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Minister of State for OPW Patrick O’Donovan, pictured with chief park superintendent Margaret Gormley, speaking on the publication of a plan to reduce commuter traffic, speeds and parking in the Phoenix Park. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Transport and planning authorities have to stop viewing Dublin’s Phoenix Park “as an avenue to O’Connell Street”, Minister of State for the Office of (...)

A projection of how the new building would look. Councillors and officials  questioned the wisdom of building so many small apartments for the rental market.

Concerns have emerged over plans for a 30 storey build-to-rent scheme opposite Heuston Station, in Dublin which would be the city’s tallest apartment (...)

Bernard and Megan Callaghan at Dublin airport. Photograph: Patsy McGarry

It was oh, so quiet at Dublin airport on Sunday morning, as the rain lashed, the wind blew, and the 5am flight from Boston landed early at 4.41 am. A(...)

The OPW said it has received a request from the Garda to close side gates for the next five weekends, in support of restraints which prohibit non-essential travel beyond 5km. File photograph: PA

The perimeter gates of Dublin’s Phoenix Park will be shut for the remainder of Level 5 coronavirus restrictions but only at weekends, according to the(...)

 Homeless couple and parents of four, Sean and Philomena Keogh. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Homeless families are at increasing risk of sleeping rough as they face “obstacles, delays and red tape accessing emergency accommodation”, according (...)

Access gates to Dublin’s Phoenix Park reopened on Friday to traffic. Photograph: Alan Betson

A change of season was in the air at Phoenix Park on Friday as early morning walkers were greeted with a stiff northerly breeze whistling down Chester(...)

 The OPW has asked drivers “to be respectful to all pedestrians and cyclists” and said measures will remain under review. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

All of the perimeter gates to Dublin’s Phoenix Park, with the exception of Knockmaroon Gate, will be reopened on Friday morning, the Office of Public (...)

The Four Courts complex in Dublin. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The arrangement whereby the Bar Council is given free accommodation in the Four Courts is unlawful, it has been claimed. The claim is the subject of (...)

A computer-generated image of the 305ft residential tower Chartered Land intends to develop at Parkgate Street.

Developer Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land has moved a step closer to securing approval from An Bord Pleanála for the development of a 29-storey apartmen(...)

An image shared on social media at the weekend of Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and his partner Matt Barrett meeting two friends in the Phoenix Park in Dublin.

Leo Varadar is due in the chamber at midday on Wednesday for his first Dáil appearance of the week. It is likely to be his only one because the follow(...)

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