Phibsborough

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The leafy New Cabra Road, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Cabra is a well-established neighbourhood. In the 1940s, Dublin Corporation created hundreds of homes in the area between th(...)

The Bernard Shaw pub in Portobello, Dublin. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The Minister for Culture has signalled her support for new laws to protect cultural spaces from being forced out of business by the development of nei(...)

‘Why put myself through the torture of looking at lovely properties that I’ll never even be able to afford? And why do I find this so soothing?’ Photograph: Kevin Van Paassen/Bloomberg via Getty

Some people like to unwind of an evening with some knitting in front of the TV, or a crossword, or even a spot of gaming. Me, I like nothing more than(...)

Stoneybatter’s annual street party. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Dublin’s Stoneybatter has been named the coolest place in Ireland and among the top 50 most exciting neighbourhoods in the world by Time Out, which ha(...)

Over 1,400 properties would lose part of their front gardens to accommodate the initial plans published last year and earlier this year. Photograph: iStock

Designers of the BusConnects plan should seek to limit the removal of on-street parking in residential areas, Dublin City Council’s city planning offi(...)

The Dublin borough of Phibsborough was dubbed one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world by Time Out magazine in 2018, coming in at 27th in the wo(...)

Seán and Stephanie Maher close up the shop which opened in 1979 on Berkeley Road, Phibsborough.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Locals stopped by to say farewell to a northside Dublin postmaster who retired on Tuesday after 40 years of service in the same location. Seventy thr(...)

From September 1st, city businesses will have to pay an annual licence fee of €630 to erect sandwich boards outside their premises. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Gardaí agreed to support a Dublin City Council “blitz” on unauthorised sandwich boards on the city’s streets, minutes of an internal council meeting s(...)

Local residents tied yellow ribbons around the trees on St Mobhi Road to protest against plans for their removal. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Car commuters on Dublin’s northside face increased traffic jams during the evening rush hour under proposals to save mature trees in Glasnevin as part(...)

Work in progress at the national children’s hospital site at St James’s Hospital: “Patients immunocompromised or with respiratory ailments are of particular concern and a public health impact assessment may be required.”   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A public health impact assessment may be required to determine the effect of the new BusConnects plan on air quality around the site of Dublin’s St Ja(...)

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