Phoenix Park

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Deer eating rubbish from an overflowing bin in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. Photograph: Office of Public Works

Picnickers enjoying sunny weather during the lockdown are being blamed for a more than 50 per cent spike in the amount of rubbish dumped in Dublin’s P(...)

Brian Murrayhill (75) died on April 13th in St Mary’s Hospital in the Phoenix Park. Source: Chelsea Murrayhill

A little after 6pm on Friday, April 10th, Chelsea Murrayhill got a voice note from her father on Facebook messenger, sent from his nursing home bed, a(...)

Some 24 residents have died from an outbreak of Covid-19 in the 150-bed St Mary’s nursing home,  which has a separate 48-bed step down hospital. Photograph: Eric Luke

The niece of a resident who died in St Mary’s Hospital nursing home in Dublin’s Phoenix Park has called for a statutory inquiry into the State’s respo(...)

There have been 24 coronavirus-related deaths to date at St Mary’s Hospital nursing home in the  Phoenix Park. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has appointed an independent investigator to examine allegations made by a healthcare worker of shortcomings at St (...)

Following the coronavirus outbreak in St Mary’s all staff are now required to wear face masks. File photograph: The Irish Times

A staff member in St Mary’s Hospital nursing home in Dublin’s Phoenix Park raised serious concerns over access to personal protective equipment (PPE) (...)

St Mary’s Hospital in Phoenix Park, which provides residential care to 198 older people. File image: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Fifteen patients have died from Covid-19 in a Dublin nursing home run by the Health Service Executive (HSE) which has been struggling to contain the v(...)

A computer image shows a model structurally representative of a betacoronavirus which is the type of virus linked to Covid-19, better known as the coronavirus.  Photograph:  NEXU Science Communication/Reuters

Transmission of the coronavirus in a Dublin nursing home has become widespread in recent days and is now affecting more than a fifth of the 200 reside(...)

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 (...)

Deirdre Brennan in Phoenix Park: ‘It is a secret space in the heart of the city for us urban dwellers to feel grass beneath our feet and fresh air in our lungs.’

A funicular, a driverless shuttle-bus, extra car parks and an expanded visitor centre are among the proposals included in a strategic review of Phoeni(...)

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris does not believe the new unit will clash with the work of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission, which investigates complaints made against gardaí. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A new anti-corruption unit is being established in the Garda to investigate members of the force, Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said. The new un(...)

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