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Since 1986, Dublin’s Phoenix Park has been designated as a National Historic Park, and for good reason: its enclosure in the mid-17th century, to protect the royal deer herd, is one of the most important legacies to Dublin of James Butler, the great Duke of Ormonde, as viceroy of Ireland during the reign of Charles II. Photograph: David Sleator

It is one of Dublin’s great boasts that the city has the largest enclosed public park of any European capital. But the Phoenix Park is more than just (...)

Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin.

It is Dublin’s lung, its beating heart; its most treasured space. Each year, Dubliners spend millions of hours inside its walls. It is the Phoenix Par(...)

Cathy Ward who was found dead in her house in Clondalkin, Dublin on Friday. Photograph: Facebook

A man has appeared in court in Dublin charged with the murder of his wife in Clondalkin on Friday. Alan Ward (51) with an address at Greenfort Drive(...)

Ana Kriegel left her home in Leixlip, at about 5pm on May 14th, however, she did not return.

A 14-year-old boy accused of the murder of Kildare schoolgirl Anastasia Kriegel in May has been returned for trial to the Central Criminal Court. Th(...)

Joe Kelly, a tenant of Alone, in his apartment on Reubens Street, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

When Joe Kelly received the notice for eviction from his basement apartment in Ranelagh, Dublin, late last year he knew finding a new home would be a (...)

Extended hours will be in operation at the Peter McVerry homeless youth café on Berkeley Street.  File Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

An additional 200 beds are to be made available for rough sleepers in Dublin on Monday evening, The temporary accommodation spaces have been sourced (...)

Bloom is Ireland’s biggest food and garden show, running from Thursday until Monday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Heading to Bloom in the Phoenix Park over the coming days? With over 100,000 people expected to visit Ireland’s biggest food and garden show, which ru(...)

File image of Daniel McAnaspie. Trevor Noone has been sentenced to 13 years in prison today for his part in McAnaspie’s killing.

Trevor Noone was sentenced to 13 years in prison today for his part in the killing of teenager Daniel McAnaspie. Noone (29), with an address in the (...)

Annette Tobin at her home in Donnycarney, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Annette Tobin (64), originally from Howth, Co Dublin, once lived a mansion in Abu Dhabi with six bathrooms. Following the death of her husband, Noel(...)

The first “Week of Italian Cuisine in the World” takes place on November 21st-27th

Almost everybody loves a pizza or a plate of pasta, so it’s no wonder Italian is one of the world’s most celebrated cuisines. The Italian Ministry of (...)

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