CHQ in Dublin Docklands: the exhibition Epic Ireland has opened in its vaults, but its ground floor  could be reimagined. Photograph: David Sleator

Now that the vaults of CHQ in Dublin’s Docklands have been filled with the multimedia exhibition Epic Ireland, which opens to the public today, what’s(...)

EPIC Ireland opens its doors to a new visitor experience which tells the story of 10 million journeys and the roots of 70 million people. Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

The story of the 70 million people who claim Irish heritage across the globe will be told in a new interactive visitor centre which opens its doors in(...)

Bernard McNamara: The Dublin Docklands Development Authority and the receiver to his company, Gendsong, last year offered €2.5m to the residents to part-fund the work. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A plan to allow developer Bernard McNamara fix the fire safety defects at Longboat Quay, the Dublin docklands apartment complex he built in 2006, is c(...)

The failure of the ParkbyText system, operated by National Controlled Parking Systems, was described by one employee contacted by a midlands motorist unable to pay for his parking as a “Y2K moment”. Photograph: The Irish Times

The clampers who prowl more than 300 public and private car parks across the State had to be stood down yesterday after a software glitch caused by th(...)

Longboat Quay apartment complex in the Dublin docklands. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

A resolution of the long-running saga of fire-safety defects at the Longboat Quay apartment complex appears to be in sight, following the abolition of(...)

Longboat Quay apartment complex, Dublin.

A Commercial Court judge has added an engineer who approved work at Longboat Quay as a third party to an action taken over the apartment complex. It (...)

Poolbeg peninsula: More than a decade ago Dublin City Council produced plans for regenerating the industrial lands at the southeast end of the city for housing. Photograph: The Irish Times/Bryan O’Brien

Dublin Port Company wants the city council to scrap plans to develop housing on the company’s lands on Poolbeg peninsula to facilitate the future expa(...)

Sinn Fein councillor Chris Andrews: “This is an incredible decision and is just another piece of evidence that the residents have been treated disgracefully.” Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne

Residents of Longboat Quay have been informed by the Revenue Commissioners that they must pay their full rate of property tax, despite being told bef(...)

Former DDDA chairman Lar Bradshaw (left), pictured with CEO Peter Coyne, objects to the amount of time the PAC took to complete its report. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The former chairman of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority has objected to a report on the project by the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee.(...)

Longboat Quay in Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in the Dublin docklands. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Residents at Longboat Quay apartments in Dublin have been given 18 months to complete almost €4 million worth of vital fire safety modifications. A c(...)

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