The former Anglo Irish Bank building on St Stephen’s Green

The former Anglo Irish Bank building on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin is to be brought back into service, but not as a bank.Dublin City Council has grant(...)

The Granby Park project site at Dominick Street, Dublin.   Photographs: Brenda Fitzsimons

I am standing on some waste ground on Lower Dominick Street with Sam Bishop and Aaron Copeland from the Upstart Collective. They are helping me to env(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Landlord John Meagher has agreed before the Commercial Court to surrender his passport in a legal dispute with a bank pursuing him for some €7 million(...)

The Ilac Centre car park is being leased to a private operator for five years in a move which Dublin City Council hopes will increase its own income. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh.

One of Dublin city centre’s largest car-parks, the Ilac Centre car-park, is being leased to a private operator for five years in a move which Dublin C(...)

The former HMV on Grafton Street is to house fashion retailer Massimo Dutti, whose elegant and classic designs are for daily and formal wear.

Dublin’s Grafton Street is to get a boost with the decision by the world’s biggest clothing group, Spain’s Inditex, to open a Massimo Dutti store in t(...)

Report  found that almost a quarter of the 34 local authorities were not using development levies for the purpose intended

City and county councils are failing to charge interest on unpaid levies owed by property developers, according to a Government audit of the scheme.Pr(...)

Defects identified at Belmayne estate 16 months ago. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Work to fix fire safety problems in a north Dublin housing estate has yet to be completed, more than 16 months after the defects were identified.More (...)

14/1/2012. - NEWS - The rainscreen “umbrellas” in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar.  Dublin City Council  is to  conduct  an  audit  of the project. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The board of Temple Bar Cultural Trust has asked Dublin City Council to carry out an audit of a €2.3 million rainscreen project for Meeting House Squa(...)

One of the Labour pledges is to “unlock Dublin’s tourism potential”. Photograph: Thinkstock

Labour has more councillors in Dublin than any other party. When its representation on the four local authorities is totted up, Labour politicians acc(...)

Councillors to vote over proposals for charity shops on Grafton Street. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Charities will learn tonight whether they are to be banned from opening shops that fund their work on Dublin’s Grafton Street.Dublin city councillors (...)

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