Loughshinny

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People bathe at the public baths at Dún Laoghaire, circa 1925. Photograph: Dillon Family/National Library of Ireland Flickr Commons

“May I draw attention to the urgent need for better bathing places for ladies near Dublin, and particularly at Dalkey?” Nearly 100 years has passed si(...)

William Dunlop was  practising for the Skerries 100 road race when he crashed on Saturday.

The Skerries 100 motorcycle road race has taken place in tribute to racer William Dunlop, who died during a practice run for the Dublin event on Satur(...)

A sunny day at the seaside should be a positive experience for parents and young children. It is particularly significant in Dublin, where tens of tho(...)

With five locations in Dublin failing to meet minimum standards –  Portrane, Rush South, Loughshinny, Merrion Strand and Sandymount Strand (above) – Dublin’s bathing waters were worse than in 2016. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin is being promoted on the basis of its “wonderful natural environment”, but the reality is raw sewage continues to be discharged into many bathi(...)

Sandymount Strand joined the EPA’s “poor” list after being classified of “sufficient” quality in 2015 and 2016. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Nearly three-quarters of monitored Irish bathing waters are of “excellent” standard but there is evidence of deterioration in coastal areas around Dub(...)

In south Dublin, Merrion and Sandymount Strands failed failed to meet EU water quality standards due to polluted surface waters, drainage “misconnections” and bird fouling. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A marked deterioration in water quality at beaches in the Dublin region is outlined in the latest Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) bathing water(...)

Minister Jim Daly and Bartra Capital Property’s Richard Barrett “turn the sod” to mark the start of development at the Loughshinny Nursing Home site. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennell Photography

Dublin-based Bartra Capital Property Group has acquired a third site for the purpose of building a nursing home, it said on Thursday. Led by former (...)

St George’s Church: sold to Bartra Capital Property for about €3m

Bartra Capital Property, the property company founded by Richard Barrett, has purchased the newly restored St George’s Church on Temple Street on Dubl(...)

The EPA says waste water is one of the main threats to water quality in Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

Waste-water treatment facilities in 50 of Ireland’s 185 large towns and cities fail to comply with EU standards, according to the latest Environmental(...)

Notices against bathing have been issued for Loughshinny (above) and Rush South beaches in the wake of heavy rainfall in parts of the country. File photograph: Google Street View

Notices against bathing have been issued for Loughshinny and Rush South beaches in the wake of heavy rainfall in parts of the country. Do Not Swim n(...)

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