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On-the-spot fines will be issued for parking on pavements, cycle lanes or bus lanes. File photograph

New fines for illegal parking on footpaths, bus lanes and cycle lanes in Dublin will come into force next month. The on-the-spot fines will be €(...)

Councillors are seeking a 50-50 gender balance on the committee.

A taskforce set up just four days ago to steer the recovery of Dublin city from the Covid-19 pandemic will be reconstituted following the annoyance of(...)

The proposed mixed-use redevelopment of Park Shopping Centre  on Prussia Street.

Plans to increase the amount of student accommodation and add build-to-rent apartments to a proposed development beside the Grangegorman Technological(...)

CGI view of the proposed development at Hedron’s Building, Broadstone.

Plans for a co-living scheme at the Hendron’s Building, a modernist protected structure in Broadstone, Dublin, have been refused by An Bord Pleanála. (...)

 The funeral of Fr Tom Cunningham C.S.Sp at Holy Spirit Parish Church, Kimmage, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ten priests from the Spiritan order died in the month of January, eight of them having tested positive for Covid-19. Fr Dermot Kavanagh, Fr Leo (...)

Dublin City Council Council is seeking approval for a pilot scheme to allow fixed-charge notices to be given to motorists whose vehicles are blocking bus lanes, cycle paths, clearways and access to driveways. File photograph: Alan Betson

Motorists in Dublin who commit certain parking offences such as parking on footpaths, bus lanes and cycle paths could face fines instead of the risk (...)

 Emergency ambulances from Dublin Fire Brigade: Up to 1,100 firefighters and paramedics work for Dublin City Council, 80 of whom are not available for duty due to having contracted Covid-19 or are close contacts. Photograph: EPA

Paramedics and firefighters in Dublin Fire Brigade who had their Covid-19 vaccine appointments postponed will be prioritised for inoculation this week(...)

CGI view of the proposed development at Hedron’s Building, Broadstone.

A scheme to turn a protected modernist building in Dublin’s north inner city into a co-living development would create “tenements of the future”, city(...)

A view of the pedestrian and cycle lane on Inns Quay, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

Banning traffic from College Green and other Dublin city streets would be “potentially highly damaging” to the Government’s plans for a phased reopeni(...)

Cllr Tom Brabazon (left) has been elected Lord Mayor of Dublin. He replaces his Fianna Fáil colleague Paul McAuliffe who was elected to Dáil Éireann earlier this month. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Fianna Fáil councillor Tom Brabazon has been elected Lord Mayor of Dublin to replace his party colleague Paul McAuliffe who won a Dáil seat two weeks (...)

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