Temple Bar

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A computer generated impression of the  Oakmount development in Bray centre.

Developer Oakmount, led by Paddy McKillen jnr, has started construction work on a 25,000sq m (269,100sq ft) development on the 2.4-acre former Florent(...)

Robert Armstrong, ‘Kiribat’

Robert Armstrong: Squeegee Paintings ★★★★☆ Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Chancery Lane, Dublin  Soon, Robert Armstrong is off to Hong Kong for a spe(...)

Wellies: these boots weren’t made for walking to work

WHAT’S HOT Monstera The plant is omnipresent in patterns, so why not get a real one? Jamiroquai  A muse for Virgil Abloh in the new Louis Vui(...)

The Quays at 10-12 Temple Bar Square was closed for eight days in January after an inspection by the Food Standards Authority of Ireland.

The discovery of a cockroach infestation led to a closure order being served on a well-known restaurant in Dublin’s Temple Bar last month while two ki(...)

Michael and Danny Healy-Rae suggested the Taoiseach had done a grave disservice to the struggling Irish beef sector.

Beef farmers were very annoyed with the Taoiseach recently for daring to remark that he is trying to cut down on the amount of red meat he eats. Such (...)

Opponents of the proposal said the developement would be ‘entirely inappropriate for Temple Bar’

Temple Bar residents have succeeded in blocking plans for four-storey student accommodation units in Temple Bar. The ruling by An Bord Pleanála uphol(...)

A computer-generated image of the new Staycity and Premier Inn development.

Irish aparthotel group Staycity will add another location to its portfolio as part of a £203 million (€233 million) regeneration of London’s Paddingto(...)

There will be an address from President Michael D Higgins in the Round Room of the Mansion House. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

January 21st Members of the Dáil and the Seanad will meet in the Round Room of the Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2, where the first public mee(...)

 Dolphin House, home of Dublin District Family Court, in Temple Bar. File photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

The case of a woman who said her son grabbed her by the throat was among a number of emergency applications before Dublin District Family Court on Chr(...)

Copper Face Jacks, the highly-profitable nightclub on Harcourt Street in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The money continued to roll in last year for two of Dublin’s busiest pubs and clubs, according to recently-filed accounts for the venues. Accounts ju(...)

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