Busy port traffic as walkers enjoy the sunshine on the South Wall. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin Port is seeking planning permission for an estimated €320 million worth of projects that make up the second stage of its main expansion plan. (...)

Photograph: State Library of South Australia

On Friday, September 10th 1897, readers of The Irish Times were alerted to the sight of a “remarkable ship” sitting in the Liffey. “There is now moore(...)

Dublin Port says it aims to handle increased shipping, with a particular focus on the south side of the Liffey

Dublin Port Company has denied that its revised masterplan will expedite construction of an eastern bypass across Sandymount Strand. The port also s(...)

The 333m cruise ship the Splendida, the longest ship ever to visit Dublin Port, carrying more than 4,600 passengers. Photograph: Eric Luke

Redeveloping Alexandra Basin in Dublin Port would aid it in bringing more cruise ships to the city, according to a new report. An Bord Pleanála grant(...)

 The Georgian graving docks, at the Grand Canal Basin, Ringsend, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Waterways enthusiasts and a Dublin docklands business group have called on Minister for Heritage Heather Humphreys to save a key piece of the Grand C(...)

A new boundary made from pre-rusted Corten steel panels will replace the late 19th-century stone wall at southern end of the two-acre site, with a relocated 10-tonne Stothert & Pitt 1950s crane rearing up above the new wall

Dublin Port, for long a nearly enclosed semi-industrial estate at the eastern end of Docklands, is planning to open up to the city with an imaginativ(...)

The Victorian warehouse on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin handled all European fan mail for U2

A Victorian warehouse in Dublin’s south docklands owned by U2 is to be offered for sale from Wednesday. The building, facing Samuel Beckett Bridge at(...)

The 333m cruise ship the MSC Splendida , the longest ship ever to visit Dublin Port, carrying over 4,600 passengers, arriving in Dublin on Tuesday. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The longest vessel ever to visit Dublin Port has returned to the capital prior to its departure for Cork on Tuesday evening. The 333 metre-long MSC S(...)

 Richard Boyd Barrett: ‘We are against the Harbour Company’s plans to build a cruise ship berth that would destroy the unique aspect of the harbour.’ Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The proposal to build a 435-metre berth for super-sized cruise ships that would practically cut the harbour in half has divided opinion in Dún Laoghai(...)

A planning hearing has opened into Dublin Port plans to redevelop Alexandra Basin in the north Port area - the first part of the port company’s “Masterplan 2012 to 2040”.

A €200m plan to redevelop a large section of Dublin Port and deepen the navigation channel to allow for bigger container and cruise ships was outlined(...)