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 Barman Steven Gilgunn outside  Grogan’s pub on South William Street in  Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Grogan’s Castle Lounge is the nearest thing in modern Dublin to a literary and artistic pub. The art on the walls signal that it is a pub like no oth(...)

Dr Siobhán Doyle, TU Dublin lecturer and GAA Museum tour guide, at the launch of the GAA Museum’s Bloody Sunday centenary events series. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Living memory of Bloody Sunday has now escaped us. Those who recounted their stories as witnesses to the events that unfolded in Croke Park on Novembe(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Ciara Ramsbottom: ‘Engage and get involved in college life – it is doable even when it’s done virtually’

Universities across the globe have spent the last few months revisiting the design of course programmes not only to address how they can continue teac(...)

Time to treat people properly is the one thing that was increasingly difficult to justify in a business-as-usual healthcare system governed by performance indicators, benchmarks and outcomes.

It’s quieter in our reception area these days. We have reopened the doors of the Alice Leahy Trust on Dublin’s Bride Road with new practices for Covid(...)

One Ballyfermot resident said the activity is ‘terrifying for pets and older people’.

Fireworks, being let off on a nightly basis and fired at people and homes, have become a “massive problem” across Dublin, residents and elected repres(...)

Impression of finished Hartfield Place project on the city’s northside

Castlehaven Finance is lending €65.8 million to developer Eastwise to build more than 370 apartments on a key Dublin site. Specialist lender Castleha(...)

The Purcell family pictured with principal Mary Warde, deputy principal Deirdre Meehan  and teacher Amanda Shevlin at Kilmovee National School, Co Mayo. Photograph: Keith Heneghan

A Dublin family’s desire for a safer, simpler life in the countryside has resulted in a “godsend” of extra pupils for a primary and a secondary school(...)

South William Street in Dublin which has been pedestrianised for the last three weekends. Photograph: Collins

Proposals for the permanent pedestrianisation of several streets around Grafton Street have had an “overwhelmingly positive” response following trials(...)

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