Sandymount

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The High Court has ruled in favour of a challenge to the planned Sandymount cyclepath. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

A High Court ruling stopping the installation of a cyclepath on Strand Road in Sandymount could have “devastating consequences” for the development of(...)

Fr Noel Barber. Photograph: Jimmy McCormack

In 2008, Fr Noel Barber of the Jesuits gave the eulogy at the funeral of family friend and Sunday Independent journalist, Terry Keane, using words tha(...)

A mock-up of the proposed Strand Road cycle path. Image via Dublin City Council

The High Court has rejected Dublin City Council’s planned two-lane cycleway for the Strand Road in Sandymount. Mr Justice Charles Meenan ruled the cy(...)

 Martha Killion, right,  who was diagnosed at age two with coeliac disease, with her  twin sister Rose (7), brother Henry (11), and mother Emma in home in Sandymount, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

This summer, The Irish Times will offer tips, advice and information for parents on how to help their children thrive during the holiday mon(...)

The facilities, which would be permitted to use public lands free of charge for at least three years free of charge, would have been an alternative to portaloos.

Tenders for the rollout of toilets as part of new cafe or retail kiosks across Dublin, instead of portaloos, have resulted in offers of just six facil(...)

Posters for the Dublin Bay South byelection on the Strand Road, Sandymount. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

When plans for a cycle path along Strand Road in Sandymount were first announced last August as part of Dublin’s City Council’s Covid-19 response, it (...)

One lane currently used by traffic would be used to create a two-way cyclepath, the court heard. File photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

The way the Sandymount cycleway was planned was a “particularly extreme example” of the public being excluded from proper participation, the High Cour(...)

The network redesign involves scrapping the current numbering system for all buses. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The first services of the redesigned bus network for Dublin will begin operating from Howth and Malahide on Sunday. The network redesign is part of t(...)

Claire Byrne, the Green Party’s candidate in the July 8th vote, launched her campaign on Sandymount Strand on Sunday. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Dublin Bay South voters have been urged to look to Green policies in the upcoming byelection to “guide us out of the pandemic”. Claire Byrne, the Gre(...)

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar speaks to the media at Dublin Zoo on Wednesday. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Party leader speeches to ardfheiseanna don’t tend to rely too much on nuance. The rhetoric is ramped up and the message is delivered with a good thump(...)

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