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23 Ailesbury Road, Donnybrook: property sold for   €3.65 million

Top selling Dublin properties of 2020 1. 2 CASTLE PLACE, BREFFNI RD, SANDYCOVE, €6.2m on Property Price Register (PPR), off market 2. THORNDALE(...)

44 Fitzwilliam Sq: Beautifully restored Georgian home of late developer Paddy Kelly sold within just two weeks for €3.5million.

In what has been a challenging year for the property market a recent industry report flagging a weakening in prices at the upper end of the Dublin mar(...)

Illustration: Alan Clarke

Someone’s posted another video of wedding-day fails – basically a collection of unfortunate brides who either trip, slip, or, by some other means, sno(...)

Clodagh O’Keeffe, a UCD graduate, secured a job with a marketing communications company. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Sitting at home and seeing your photo loom on screen when your name is called out is far from the pomp and celebration of a traditional graduation cer(...)

Bullock Harbour, Dalkey: Seaspray and Windward on a nearby site have sold off market for around €6.2 million.

Deep in the grip of lockdown a prime south Dublin property has sold in a deal that is likely to be one of the biggest residential sales of the year. S(...)

Dr Ronan Glynn: ‘It’s all time for us to redouble our effort to say safe.’

The rise in cases in Dublin is being driven by household transmission, the acting chief medical officer Dr Ronan Glynn has stated. Dr Glynn said ther(...)

Illustration: Alan Clarke

Like the rest of you, I’m guessing, it’s all the missed occasions that I can’t help but think about. We’re talking birthdays. We’re talking weddings. (...)

Epidemiologist Prof Sam McConkey says the wide differences in Covid rates seen in Dublin shows a general lockdown of the city would not be justified. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Parts of Dublin have Covid-19 infection rates 2½ times as high as neighbouring areas in the capital, according to the latest figures from the Health P(...)

It’s too much for Honor. She’s like a volcano about to blow.

Honor’s hangover is so bad, I can pretty much hear it – it’s a sort of low, rhythmic, thrumming sound, like a swarm of bees on the other side of a doo(...)

Rathmore, Adelaide road, Glenageary, Co Dublin as it appeared in 2005

In a property year like no other where residential property sales have fallen by 23 per cent in the first half of the year compared with 2019, bumper (...)

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