Glasnevin

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Met Éireann’s Evelyn Cusack in Glasnevin for the launch of Met Éireann’s  new mobile app and website. Photograph:  Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

It was providential timing that Met Éireann launched its new app and seven-day forecast on the first day of spring. The sun gleamed off the glass pane(...)

People attend the reopening of the O’Connell tower in Glasnevin Cemetery.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

When the O’Connell Tower at Glasnevin Cemetery was first opened in 1869, it was regarded as one of the wonders of the Victorian age. At 55 metres in(...)

 Aaron Doyle (8) was among Glasnevin Na Fianna members who visited  en mass the public information session hosted by Transport Infrastructure Ireland about the proposed Metrolink project. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Members of Na Fianna GAA club in Glasnevin have met representatives from the National Transport Authority (NTA) to discuss the potential implications (...)

A demonstration in 1918 at a  Red Cross emergency ambulance station in Washington DC, US, during the flu pandemic.  Photograph: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the great influenza pandemic of 1918. Between 50 million and 100 million people are thought to have died, rep(...)

The president of DCU has called on policy makers to take action to help control the escalating rental cost of student housing. Professor Brian MacCrai(...)

Prof Brian MacCraith president of DCU: DCU is ‘acutely aware of the financial pressures that are placed on students and their families’. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The president of DCU is calling on policy makers to take action to help control the escalating rental cost of student housing. Professor Brian MacCra(...)

 DCU students brought sleeping bags to protest. They said: “If we can’t afford to stay in Shanowen, we will sleep out here instead.” Photograph: Mark Carroll

DCU students held a protest over rent increases of over 20 per cent in privately-owned student accommodation in the Glasnevin area on Thursday. The p(...)

Marino Park is one the many green spaces this north city suburb has to offer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Marino is one of Dublin’s smaller neighbourhoods in terms of size but it packs a punch in terms of quality and livability, and compared with nearby Cl(...)

Dublin may have to wait another nine years for the MetroLink rail service to become a reality, but smart house hunters might want to take a closer loo(...)

 Grace Lynch, grandniece of Eugene Lynch, an eight-year-old killed in the Easter Rising, at his grave in Goldenbridge Cemetery which was on Friday marked by a headstone for the first time.  Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins.

On the Friday of Easter Week 1916, eight-year-old Eugene Lynch was playing outside his family’s home on Vincent’s Street in Inchicore, Dublin. A tri(...)

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