Capital Dock on  Sir John Rogerson’s Quay: Spread over 22 floors and 700,000sq ft, the block occupies a prime corner of Dublin’s south docklands. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It’s the tallest building in Ireland, promises five-star living and has some of the steepest residential rents in the country: welcome to Capital Dock(...)

Anthony Flynn from Inner City Helping Homeless who is running in the upcoming local elections in May. File photograph: Dave Meehan

Prominent homelessness campaigner Anthony Flynn is to contest the upcoming local elections for a seat on Dublin City Council. Mr Flynn is the founde(...)

Concerns were raised over how the College Green plaza plans would affect bus links and traffic flow in the city Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The College Green traffic free plaza, rejected by An Bord Pleanála last year, will be put in place this summer on a trial basis, Dublin City Council h(...)

The design by Noonan Moran Architecture for 73 North Wall Quay in Dublin’s docklands

Arthur Molloy and Michael Sherry, of Molloy & Sherry logistics, have secured planning permission for a nine-storey over basement development at 73(...)

With Airbnb, the horse has long since bolted. Photograph: Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg

It’s like Come Dine with Me for Airbnbs; a group of short-term letting “hosts” team up to visit each other’s properties and then mark them out of 10. (...)

The Luke Kelly statue by Dublin artist Vera Klute is lowered into place on Sherrif Street in Dublin. Photograph:  Paul Kelly

You wait years for a Luke Kelly statue, and then two of them come along at once. Tomorrow, the city unveils two separate sculptures, on either side of(...)

Irish author Anna Burns on stage at the Guildhall in London as  the Duchess of Cornwall (left) presents her with the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her novel ‘Milkman’. Photograph: Frank Augstein/PA Wire

The Man Booker Prize, as almost no one called it, has lost its Man, eighteen years after it technically lost its Booker. The Man Group, a hedge fund (...)

Ray Chen and his wife, Ting Ting, with their son Cooper (3) and a  photograph of their daughter Coleen (7). Coleen is being raised in China by Ray’s parents while they wait to secure her a visa. Cooper is being raised by his parents in Dublin Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Next week’s Chinese New Year will be extra special for one Chinese couple who have lived and worked in Dublin for the past 12 years.   Ray Chen (...)

The Man Booker Prize, as almost no one called it, has lost its Man, eighteen years after it technically lost its Booker. The Man Group, a hedge fund (...)

HGVs with five axles or more are prohibited  from Dublin city centre between 7am and 7pm seven days a week. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The ban on heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) passing through Dublin city centre would be lifted due to Brexit-related delays at Dublin Port only “in excepti(...)

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