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BusConnects aims to overhaul the current bus system in the Dublin region. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The National Transport Authority’s proposals for core bus corridors and cycle lanes through Dublin “leaves many questions unanswered”, the Dublin Cycl(...)

Members of the Dublin Jewish congregation attend an event at the Terenure Synagogue in 2008.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Garda are investigating the vandalism of a south Dublin synagogue after a swastika symbol was painted on an outer wall last week. The incident occur(...)

Photograph: An Garda Síochána

Gardaí seized heroin and cocaine worth more than €500,000 in south Dublin on Saturday evening. A 47-year-old man was arrested in connection with the (...)

The court heard the defendant   was arrested after cycling back up the street while gardaí were interviewing witnesses to the assault.

A man who threw a fork that got stuck into the side of a synagogue security guard’s head has received a 14 month sentence. Olgerts Romanovs (29), a L(...)

 The National Transport Authority’s chief executive Anne Graham. File Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Plans to overhaul the bus network in Dublin could increase journey times for private car commuters, the National Transport Authority (NTA) has said. (...)

  NTA chief executive Anne Graham and deputy chief executive Hugh Creegan at a briefing in November to unveil details of the BusConnects project. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

If Dublin is to maintain its capacity as a city and a capital “we will have to do more and urgently”, the National Transport Authority (NTA) is to tel(...)

The coffin carrying the remains Irish Glenroe actor Dónall Farmer is carried into St Joseph’s Church in Terenure, Dublin. Photograph: Jack Power

Dónall Farmer, the actor best known for his role in Glenroe, enjoyed “a life lived to the full,” his daughter Orla told his funeral mass in Dublin on (...)

The National Transport Authority’s chief executive, Anne Graham, said some decisions may be ‘difficult’, but they were necessary for ‘fast, reliable, punctual and convenient’ public transport. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Nearly 350 homes in north and west Dublin will lose part of their front gardens to clear the way for the first of four high-speed BusConnects bus corr(...)

Some 30,000 submissions were received by the NTA in relation to the redesign of the Dublin bus network when public consultation closed at the end of September

Hundreds of Dublin property owners who may lose part of their front gardens to accommodate bus and cycle lanes under the controversial BusConnects pro(...)

Richard Bruton: he petitioned the NTA  on seven occasions over concerns and objections constituents in his Dublin Bay North constituency had raised. Photograph: Getty Images

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and several senior Ministers made representations to the National Transport Authority (NTA) over constituents’ concerns with th(...)

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