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Charlie Chawke: ‘Goatstown is very special to me. I think the development is a beautiful design. There are eight storeys in it. But that’s still beautiful because you’re looking on the Dublin mountains and on Dublin Bay.’ Photograph: Fergal Philips/Business Post

The Limerick man's application to develop a five-acre site beside his Goat pub has sparked much controversy. But he insists he is building it (...)

Part of the plans include the reintroduction of pedestrianisation to New Street in in Malahide. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Measures to facilitate outdoor dining across north Dublin’s coastal and inland towns, including the reintroduction of pedestrianisation in Malahide, w(...)

Camilla (left) and Brendan O’Brien with their grandchildren Chloe (7) and Jessica (4). Photograph: Tom Honan

Grandmother Camilla O’Brien said it felt like “a cloud had been lifted” as she was able to hug her grandchildren Chloe (7) and Jessica (4) for the fi(...)

South William Street in Dublin city centre was pedestrianised for a trial period last summer. Photograph: Tom Honan

Cars will be permanently banned from several areas around Grafton Street in Dublin from May 24th, ahead of the resumption of outdoor dining in June. (...)

Liam Jones with his artwork at the Merrion Square open-air art gallery. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

It is Sunday afternoon and Dublin looks almost normal, with hundreds of people strolling Grafton Street and good-natured queues forming at the ice cre(...)

One silver lining for the homeless during the pandemic has been improved funding and services, though for some it has meant increased isolation and(...)

Barbara Scully joined the JWT set in 1979

It was a cold Monday morning, the 3rd of December 1979, when I arrived at 8-11 Lower Baggot Street in Dublin for my first day at my first ever real jo(...)

Grafton Group chief executive Gavin Slark

Grafton Group has reported revenue growth ahead of expectations for March and April with turnover up 32.9 per cent for the year-to-date. The builders(...)

Jean Murray, at her home in Ratoath with her dogs, Heidi, Slinky and Storm: Murray is part of the growing number of Irish people who subscribe to conspiracy theories about Covid-19 and its vaccines. Photograph: Alan Betson

In March 2020, mother-of-three Jean Murray was posting tips on how to combat the spread of Covid-19 which had just arrived in Ireland. “Open all your(...)

 City Hall on Dame Street will open its toilets to the public. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dubliners are to be given access to public toilets in 22 buildings around the city including sports centres, libraries and City Hall on Dame Street. (...)

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