The clampers, who are members of Siptu, are being balloted on whether they should strike over a 2.5 per cent pay increase, which the union said has been outstanding since 2011. Photo: David Sleator

A parking free-for-all could be on the cards with Dublin’s clampers threatening to go on strike over a pay di(...)

Dublin Simon has been providing a similar supported service at Harcourt Street since 2004, but the building is no longer suitable. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Dublin City Council plans to turn a former hotel in Georgian buildings on Fitzwilliam Street into a homeless (...)

Dublin’s clampers will next week vote on whether to take strike action in pursuit of an outstanding pay increase. The 50 or so workers em(...)

Redevelopment of the Alexander Basin would give the port the capacity to accommodate the largest freight vessels.

Plans for the €200 million expansion of Dublin Port, the largest engineering project undertaken in the port in 200 year(...)

If 60,000 Dublin vehicles are clamped this year, Dublin Street Parking Services has offered to pay staff a bonus of €2,000 each.

Dublin’s clampers have been set a target by Dublin City Council to clamp 60,000 vehicles a ye(...)

Dublin City Council has set up a Temple Bar project team reporting to assistant city manager Brendan Kenny, who will in turn report to the council’s south-east area committee, as well as its arts and culture strategic policy committee.     Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council yesterday assumed full control of the functions and assets of Temple Bar Cultural Trust (TBCT) after the company’s director(...)

Ivor Callely’s political career had ground to a halt long before his conviction in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. But his guilty plea on charge(...)

Map of areas impacted by leak over weekend

A leak on a large water distribution main which disrupted services in many parts of Dublin city, has been repaired, the council said today. (...)

About 44,000 customers will see their collection day change. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

New restrictions on Dublin’s private waste collectors, banning them from sending out bin lorries outside specific days, comes into force(...)

Vicar Andrew McCroskery of St. Bartholomew’s Church of Ireland in Ballsbridge, Dublin:  “Out of the blue we got a very short email from the council saying they were no longer pursuing action against us in relation to the clock and we could turn it back on.” Photograph: Dave Meehan

The historic bells of St Bartholomew’s Church in Ballsbridge are back in action – day and night – following the decisio(...)

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