Stephen Garvey, Glenveagh CEO. Glenveagh focuses on homes for first-time buyers and renters on sites around the State. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Dublin-listed house builder Glenveagh plans to spend €500 million building 3,000 new homes around the Republic, creating 1,000 jobs. One of several I(...)

David Owens with his piano on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

One of the greatest pleasures of Christmas shopping in Dublin city centre is the atmospheric sound of buskers. This festive season, however, will be v(...)

A Plan International study on young females in Ireland found that almost 50 per cent of girls aged between 12 and 19 found it difficult to pay for sanitary products

The recent passing of a Bill in the Scottish parliament to bring in the legal right to free access to sanitary products has brought sharp focus to the(...)

The states were reinstated outside the front of the Shelbourne Hotel overnight. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

The owners of the Shelbourne Hotel have reinstalled four statues that were removed in the mistaken belief two of them were representations of slave wo(...)

In pre-pandemic Dublin, up to 5,000 ‘entire homes’ were being short-let via Airbnb. File photograph: Getty

Airbnb derived its name from the notion of “home-sharing”, providing travellers prepared to rough it with an air mattress and perhaps even some coffee(...)

The Strand Road cycle route will come into operation in February for a six-month trial.

Sandymount village could be “absolutely destroyed” if a cycle path is built through it, a Dublin City Council meeting has heard. The council’s transp(...)

A mock-up of the proposed Strand Road cycle path. Image via Dublin City Council

Car restrictions, including traffic barriers, reduced parking, and one-way systems, are proposed for Dublin’s Sandymount village as mitigation measure(...)

Organisers have been told that despite a weekly food market in the square, and several Christmas market stalls in the city, their market has been classed an ‘event’, under Covid-19 rules. File photograph: The Irish Times

Plans for a Christmas market in Dublin’s Temple Bar have been thwarted, despite having the support of the Garda and city council. The market, selling (...)

Moore St. Dublin 1972

Last year, 76-year-old retiree Michael Foley uploaded a number of beautiful old photos of Moore Street fruit and veg traders and their customers to Fa(...)

An empty Temple Bar. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Restaurants and cafes in Temple Bar, Dublin, have been hit with an outdoor dining ban in the run-up to Christmas, despite being permitted to put table(...)

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