Frank Mcdonald

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Former environmental editor of The Irish Times Frank McDonald has been made a honorary fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Frank McDonald, a former environment editor of The Irish Times, has been made a honorary fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Present(...)

Tubbrid Castle

What do 1830s almshouses in Co Waterford, an “off-the-peg” Swiss cottage in Co Leitrim, a Tudor-era tower in Co Kilkenny and a mid 18th-century house (...)

The after-effects of ectocarpus –  a brown-coloured opportunist algae – in Dublin Bay at Booterstown which is killing seagrass

The decline of carbon-capturing seagrass, evidence of sea level rise caused by climate change, and major structural faults in coastal defences are amo(...)

Developer Pat Wigglesworth and conservationist Ian Lumley  at 3 Henrietta Street in Dublin. Photograph: Laura Hutton

I never thought I would live to see the day when we would be able to herald the arrival of a renaissance for Henrietta Street, in Dublin 1. But with t(...)

Joe McGowan: rare indeed for property developers to write memoirs. Photograph: Frank Miller

It is rare indeed for property developers to write memoirs, or leave anything on the public record. But that’s what Joe McGowan, of once-notorious bui(...)

One Building on Lower Grand Canal Street, Stripe’s European HQ, will be sold for nearly €50m to an international investor

The sale of the European headquarters of Stripe at the One Building on Dublin’s Lower Grand Canal Street has been agreed in an off-market transaction (...)

Opponents of the proposal said the developement would be ‘entirely inappropriate for Temple Bar’

Temple Bar residents have succeeded in blocking plans for four-storey student accommodation units in Temple Bar. The ruling by An Bord Pleanála uphol(...)

Former “Irish Times” journalist Frank McDonald with historian Catríona Crowe at the launch of his new book, “Truly Frank”, on Tuesday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A book by former Irish Times environment editor Frank McDonald was described as “a memoir not just of a fascinating life, but of a fascinating city” b(...)

File image from 2015 of Frank McDonald at Aldborough House, Dublin. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

“There is no use pretending that Frank McDonald is aiming at a judicial and dispassionate tone. He is not. He is in a rage,” said Maurice Craig of McD(...)

Frank McDonald and his husband, Eamon Slater, at the National Botanic Gardens on their wedding day, in 2016

Born in Dublin in 1950, Frank McDonald grew up in Cabra. A groundbreaking Irish journalist who wrote several books on Dublin’s built environment, he w(...)

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