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When it emptied our cities, Covid-19 gave us a chance to push reset. It allowed people to really see the space, rather than the people and cars cro(...)

A mock-up of Bartra’s proposed co-living development on the Old Navan Road, Dublin.

Permission for developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital to build a 200-bedroom co-living apartment block in Castleknock, Dublin 15, has been quashed(...)

Fegan’s 1924 Cafe is on  Chancery Street, a short walk from the Four Courts. Photograph: Google Street View

A cafe located behind Dublin’s Four Courts has been operating a sit-in service for almost three weeks ahead of the permitted reopening of cafes and re(...)

The exterior of 422 North Circular Road, playwright Seán O’Casey’s last residence. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The purchase of the last Dublin home of playwright Sean O’Casey by Dublin City Council is unlikely to go ahead, due to Coronavirus funding constraints(...)

Demolition under way on Ballymun shopping centre earlier this month. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Work to raze the old Ballymun shopping centre, which has for years blocked completion of the regeneration of the north Dublin suburb, has begun more t(...)

Fewer people on the streets and increased illegal dumping have encouraged more rats into the open. Photograph: iStock

A “large increase” in rats leaving the sewers and infesting city streets and suburbs has emerged during the coronavirus pandemic as pest control teams(...)

The Oliver St John Gogarty in Temple Bar, Dublin. Until now the use of public space by cafes, restaurants, pubs and other businesses has been highly regulated by Dublin City Council. File photograph: Getty

Dublin businesses have been invited by Dublin City Council to apply for permission to put tables and chairs outside their premises, despite safety con(...)

The playground in the Peoples Park, Dun Laoghaire. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

Playgrounds in Dublin city will reopen by the end of this week, but without any council supervision or cleansing regime, Dublin City Council chief exe(...)

The Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies at 10 Burlington Road, above, and 24 St Stephen’s Green  are two of the youngest buildings in Dublin to secure preservation status. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Two 1970s buildings, one of which required the demolition of a Regency house on St Stephen’s Green for its construction, have been added to Dublin cit(...)

James Farrell (left) and Brian Kiernan working a night shift to help keep the city centre litter-free. Photograph by Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

While the city sleeps, street cleaners, bakers, postal workers, gardaí and market traders go about their business and marvel at the chang(...)

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