The Van-themed mural at Kilbarrack Dart station in north Dublin, celebrating local author Roddy Doyle

Thirty years ago, Roddy Doyle, the creator of The Van, The Commitments and The Snapper was a teacher at Greendale Community School in Kilbarrack, drea(...)

The Freedom of Information Act 2014 provides for a general right of access to records held by public bodies and also provides that records should be released unless they are found to be exempt. File photograph: Getty

Nearly 37,000 freedom of information requests were made to public bodies last year, an 8.5 per cent increase on the previous year. The figure also re(...)

The contentious Kilmainham site is on the corner of Old Kilmainham Road and the South Circular Road. Photograph: Google Street View

More than €600,000 has been paid to Dublin City Council in vacant site levies since the anti-land hoarding tax fell due in January, new figures show. (...)

The hunt goes on for a French village house. Photograph: Getty Images

Friends, discouraging over Christmas, had become enthusiastic about my plans by the time I returned in February. Couldn’t wait to see the back of me, (...)

The former glass bottle site on the Poolbeg peninsula. Developers are obliged to set aside 350 apartments for social housing.

The first application for the long awaited redevelopment of the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Ringsend, which has been designated up to 3,500 home(...)

Employees in the offices of Facebook’s European HQ in Dublin’s dockland.  Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Concern about low levels of social housing and homes for middle-income workers in Dublin’s docklands is “legitimate” and “genuine”, Dublin City Counci(...)

 Dublin City Council  hosted the Velo-City cycling conference in June. This image shows the beginning of the bike parade which went from  Sherif Street to Raheny. Photograph. Nick Bradshaw

Inhaling motor fumes, weaving in and out of gridlocked cars and coming within centimetres of speeding vehicles were the defining characteristics of Ma(...)

Ireland has the fourth-highest level of drug-related deaths in Europe, with 700 deaths in 2016, about half of which were caused by overdoses, a Merchant’s Quay Ireland spokesman said. Photograph: Thinkstock

Merchant’s Quay Ireland (MQI) has submitted additional information to Dublin City Council as part of its application to open Ireland’s first facility (...)

The ground floor of 232 Rathmines Road Lower, which has just been let to Oxfam at an initial rent of €77,500pa.

Agent Savills is guiding a price of €11.75 million for a portfolio of prime commercial properties distributed across Upper and Lower Liffey Street in (...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy: his department said the 300km limit appeared to be an attempt “to include everyone (or almost everyone) with an interest in applying”.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Fewer families will be able to buy affordable homes in Dublin after city councillors agreed to restrict eligibility criteria for the new discount hous(...)

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