MV Naomh Éanna, the CIÉ transport ship that serviced the Aran islands for years, is awaiting scrappage at Grand Canal  Docks in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Joyce’s Ulysses publisher Sylvia Beach and writers Brendan Behan and Breandán Ó hÉithir were among the many who travelled and reminisced about travell(...)

We’ve always worshipped the drink in this country, but Alltech founder Pearse Lyons is taking the concept to extremes with his new distillery and visi(...)

The Screen’s   distinctive neon sign, which was a  familiar part of the city’s landscape before its removal.  Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin City Council says it will investigate why a landmark neon sign on a Dublin cinema was removed without notice. The Screen Cinema on Towns(...)

Dublin Docklands Development Authority Building on Sir John Rogersons Quay. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The Acting CEO of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA), Eileen Quinlivan is appearing before the Public Accounts  this morning to(...)

Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links: the hotel has top-class attractions including conference and business facilities, a sauna and a fitness centre. photograph: alan betson

Another leading Dublin hotel is to be offered for sale in the coming weeks on the instructions of the National Asset Management Agency. The Portmarnoc(...)

A total of 12,677 meters were installed in the city up to the end of last month and the council was called to repair 247 leaks left behind once the contractors had left. Photograph: Collins

Dublin City Council has had to repair leaks at almost one in 50 homes where water meters have been installed by contractors working for Irish Water.Co(...)

The main flaw to Labour’s proposal  to cut the property tax by up to 15 per cent is that the party  is unlikely to win the seats required in the local elections to put  itself in a position to do so.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

There is only one flaw with the Labour Party local elections manifesto plan to cut property tax by 15 per cent in councils where it is the dominant pa(...)

Mannix Flynn: will not resign as a director of TBCT until there was “full disclosure” of a range of financial and other matters that “need to be spelled out in the interests of transparency”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin city manager Owen Keegan, sole shareholder of Temple Bar Cultural Trust (TBCT), has informed city councillors that he intends to “accelerate” i(...)

A view of the façade treatment by Grafton Architects and OMP of the proposed ESB headquarters on Lower Fitzwilliam Street in Dublin

Dublin city councillors are being advised by management to amend the city plan to facilitate a controversial scheme by the ESB to redevelop its headqu(...)

Volunteers  Paul Gay, Elsa Isnard, Aggie Bryla and Philip Kenny  outside the Exchange collective arts centre in Temple Bar, which is being closed down. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

There was once a shop in west Temple Bar with a €50,000 sofa in its window. Then came the recession, the shop disappeared and the space was filled wit(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 232
  • 233
  • 234
  • 235
  • 236
  • 237
  • 238
  • Next
  • Last »