Rathfarnham

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Local elections, Kimmage-Rathmines: Green Party local election candidate Patrick Costello canvasses in Harold’s Cross, Dublin. Photo : Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

“Do you know anything about this spine, what’s it called, BusConnects?” asks a young woman in Harold’s Cross, south Dublin, who has just answered the (...)

Church services

CATHEDRALS Armagh -St Patrick’s Church of Ireland --Sunday services at 10am (Holy Communion), 11am (Sung Eucharist) and 3:15pm (Choral Evensong). Mon(...)

A Dublin Bus vehicle leaves Bray Dart station. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Everything should have been finished with the redesign of Dublin’s bus network – the most radical in a generation, or more – by June. However, the wor(...)

 Toll cameras on the M50. Photograph: The Irish Times

Ten motorists accused of failing to pay their M50 tolls were hit with fines totalling almost €100,000 on Monday. The penalties, ranging from €3,000 (...)

Part of the cannabis and cocaine haul seized by gardaí on Saturday.

A man has been been arrested after gardaí found drugs worth more than €100,000 in Rathfarnham, Dublin 16. Officers on traffic duty stopped a car on (...)

The vacant four-storey building was built in 2007, extends to 3,701sq m (39,845sq ft), and comes with 45 car-parking spaces.

With such a weight of money chasing Dublin property it’s unusual to hear of an agent dropping the guide price for a modern office block by 20 per cent(...)

The 3.4 hectares, at Taylor’s Lane in Ballyboden, is being sold on behalf of the Order of St Augustine.

A prime residential site in Dublin 16 is guiding more than €18 million through agent GVA Donal O Buachalla. The 3.4 hectares (8.6 acres), at Taylor’(...)

Open-plan dining/kithcen. Photograph: Barbara Corsico

Kingston Lafferty Design’s swish coach house in the south Dublin suburb of Rathfarnham graces the pages of this month’s Architectural Digest’s Italian(...)

Arthur and Grainne Cassidy outside their store, Pieces, on South Great George’s Street. Photograph: Alan Betson

Furnishing a home takes time as well as money. The recession years destroyed many of the solo traders within the furniture industry. The middle market(...)

Under the original Metrolink plan, Dunville Avenue, a narrow but crucial link between Ranelagh and Rathmines, would have to be closed permanently to permit the unimpeded operation of higher-frequency metro services.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry, to paraphrase Robert Burns. And so it is with the Government’s on-again, off-again MetroLink from S(...)

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