Drimnagh

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The old Dulux Paints factory in Drimnagh on Dublin’s southside.

A branch of one of the Republic’s best-known building families is seeking fast-track planning permission to build more than 260 apartments for rent. (...)

BusConnects aims to overhaul the current bus system in the Dublin region. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The National Transport Authority’s proposals for core bus corridors and cycle lanes through Dublin “leaves many questions unanswered”, the Dublin Cycl(...)

Two extra days are to be added to the Leaving Cert written exam timetable from next year to minimise clashes.

Two extra days are to be added to the Leaving Cert written exam timetable from next year to minimise subject clashes. The move follows the introducti(...)

Stephen Kavanagh, who is to step down as  Aer Lingus  chief executive at the end of the month. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

If Stephen Kavanagh was anymore down to earth he’d be subterranean. The Dubliner is as unassuming as they come, particularly among the officer ranks (...)

  NTA chief executive Anne Graham and deputy chief executive Hugh Creegan at a briefing in November to unveil details of the BusConnects project. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

If Dublin is to maintain its capacity as a city and a capital “we will have to do more and urgently”, the National Transport Authority (NTA) is to tel(...)

 Yellow Flag Awards in Dublin, left to right, Hilary Ogbewe, Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain,and Kayane Maciel. Photograph:Tommy Clancy

Holywell Educate Together National School’s choir rendition of ‘This is Me’ from the American musical The Greatest Showman made for a most fitting ope(...)

A queue forms outside the Capuchin Day Centre for family necessities on Monday morning. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

Hundreds of mothers and babies, many of them homeless, queue at the Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin on Monday for nappies and infant formula milk. From(...)

John Curran had been working in Cape Town as an educational director for thousands of children in the city’s townships.

Hundreds of friends and colleagues of the late educator John Curran filed into the public theatre of Trinity College Dublin on Friday to pay tribute t(...)

The National Transport Authority’s chief executive, Anne Graham, said some decisions may be ‘difficult’, but they were necessary for ‘fast, reliable, punctual and convenient’ public transport. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Nearly 350 homes in north and west Dublin will lose part of their front gardens to clear the way for the first of four high-speed BusConnects bus corr(...)

Some 30,000 submissions were received by the NTA in relation to the redesign of the Dublin bus network when public consultation closed at the end of September

Hundreds of Dublin property owners who may lose part of their front gardens to accommodate bus and cycle lanes under the controversial BusConnects pro(...)

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