The O’Rahilly home was demolished at Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Orders for the reconstruction of the O’Rahilly house, which was demolished last week, might not be enforceable, Dublin City Council’s head of planning(...)

The O’Rahilly home was demolished at Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The immediate reconstruction of The O’Rahilly house, which was demolished one week ago, has been ordered by Dublin city councillors. Councillors on M(...)

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 O’Rahilly home was demolished. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin City Council planners advised An Bord Pleanála this year to grant permission to builders to demolish the Herbert Park home of 1916 Rising leade(...)

Proinsias Ó Rathaille, grandson of The O’Rahilly, outside the  vandalised house of The O’Rahilly on Herbert Park, Ballsbridge. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin City Council has advised An Bord Pleanála to grant permission for the demolition of “The O’Rahilly” house in Ballsbridge and its replacement wi(...)

Proinsias Ó Rathaille, grandson of The O’Rahilly, outside the badly vandalised house of The O’Rahilly at Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin, on Wednesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Ballsbridge home of 1916 Rising leader The O’Rahilly must be “immediately secured” following damaging vandalism in recent days, his grandson has s(...)

A  Defence Forces piper accompanies  a wreath-laying ceremony at Moore Street, Dublin, Easter Monday, 2016. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Moore Street, in the shadow of the GPO - the scene of tumult and tragedy in Easter Week 1916, and now a scene of confrontation once again. On Easter(...)

Members of the Save 16 Moore Street campaign Eamonn Ceant, Paddy Cooney, Helen Litton, Proinsias Ó Rathaille, Colm Moore, James Connolly Heron on 16 Moore Street following the announcement that the High Court has declared that the area the street, should be declared a national monument. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

A “fitting” judgment, delivered on the eve of the centenary of the 1916 Rising, meant the last extant battlefield would not be subject to the wreckin(...)

Spokesman for the Save Moore Street group Damien Farrell.

Buildings at the centre of a protest in Dublin were in ruins prior to the 1916 Easter Rising and “are not historically significant,” the Department o(...)