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Baldoyle is not as highly developed as other coastal spots in the area. Photograph: Alan Betson

What’s so good about Baldoyle? Want to be surrounded by three beaches, but still be within a roar of Dublin city centre? This northside suburb in Dub(...)

St Brigid’s Crescent, Artane. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

What’s so good about it? This pocket of north Dublin boasts many a famous native, among them actor Brendan Gleeson, singer Brian McFadden and U2’s La(...)

Preparation of a masterplan for the Cherrywood lands, which were acquired last year from investment firms Hines and King Street Capital for more than €120 million, are said to be at an advanced stage.

US private equity group Lone Star’s Quintain Ireland property development arm has secured planning permission to build 153 homes in Portmarnock in nor(...)

An oak tree will draw down enough carbon to offset 198 flights from Dublin to London in its lifetime. Photograph: Getty Images

There’s no doubt that trees are important to the environment, but nobody knows this more than a group of primary school children from Malahide and Por(...)

Street lights, empty roads and relative darkness suggest the race was held in the early hours of the morning.

Animal rights advocates have said the emergence of video footage showing a sulky race that cut off four lanes of a Dublin motorway has renewed focus o(...)

Skerries has a working harbour. Photograph: Alan Betson

What’s so good about it? It’s grim up north? Not in this utterly charming seaside town. As one of the few coastal spots on the eastern side of the co(...)

Ahead of the general election, are the parties mentioning the merits of cycling in their manifestos? And what exactly are they promising?  File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

Cycling is being embraced by most political parties as a means to lessen the problems of urban congestion and transport-based carbon emissions. It’s(...)

The results of phantom polls can travel along the constituency bush telegraph, suggesting that one candidate or another is in trouble. Photograph: Frank Miller

If the final days of an election campaign are when swing voters traditionally make up their minds, then they are also often the days when discipline b(...)

Portmarnock Beach in Co Dublin where a 15-year-old boy was stabbed on Friday night. Photograph: The Irish Times

A 15-year-old boy is in hospital after being stabbed during a row between two gangs of youths at a beach in north county Dublin. The attack happened (...)

Darragh O’Brien should easily hold his seat and is likely to top the poll again as he did in the 2016 general election. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dublin Fingal (five seats) Current: 1 FG, 1 FF, 1 Lab, 1 SF, 1 GP Voters in Dublin Fingal only went to the polls on November 29th, 2019, in the byel(...)

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