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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(...)

The council had planned to cover the cost of the project by selling smaller depot sites.

Dublin city councillors have approved €34 million in borrowing to fund the construction of a facility in Ballymun for outdoor staff and equipment, fol(...)

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin city councillors will on Monday night be asked to approve €34 million in borrowing to fund the construction of facility in Ballymun for outdoor(...)

It is understood the measures will remain in place for at least 12 to 18 months, with some likely to be retained on a permanent basis. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Dublin’s College Green is set to be pedestrianised – and cars restricted throughout the city – under plans to reopen the city centre as Covid-19 restr(...)

A van parked in an area allocated for pedestrians on Dorset Street. Photograph: Olivia Kelly

Dublin motorists are continuing to park in spaces reallocated to pedestrians to enable physical distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, it has eme(...)

 One of the measures announced is the implementation of “emergency Covid-19 social distancing measures” in Ranelagh, Rathmines, Stoneybatter, Dorset Street and Capel Street from Monday, April 20th. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

Dublin City Council will carry out works in areas across the city next week, in order to give more space to pedestrians and enable social distancing d(...)

Gardaí are investigating the payment of money to criminals extorting building contractors on a Dublin City Council (offices pictured) housing scheme

A Garda investigation into payments to criminals extorting building contractors on a Dublin City Council housing scheme is examining what, if anything(...)

A nearly deserted Grafton Street amid movement restrictions due to coronavirus. Photograph: Alan Betson

Rates paid to Dublin City Council have plummeted €20 million due to the decline in business during the coronavirus pandemic. Figures from the council(...)

Goalposts lie on the turf at Hackney Marshes in London after Friday’s announcement that the Premier League has suspended all matches until Saturday April 4th, 2020. Photograph: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Children would still use “jumpers for goalposts” even if sports infrastructure was removed from public parks due to coronavirus restrictions, Dublin C(...)

A quiet Grafton Street  in Dublins city centre at the weekend.Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Dublin businesses who cannot meet their rates bills amid the coronavirus crisis will be dealt with “sympathetically”, Dublin City Council has said. T(...)

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