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Sinn Féin TD Chris Andrews says it is ‘amazing that someone hasn’t been killed already when you see the knives and weapons seized by gardaí’. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Residents in Dublin’s south inner city are “being held hostage” due to ongoing street violence by young people which is occurring almost “every single(...)

Increasing costs for warehouse construction has become an accepted norm across the globe and is linked to ‘heated investment in new logistics projects’, report says. Photograph: Getty Images

Brexit and coronavirus have “catapulted” Dublin into being one of the most expensive locations in the world for warehousing. A survey of warehouse co(...)

 Alex Ferguson met the former mixed martial arts champion and United fan Khabib Nurmagomedov in the directors’ lounge at Old Trafford  after the Premier League draw with  Everton. Photograph:  Ash Donelon/Manchester United via Getty Images

Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s decision to use Cristiano Ronaldo as a substitute in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Everton has been criticised by the Manchester Uni(...)

Local shortages of timber, allied with manufacturing disruptions, have sent some costs soaring by up to 60 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson

Increases of nearly 35 per cent in the price of some building materials pose a threat to Irish growth, a new survey warned on Monday. Covid-19 remain(...)

The Turner & Townsend survey shows that average hourly rates paid in Dublin are almost €40, ranking it number four in the EU. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Building in Dublin is more expensive than Paris as material and labour shortages have made the Irish capital Europe’s third-costliest city for constr(...)

Three out of four builders surveyed by the firm reported that restrictions delayed work by several weeks in the final three months of last year. Photograph: Alan Betson

Builders are likely to face ongoing Covid-19 curbs for at least the rest of this year, a new report on construction warns. More than 14,000 workers a(...)

Mespil Road which was the city’s top blackspot for clamping in four of the previous five years does not even feature in the 2020 top 10. File photograph: Getty

The number of vehicles clamped for parking illegally in Dublin city last year declined 50 per cent, according to Dublin City Council. Clarendon Stree(...)

Hawkins House: An Bord Pleanála granted permission to the Office of Public Works three years ago for its demolition, and its replacement with an office complex. Photograph:  Bryan O Brien/ The Irish Times

Demolition of Hawkins House, the former Department of Health headquarters in Dublin city centre, has finally started three years after it was approved(...)

The company said that ‘all personnel on site have been asked to contact their GPs to undergo testing.’ File photograph: Bloomberg

Another Dublin building site has closed due to coronavirus, the third in a week. A worker tested positive for Covid-19 at the site operated by the El(...)

The East Quad site in Grangegorman, a joint venture set up between John Sisk & Son and Spanish construction company FCC has been closed and a deep clean will take place. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A construction site in Grangegorman, north Dublin has had to close due to a confirmed case of coronavirus. It is the second building site in Dublin (...)

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