People protesting in January last year against  a new development planned beside St Anne’s Park, Dublin. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A fresh application to build more than 500 homes on playing pitches beside St Anne’s Park in Raheny, north Dublin has been submitted to An Bord Pleaná(...)

Cairn Homes applied to build 377 apartments and eight houses on a three-hectare north Dublin site, that was previously owned by the Christian Brothers.

Cairn Homes has been cleared to build a 385-home apartment development, including blocks up to eight storeys high, on Griffith Avenue, Marino, Dublin (...)

Brent geese feeding on grounds next to the proposed site for residential units in Raheny. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Property developer Pat Crean has described as a “stark and tragic” irony that homeless people are sleeping in St Anne’s Park in Raheny, next to his si(...)

Image of Cairn’s proposed 385-home development on Griffith Avenue, Marino, north Dublin. Photograph: Cairn Homes

Minister of State Finian McGrath is opposing a large housing development of more than 370 apartments in his north Dublin constituency on Griffith Aven(...)

Pope Francis during his visit to Dublin last Saturday. The group expected a half an hour maximum, but the pope heard them out for an hour and a half. Photograph: Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters

The most extraordinary meeting in the long history of the Catholic Church in Ireland was a hastily arranged affair. Eight survivors of clerical abuse(...)

Trees lining the roadway at Fairview  which had been  earmarked for felling by Dublin City Council to make way for a cycle path. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Cars will be restricted to one lane on part of one of the busiest traffic routes running into Dublin city centre under plans for a new 2.5km cycle pat(...)

Dublin’s Hebrew graveyard on Fairview Strand was recently handed over to the care of Dublin City Council. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

A small stone plaque above the door of an unassuming house on Fairview Strand in Dublin proclaims it was built in the year 5618. While this pebble-da(...)

Work had been due for completion last July but progress was hampered by Clontarf locals’ objections over the height of a flood defence wall. Photograph: Alan Betson

Parts of north Dublin’s coast road will be inaccessible to motorists from next month under plans to complete the €5 million Clontarf cycle path by th(...)

Flood defences are being constructed along the coast  at Clontarf in  North Dublin city. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Dublin City Council has agreed to alter the concrete flood defence sea wall under construction in Clontarf in an attempt to improve relations with loc(...)

A view of Howth from the behind new sea wall being built next to the old wall at Dollymount, opposite St Anne’s Park, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Residents of Clontarf are appealing to Dublin City Council to halt construction of flood defences opposite Bull Island nature sanctuary, claiming the (...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • Next
  • Last »