New rules, approved by Dublin City Councillors this week, require all householders and businesses to have their waste collected by “an approved collector” or disposed of at a proper waste facility

Householders will have to prove how they dispose of their waste or face fines or court action under new bylaws.The new measures to tackle illeg(...)

Temple Bar Cultural Trust chief executive Dermot McLaughlin has been suspended pending an investigation of his role in offering three senior staff members redundancy packages, each worth €100,000 or more. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dermot McLaughlin, chief executive of Temple Bar Cultural Trust, has been suspended on full pay pending an investigation by its board of his ro(...)

THE flats complex at Crampton Buildings, Temple Bar, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The redevelopment of one of Dublin’s oldest purpose-built flat complexes is to begin this autumn, more than a year and a half (...)

The new contract will not involve any additional advertising and instead Dublin City Council will pay  JCDecaux €1.925 million a year for 10 years to run the service and maintain the bikes. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A €35 million deal to expand the Dublin bike scheme, with 950 new bicycles and 58 additional hire points, has been agreed between Dublin City C(...)

Some of the residents of Priory Hall pictured arriving at The Four Courts todayfor a Supreme Court hearing which was adjourned. Photograph: Collins Courts

AN APPEAL by Dublin City Council over a High Court order evacuating the Priory Hall apartments in Dublin was adjourned today to allow a mediati(...)

The 1963 Planning Act made it illegal to subdivide a house into flats without planning permission.

Less than 10 per cent of flats surveyed have ever been the subject of an application for planning permission, and most of these applicat(...)

Grafton Street, Dublin: repaving the street will begin later this month.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzismons

The €2.5 million repaving of Dublin’s Grafton Street, which will see the removal of the red brick surface and its replacement with pink and gre(...)

The late Tony Gregory putting up election posters in Dublin city in May 2007.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Friends and former colleagues of the late independent Dublin TD Tony Gregory have stepped up their campaign to have the (...)

Businesses and organisations including the Guinness Storehouse, the National College of Art and Design and the Digital Hub Development Agency have come together to produce a 90-day plan aimed at improving the appearance and the perception of Thomas Street in Dublin  to encourage shoppers and tourists to use the street.

One of Dublin most historic streets is in danger of sliding into irrevocable decline, due to “State-sponsored dereliction”, a city business org(...)

Flatlands: the targeted investigation of just under 1,500 flats in three areas of Dublin found that almost 1,400 did not meet the minimum legal standards for private rented accommodation

More than 90 per cent of flats inspected in a Dublin City Council crackdown on substandard private housing have been deemed unfit for habitatio(...)

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