The firetrap apartment complex built in 2007 by former IRA hunger-striker Tom McFeely is to be refurbished by Dublin City Council. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/Irish Times

Owners of the Priory Hall apartments in north Dublin are to be given a “fresh start” Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has said, two years since(...)

The Supreme Court has over the past year or so greatly clarified and expanded the principles underpinning judicial review

The Supreme Court has over the past year or so greatly clarified and expanded the principles underpinning judicial review. This is evident in three ar(...)

 Greyhound Recycling said it has recently outsourced the debts of 104,000 accounts which remain unpaid to a debt collection agency.

More than 100,000 Dubliners can expect to receive letters from debt collectors for failing to pay Dublin City Council bin charges.In excess of €9 mil(...)

 Sample polling card sent out by Dublin City Council in advance of Friday’s referendum

  An error by Dublin City Council has resulted in incorrect polling information being sent to over 10 per cent of the voting population(...)

The half-built, planned new facilities for the Office of the State Pathologist and the Dublin City Mortuary which were  demolished after €3.3 million was spent on the project at Marino, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Around €3.3 million was spent on a now-abandoned project to develop a new State Pathology Office and facilities for the Dublin Coroner in Marino in Du(...)

The Journey of Light memorial, designed by Dublin-based Studio Negri with  Hennessy & Associates.

The memorial to victims of institutional abuse proposed for the Garden of Remembrance on Dublin’s Parnell Square will be a place to “mourn the pain” o(...)

€795,000 is being sought for  each of four adjoining Georgian houses (to left, with blue doors) at 44/50 Upper Rathmines Road

An extensive range of pre-63 residential investment properties are to be offered for sale in Dublin after being out of fashion for more than a decade.(...)

Vicar Andrew McCroskery of St Bartholomew’s Church of Ireland in Ballsbridge. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The bells of St Bartholomew’s Church, which have rung out over Ballsbridge in Dublin for more than 130 years, have been silenced following a complaint(...)

Bull Island: Dublin Port Company proposes to transfer 10.5 hectares of land on the western side of the island beside the North Bull Wall adjacent to the Royal Dublin Golf Club to Dublin City Council. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin Port Company has said it will hand over the land it owns on Bull Island to Dublin City Council if it is granted planning permission for new por(...)

Bull Island photographed from the air. Photograph: Frank Miller /	THE IRISH TIMES

Dublin Port Company plans to hand back part of Bull Island to the local community as part of a plan to redevelop the city’s port facilities.The port c(...)

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