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Fine Gael councillor Barry Saul called for a valuation before plans for five group housing units went any further but the council spokeswoman said there were no plans to do a valuation at this stage.

Plans to build Traveller accommodation in one of Dublin’s most affluent areas have moved into implementation phase, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Coun(...)

Fine Gael councillor Barry Saul said 92 people and one resident association made submissions against the Mount Anville Road site. “I’m very disappointed with the result as it will have a direct effect on the future funding of our capital programme.”

A proposal to build Traveller accommodation on sites in one of Ireland’s wealthiest areas was passed by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council last (...)

The St Vincent’s Healthcare Group is composed of two public hospitals – St Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park and St Michael’s in Dún Laoghaire – as well as St Vincent’s Private Hospital.

The board of the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group is understood to be considering revised management structures which involve its chief executive being p(...)

John Bryan expected to seek nomination in South constituency which takes in Munster and parts of Leinster

Outgoing farmers’ leader John Bryan is set to contest the European elections in May as a Fine Gael candidate. Mr Bryan is expected to announce shortl(...)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: appealed to the public last November to donate food. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Crosscare, the social support agency of Dublin’s Catholic archdiocese, has confirmed it is charging charities 50 cent per kilo for food given to it by(...)

Former Minister for Education Mary Hanafin has said she would like to stay in Ireland where her experience can be best used to help people facing challenges. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Former Minister for Education Mary Hanafin has ruled herself out of running for the European Parliament for Fianna Fáil. She was understood to be inte(...)

Foam happy face clouds take to the sky on St Stephen’s Green  for the launch of First Fortnight 2014, which runs today to January 16th. Photograph: David Sleator

You might be familiar with the experience of seeing a face in the clouds, but artist Stuart Semple upped the ante when he set about creating clouds(...)

Shreeding trees at a  Christmas tree recycling centre. Galway City Council has advertised a €2 service for recycling trees and owners  can take home a bag of resulting compost.

Local authorities across Ireland are preparing to recycle thousands of Christmas trees as the festive period comes to a close. While January 6th is th(...)

Pat Egan in Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Pat Egan is still in the game. The years since his first dalliances with live-music promotion have become decades, but Egan is still out there hoping (...)

The Religious Sisters of Charity owns St Vincent’s Healthcare Group Ltd. The group includes the private and public hospitals in Ballsbridge, Dublin, and St Michael’s Hospital, Dún Laoghaire.

Two car parks at St Vincent’s hospital complex in Ballsbridge, south Dublin, lost €750,000 in 2012, according to the latest accounts for the compan(...)

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