Model of the proposed incinerator for Poolbeg. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin City Council ended up paying nearly twice as much for a new premises to accommodate a firm of cargo handlers in Dublin Port so the planned P(...)

A computer enhanced image of the Poolbeg incinerator

Plans for the construction of the Poolbeg incinerator have not been abandoned, Dublin City Council has said.No decision on the future of the project c(...)

The first water meter being installed in Maynooth, Co Kildare. But is executive performance being properly measured? Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

The State lacks many things but a sense of humour is not one of them. Just as the head of Irish Water John Tierney was dropping the news that he had s(...)

Dublin  city manager Owen Keegan:  Labour councillors, including Dublin lord mayor Oisín Quinn, met senior members of the Government and separately with Mr Keegan to discuss alternatives to the cuts.

Funding for Dublin’s roads, and payments in relation to the Poolbeg incinerator, are expected to be cut by city councillors tonight to reinstate budge(...)

Irish Water chief executive John Tierney and other senior staff will attend an Oireachtas committee hearing tomorrow. File Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

A member of the Oireachtas Environment Committee has said it will not accept a refusal by Irish Water to divulge details of its €50m expenditure on(...)

Cllr Dermot Lacey, when he was lord mayor,  casting a spear in Dublin Port to outline the boundries of the city. He has tabled a motion to invite the authors of a report on noise  levels in Dublin Port to a city council committee meeting. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dublin city councillors are to press today for the authors of a recent study of noise levels in Dublin Port and the “plight faced by residents” of Pig(...)

St Teresa’s Gardens, Dublin. Most of the 16 blocks of flats will be demolished, but two blocks, currently housing 60 flats, will be retained. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Plans for the regeneration of one of Dublin’s largest and most dilapidated flats complexes, at a cost expected to be in the region of €15 million, hav(...)

A man and woman are due before the courts this morning to face charges for their alleged roles in the murder of Thomas Horan (63). The suspects(...)

A garda stands outside  Cambridge Court in Irishtown, Dublin 4 where  Thomas Horan was murdered earlier this week. Photograph: Collins Photos

Gardaí investigating the murder of 63-year-old Thomas Horan in the housing block where he lived believe a taxi driver may have unwittingly transported(...)

Former minister for education Mary Hanafin: ruled out seeking nomination to run for Europe. File Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Former minister for education Mary Hanafin says she is supporting Dublin city councillor Mary Fitzpatrick in the contest to be Fianna Fáil’s candidate(...)

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