublin, has prompted a complaint that the seaside spot is being “hijacked”. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown C(...)

While the “baptism barrier” has been removed for most schools, minority faith schools may are entitled to discriminate based on religion in their admissions. Photograph: iStock

Should a child who attends church services regularly get priority access to their local State-funded school? It’s a question that goes to the heart o(...)

Bluthner boudoir piano at Adams

Anyone passing the window of Adams auctioneers in Blackrock village recently may have been admiring the very smart boudoir grand piano which is to be (...)

Bob Dylan: on his 1966 British tour he binned the dungarees and lumberjack shirts of the Greenwich Village years and stocked up in the boutiques of Carnaby Street. Photograph: Ochs/Getty

Forty years ago I got a summer job on a building site near Dalkey, that picturesque coastal village in south Co Dublin, making tea and running errands(...)

File image of construction at Beaumont, Dublin. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The assumption that Dublin’s social divide is between the north and south sides is firmly debunked in a new housing data resource to be unveiled on Mo(...)

It’s time to eat a rainbow: summer salads full of flavour and texture

Salad days are here again . .. and it looks like they’re sticking around for a while. So, it’s time to dust off the salad spinner and get creative. I(...)

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