Owen Keegan

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Festival of football at George’s Dock, Dublin. The dock is to be converted into an international standard  white-water rapids rafting circuit and polo pool. File photograph: Eric Luke

Canoeing Ireland has said it was “delighted” plans for an international standard white-water rapids rafting circuit and polo pool at George’s Dock wer(...)

From an elected representative’s point of view on LPT, however, there is a limited number of businesspeople to offend but a great number of homeowners. File photograph: Frank Miller

Returning more than one-quarter of all Dáil TDs, Dublin voters will decide the broad composition of the next government. That powerful position is evi(...)

Independent councillors claim a vote to facilitate the regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens in Dublin 7 never took place. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times.

Dublin businesses face a rates increase of 5 per cent in 2020, one of the largest rates hikes ever imposed by the city council, if the Government does(...)

Avalon House hostel on the corner of Aungier Street is to be turned into a homeless hostel for single men. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

About 100 people attended a public meeting in Dublin city centre on Wednesday at which the vast majority opposed the opening of what would be the Stat(...)

Cllr Alison Gilliland,  Minister of State for Housing Damien English,  Peter McVerry Trust’s Pat Doyle and  Cllr Michael Watters turn the sod for homes on New Street South.   Photograph: Tom Honan

The Government has agreed to talks with Dublin City Council to solve the impasse over funding to run the city in 2020, Minister of State for Housing D(...)

Dublin city councillors approved by 39 votes to 18 a plan which would see more than 800 new homes on the O’Devaney Gardens site. Photograph: Tom Honan

A plan to buy additional homes in O’Devaney Gardens for affordable rental housing will “not compromise” the regeneration deal with developer Bartra, L(...)

The new branding has proved unpopular with hundreds of social media users and other city business groups. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan will be urged on Monday to press for the removal of the new “Grafton Quarter” Christmas lights sign on(...)

 Christmas lights  turned on in Dublin’s  Grafton Street earleir this week. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The business organisation responsible for installing Christmas lights in Dublin city is coming under increasing pressure to remove a new sign welcomin(...)

The Rotunda Hospital has “toned down” the original plans for development at Parnell Square. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Rotunda Hospital has drawn up revised plans for the development of a four-storey block on Dublin’s Parnell Square to ease overcrowding at the hist(...)

The Government is looking at several options in relation to improving night-time culture in towns and cities. Photograph: Getty Images

Night-time venues in cities and towns around the country could be permitted to stay open later under changes to licensing laws to be considered early (...)

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