Sonia O’Sullivan has run a few over the years as have British Olympic champions Mo Farah and Alistair Brownlee. But a more representative sample of pa(...)

 Jim Kennedy: had denied giving Mr Dunlop £25,000 in 1991 to bribe councillors to vote in favour of rezoning land at Carrickmines

The Criminal Assets Bureau action against businessman Jim Kennedy is to proceed despite the criminal case against him having failed and the findings i(...)

Report  found that almost a quarter of the 34 local authorities were not using development levies for the purpose intended

City and county councils are failing to charge interest on unpaid levies owed by property developers, according to a Government audit of the scheme.Pr(...)

Bylaws should be introduced to help prevent the “dumping” of pet rabbits and domestic goats on Dalkey Island in Dublin Bay, a draft report on conse(...)

Many sports clubs in the Dublin City Council area, whose clubhouses have bars, face rises in their rates

Rates on rugby, GAA and many other sports clubhouses in the Dublin City Council area may rise by 50 to 100 per cent next year, according to valuer Bri(...)

Two months of free time as the State’s 3,000-plus primary schools close their doors for the summer at the end of this week – it’s a delightful prospec(...)

A map showing the area of cycleway affected by the Blackrock Local Area Plan. Image: Irish Times Studio

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has been accused of trying to scupper the Sutton to Sandycove (S2S) cycle and walkway project by proposing to re(...)

Irish teenagers spend nearly a year-and-a-half of their time at secondary school on summer holidays. That’s a considerable slice of their young lives.(...)

New scheme will reduce the cost of building extensions and new homes by an average of 27 per cent

A new development levy scheme was given final approval by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County councillors at a meeting last night re(...)

Dún Laoghaire pier: festival will include exhibitions, a genealogy village, traditional music, embassy celebrations, a concert and a parade.

Several thousand visitors are expected in Dún Laoghaire this week for an international festival of flags. The Bratacha Festival, opening (...)

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