Temple Bar

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The proposed development of Merchant’s Arch Bar would lead to an “overconcentration” of licensed premises in Temple Bar, An Bord Pleanála said. Photograph: Alan Betson

Plans to turn the Merchant’s Arch Bar, considered one of the most important historical buildings on Dublin’s south quays, into a “superpub” have been (...)

The first official Dublin Monopoly game lands in shops today but the capital’s residential addresses have been wiped from the board in favour of touri(...)

Photograph: Alan Betson 20/8/08Starbucks Dawson Street

Monday Results: Mondelez, HSBC, Pappa John’s Pizza. Indicators: UK housing prices (Oct); mortgage lending (Sep), lending to individuals (Sep), con(...)

File image from 2015 of Frank McDonald at Aldborough House, Dublin. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

“There is no use pretending that Frank McDonald is aiming at a judicial and dispassionate tone. He is not. He is in a rage,” said Maurice Craig of McD(...)

In a word... alcohol

Dear Al, You are having a hard time, and with some former friends taking up the cudgels. Nothing compares to the zeal of former friends turned enemy.(...)

Artist Ana Martinez with her wall-hanging, ‘Miracle, which featured in Dublin Simon Community’s art exhibition at Temple Bar Gallery. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

Homelessness is not just about not having your own bed to sleep in at night. It is also about not having a community of people whom you feel safe with(...)

 The 53-dormitory Isaacs Hostel is located near both Busáras and Connolly Station

A 290-bed hostel in Dublin’s north city centre will go on sale later today for €9.5 million through property agents JLL. Isaacs Hostel in Dublin 1, is(...)

Zoned “city centre”, permissible uses include residential, restaurant, shop, guest house, conference centre, cultural, medical and related consultants, office and hotel.

The restored former Reads Cutlers shop and house at 4 Parliament Street and 3 Crane Lane in Temple Bar is new to the market this week through Knight (...)

The Baths  outdoor swimming pool in Clontarf: part-glazed wooden pergola must be removed.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The owners of the 132-year-old Clontarf baths, which reopened earlier this year following a €2.4 million refurbishment, have been ordered to scale bac(...)

 Patrick Hanlon (left) and Russell James Alford

When did you last cry? Patrick: Probably the last time I cried was happy tears. Russell: You cry happy tears more than you cry sad tears. For me it(...)

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