Dublin city councillor Mannix Flynn’s posters in Temple Bar yesterday. Mr Flynn says his posters are on private property and so are legal.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Some European and local election candidates face the prospect of fines in the run-up to polling day after putting up posters before it was permitte(...)

A computer generated perspective view of a winning school design by Gilroy McMahon Architects

Given his training as an architect, the Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn was bound to raise the profile of school design, as indeed he has done (...)

Dancers from “Can’t Stop the Music” at the Forty Foot in June 1990. The dancers were taking part in a photocall to publicise the return of the show to the Gaiety Theatre. Photograph: Paddy Whelan / The Irish Times.

One of the last bastions of male exclusivity in Ireland has been breached following a decision by the Sandycove Bathers’ Association to accept (...)

A month ago, 805 business owners in Dún Laoghaire were balloted on whether or not the town should become a Business Improvement District. The Yes vote won and now councillors must decide whether the proposal proceeds. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

More people than usual will be watching tonight’s meeting of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. Some say the outcome of one vote will be a (...)

Architect Evelyn Darcy with Transition Year students from St Joseph’s Secondary School Stoneybatter, Dublin 7. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Architecture has quietly been introduced to some secondary schools in Ireland as architects leave their design studios and building sites to wo(...)

Residents behind sandbags at Poleberry, Waterford city. Photograph: Patrick Browne
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SOUTHEASTResidents and businesspeople along the southeast coast are hoping they are over the worst of the flooding which hit many areas badly on Monda(...)

Fine Gael councillor Barry Saul called for a valuation before plans for five group housing units went any further but the council spokeswoman said there were no plans to do a valuation at this stage.

Plans to build Traveller accommodation in one of Dublin’s most affluent areas have moved into implementation phase, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Coun(...)

Fine Gael councillor Barry Saul said 92 people and one resident association made submissions against the Mount Anville Road site. “I’m very disappointed with the result as it will have a direct effect on the future funding of our capital programme.”

A proposal to build Traveller accommodation on sites in one of Ireland’s wealthiest areas was passed by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council last (...)

Computer-generated view of the proposed Dún Laoghaire “urban beach”

A planning application to develop a €2.5 million “urban beach” and outdoor swimming pool at Dún Laoghaire harbour has been lodged by Dún Laoghaire Har(...)

 A Bag the Poo sign  on Dublin’s North Strand. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Dubliners are being urged to report dog owners who fail to pick up after their pets, to local authorities.A new hotline number 1800 251 500 has been e(...)

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