Kilmainham

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While he may not be well known for the optimism of his work, there is usually a redemptive core to Maguire’s projects.

War Changes its Address: The Aleppo Paintings Brian Maguire. Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin; Until May 6th; imma.ie B(...)

43 Inchicore Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8

Address: 43 Inchicore Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8 Agent: Murphy Mullan Estate Agents Close to Kilmainham Gaol, this 107sq m (1,15sq ft) house has man(...)

In 1909, Mary Walker was due back at work in the evening, but did not return from her afternoon walk. Photograph: iStock illustration

At about 3pm on a dry, blustery day in Mullingar, 32-year-old Mary Walker left her house for a walk along the canal, which she often did after dinner.(...)

A sustained campaign  from the Beaumont Woods Residents’ Association resulted in the suspension of Coast Guard landings at Beaumont Hospital. File photograph: Eric Luke

The Coast Guard stopped using a field adjacent to Beaumont Hospital for patient transfers after local residents complained about noise and safety conc(...)

Some of those who attended the Capuchin Day Centre on Friday morning leaving with a food hamper.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw.

The Capuchin day centre will give out “threefold” the number of Christmas food parcels this year as it did five years ago, while the number of childre(...)

Brother Allen with Christopher Brady, Liam O’Brien and Michael Molloy, compositors and printers of the 1916 Proclamation.

Brother William Palladius Allen, better known as WP, joined the staff of the O’Connell School in North Richmond Street in the years before the Easter(...)

Primary schoolchildren from Gaelscoil na bhFál in Belfast research material for Across and Open Field, Ireland’s first history publication written and illustrated by children.

It was one of the most successful children’s projects in the history of the State. In 1937, 100,000 school primary school pupils were tasked with gat(...)

The main square in Chapelizod. The area feels more like Co Dublin than the city. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Chapelizod has the very unusual distinction of being a Dublin village that is located on both the north and south sides of the river Liffey. Located 7(...)

Garda Nicola Gorman downplayed the effect of her injuries arising from the February 2013 attack, the High Court heard. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A Garda who suffered internal injuries when she was punched and kicked while making an arrest was awarded more than €36,000 compensation in the High C(...)

Andrew O’Neill: the man behind the Old County Road accommodation where 64 people were living, was crowned ‘King of the Gingers’ last year. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

One of the landlords featured in the RTÉ Investigates exposé on overcrowded, unsafe and unsanitary lettings has a track record of cramming people into(...)

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