Darndale

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People are asked to donate to Crosscare foodbanks at Brackenstown, Darndale, Glasnevin, Blanchardstown, Dundrum, Jobstown, and Dún Laoghaire. Photograph: courtesy Crosscare

Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has appealed for people in the archdiocese to donate shampoo, hygiene products, soups, tinned meats, sea(...)

Friends form a guard of honour on motorcycles at the funeral of Jamie Tighe (24) from Darndale, who was shot dead while talking to friends on the street. Photograph: Collins

If Ernest Hemingway, who famously misquoted Scott Fitzgerald’s remark about the rich being different, had visited Darndale yesterday, he might have ob(...)

Affluence disparities in Ireland  are most stark in large urban areas, with the greatest gap in Dublin. While Dublin 2, described as “very affluent” scores 22.5, Darndale on the northside of the capital is “very disadvantaged” and scores -21.5, a gap of 44 points on the scale. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The concentration of rural poverty around small towns across the State is laid bare in the latest national deprivation index, published on Thursday by(...)

 Emma Tormey and Stephen Brazil from Darndale: “This place is a kip – there’s robbed cars and rubbish everywhere.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Emma Tormey (27) has lived in Darndale all her life. “It’s a kip,” she says. “There’s robbed cars every night, they’re racing their bikes up and down (...)

The Dublin 2 district Mansion House B, which encompasses Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square is described as “very affluent”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Leafy Dublin 2 is the most affluent area in Ireland, while St Mary’s Park in Limerick city is the most disadvantaged, data published on Thursday will (...)

Halloween decorations in Lanigan’s Pub in Dublin. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Parents should ensure their children’s Halloween costumes have the European CE safety symbol, Dublin Fire Brigade has warned. David Kavanagh, distric(...)

Dublin City Council says it has been unable to hand over keys to families because their  houses are not connected to essential services. Photograph: Getty images

Almost 100 newly completed “rapid-build” houses for homeless families are lying empty because of delays in the securing utility connections, Dublin Ci(...)

Recently completed rapid-build homes in Poppintree, Ballymun, in Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

In a fit of excitement a year ago the Government launched its Rebuilding Ireland plan to sort out the housing and homelessness crisis, and deliver 47,(...)

Rapid-build housing. Last November plans were  announced  to build  “stackable” apartments at two sites in Dublin. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Collins

Almost 900 “rapid-build” homes, 70 per cent of which will be apartments, are planned by Dublin City Council for vacant sites across the city . Up to (...)

Members of Tipperary Travellers’ Horse Owners Association at Cahir Castle gather for the Drive for Hope and Change to highlight mental health. Photograph: John D Kelly

Members of the Traveller community on Sunday began a drive to promote the mental health benefits of horse ownership and underline its importance withi(...)

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