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Lord Mayor of Dublin Alison Gilliland laid a wreath at the Mansion House with Brian O’Neill, the chairman of the 1916 Relatives Association. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

On July 9th, 1921 an announcement came from the Mansion House that a Truce had been agreed between the British and Irish in the War of Independence. (...)

The Plough Pub, on the corner of Marlborough Street and Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, had been a popular meeting spot for theatregoers, but closed more than a decade ago. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dublin city councillors have approved the sale of the historic Plough Pub opposite the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, for €550,000, representing a loss to (...)

 German ambassador Deike Potzel places a wreath in memory of the 28 victims of the North Strand bombings in 1941 as  May Dunne, Gladys Langan and Seamus Stephenson, who were witnesses to the tragedy, look on.  Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Wreaths were laid in north inner city Dublin on Monday during a ceremony to mark the 80th anniversary of the North Strand bombings, which killed 28 pe(...)

The Plough Pub, on the corner of Marlborough Street and Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, had been a popular meeting spot for theatre goers, but closed more than a decade ago. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Plans to sell the historic Plough Pub opposite the Abbey Theatre in Dublin for €550,000 have been blocked by Dublin city councillors. The council wan(...)

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. (...)

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Dublin’s inner city could soon become a ghost town – or reoccupied as a living public space The pandemic is a harsh searchlight. It doesn’t just(...)

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(...)

The proposed scheme would be built in four blocks on two separate sites on Mary’s Lane and Halston Street in Dublin’s markets area west of Capel Street

A 506-bed co-living development with a tower almost 50m tall – more than twice the Dublin City Council permitted height – has been proposed for a site(...)

Ann’s Bakery, the last remaining café on Dublin’s Moore Street. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Plans to convert the last remaining cafe on Dublin’s Moore Street into a betting office have been refused by Dublin City Council. Bookmakers Lad(...)

The National Handball Centre in Ballybough, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

A €15.5 million international-standard handball centre at Croke Park has been handed over to the local community, marking the end of a 30-year dispute(...)

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