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The Simon Community serving food and hot drinks to homeless people and rough sleepers on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin, 2017. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The cost of providing homeless services in Dublin is expected to reach €213 million next year, an increase of more than €150 million since the crisis (...)

Dublin city councillors gave a strong mandate to council management on Monday night to drop plans for private sector development of public lands. File image: iStock.

Dublin city councillors gave a strong mandate to council management on Monday night to drop plans for private sector development of public lands. The(...)

The ‘Nollaig Shona Duit’ Christmas lights are to return to Grafton St following controversy over their removal last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The “Nollaig Shona Duit” Christmas lights are to return to Grafton Street in Dublin following controversy over their removal last year. Dublin Town, (...)

Oliver Devlin, former chairman of Clonoe O’Rahillys GFC in Co Tyrone,  and committee members joined Proinsias Ó Rathaille (left) of the 1916 Relatives Alliance, at 40 Herbert Park in August to lay a wreath. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin City Council is to take legal action over the demolition of The O’Rahilly house earlier this week. The property at 40 Herbert Park, Ballsbrid(...)

The Local Property Tax is based on 2013 property values, and was due to be reassessed in 2016, but that process has been kicked down the road.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

While the coronavirus pandemic dealt a financial blow to all local authorities, it hit the coffers of Dublin City Council harder than most. The city (...)

The local property tax is by its design progressive – the more your house is worth, the more you pay. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Since the local property tax was introduced in 2013, councillors have had the power to raise or lower the rate by 15 per cent. Each year Dublin City C(...)

Local Property Tax (LPT) bills for Dublin city homeowners will not rise next year, despite pleas from city council management for an increase to help offset the ‘devastating’ financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Local Property Tax (LPT) bills for Dublin city homeowners will not rise next year, despite pleas from city council management for an increase to help(...)

The document outlines plans to ‘alter’ bus lane regulations ‘to facilitate banning of taxis from certain bus lanes either completely or for specific periods’ such as during rush hours. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Taxis would be banned from some of Dublin’s bus lanes under plans Dublin City Council has submitted to Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan for considera(...)

Gardaí are investigating allegations in relation to the improper use of veterinary drugs at Ashton Dog Pound in Ashtown, west Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A review into the operations of a Dublin dog pound has been initiated by Dublin City Council following concerns over animal welfare at the facility. (...)

Since March, hospital workers in Dublin city have been exempt from clamping when they use on-street parking in the vicinity of a hospital or health centre. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Hospital staff are to be offered low-cost parking facilities in Dublin city centre following the end of their clamping exemption at the end of this mo(...)

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