An Post has been given planning permission to hang two large banners outside the GPO.

An Post has been given planning permission to hang two large banners outside the GPO in a bid to arrest a decline in visitor numbers to its flagship 1(...)

Temporary gates at the North Circular Road entrance to the Phoenix Park. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Historic gates of Dublin’s Phoenix Park, removed last year for the final Mass of the World Meeting of Families, have yet to be restored almost one yea(...)

Dr Quirkey’s Goodtime Emporium and the former Carlton Cinema on O’Connell Street, May 2019. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

  Poor old O’Connell Street. No amount of lipstick has been able to elevate it from the sty. There have been many attempts to pretty-up the capi(...)

Culture Night 2018:   ballerinas from Dance Ireland with drumming sensations the Hit Machine. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Friday is Culture Night all over Ireland. Do you: (a) put on comfy shoes, arm yourself with the guide or the app and let loose, collapsing with exhaus(...)

Abbeyleix Bog. ‘My main hope for the future is in community and volunteer-led initiatives like the Abbeyleix Bog project.’ File photograph:  Bord na Móna

National Biodiversity Week which continues until Saturday, is a celebration of Ireland’s native flowers, trees, insects, animals and birds. Environme(...)

The Ha’penny Bridge in Dublin will host an unusual swap on Wednesday. File photograph: The Irish Times

For booklovers bursting to spend a penny (or half of one), it’s worth raiding your jars of miscellaneous coins and sticking your hand deep down the ba(...)

Up the Dubs: one of the Ha’penny Bridge banners put up by the city council. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The practice of draping enormous “Up the Dubs” banners on both sides of the Ha’penny Bridge by Dublin City Council for weeks before and after the coun(...)

Nearly seven decades since Dublin’s original and very extensive tram network was junked in favour of buses and 25 years since the idea of bu(...)

The development would involve the demolition of most buildings between the Abbey Street and Liffey Street entrances to Arnotts department store. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin City Council has raised concerns over plans for a nine-storey budget hotel near Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge, which involves the demolition of nine(...)

Aldborough House on Portland Row, Dublin 1.

Redevelopment plans for the last Georgian mansion built in Dublin, Aldborough House on Portland Row, have been sharply criticised by the Department of(...)

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