Mount Merrion

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A  plaque commemorating the actor and comedian Dermot Morgan in Mount Merrion, Co Dublin. Photograph: Peter Cavanagh

A plaque in honour of the late Father Ted actor Dermot Morgan has been unveiled in Co Dublin. The plaque has been erected in Mount Merrion, where th(...)

The property is accessed from the Stillorgan Road and is bounded to the north by the Fortwilliam apartment complex. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A planning application has been lodged to construct four substantial semi-detached homes at Fortwilliam Cottage in Mount Merrion, south Dublin. The pr(...)

Ravenhall, the developer that built Melfort on Newtownpark Avenue in Blackrock, St Thomas Wood in Mount Merrion and Berehaven Place in Raheny, has be(...)

“If you mention inheritance tax in print, as I have done in the past, you will be bombarded with sob stories about the current oppressive regime and about adult children being thrown out of the family home because they have to sell the house to pay the tax when their parent dies. Some of these stories are complete nonsense.” File photograph: John Giles/PA Wire

Well, that didn’t take long, did it? The shiny new Government, fully committed to new politics and social justice, has highlighted its first big initi(...)

Treesdale is a mature estate hidden behind the Talbot Hotel in Mount Merrion. Formerly the Stillorgan Park Hotel, it was once home to a nightclub t(...)

Flanagan’s furniture shop in Mount Merrion: plan to build a 42-unit apartment scheme on the site has been given the go-ahead

Mount Merrion, one of south Co Dublin’s leafier enclaves, is currently a hive of property activity. Between houses for sale and applications for amb(...)

It was a small ad in this very paper that lured Maura and George Tully out from Mount Merrion to Garden Cottage, one of several properties that form (...)

The Woodview development was constructed in 2003 by Jackson Homes, and consists of a number of luxury duplex apartments, penthouses and three houses.(...)

Merrion Hall is one of those boom-era builds that commuters using the N11 will be familiar with. A landmark building, it occupies the corner of the d(...)

Anne Roche, the manager of Roches in Kimmage, which stocks mastectomy swimsuits, says they have been trying to raise the issue of entitlements for  years. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A Dublin woman who survived breast cancer and had a double mastectomy has described as “deeply unfair” the fact that she is entitled to less support w(...)

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