The entrance to Beggars Bush on Shelbourne Road. Image: Google Maps

Dublin City Council has said it provides a liaison service to a residential complex in which a man was found dead after five weeks alone in his(...)

A model of the Garden of Remembrance, in Dublin’s Parnell Square, showing the proposed ‘Journey of Light’ memorial to victims of institutional abuse in Ireland

Planning permission has been granted for a memorial to survivors of institutional abuse at Dublin’s Garden of(...)

A homeless women in one of the rooms in the Camden Hall hostel in Dublin.

Ireland’s largest homeless hostel, Camden Hall in Dublin, is to close less than a year after being taken over by the Peter McVerry Trust. (...)

The new Bridge linking Burgh Quay and Marlborough Street under construction over the River Liffey .Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Writers, a trade union activist, a former TD two scientists and a theatre are among the 17 individuals or entities shortlisted as potential nam(...)

A World War II Spitfire and a B-17 Flying Fortress will take to the skies above Dublin city as part of an international flypast. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A second World War Spitfire and a B-17 Flying Fortress will take to the skies above Dublin city as part of an international flypast. Mor(...)

From January 1st next year all statutory responsibilities for water services, together with all water and sewage infrastructure currently controlled by local authorities, will transfer to Irish Water.

Assistant city manager Séamus Lyons said it remained unclear which services would be transferred to the new utility and how local author(...)

New rules, approved by Dublin City Councillors this week, require all householders and businesses to have their waste collected by “an approved collector” or disposed of at a proper waste facility

Householders will have to prove how they dispose of their waste or face fines or court action under new bylaws.The new measures to tackle illeg(...)

Temple Bar Cultural Trust chief executive Dermot McLaughlin has been suspended pending an investigation of his role in offering three senior staff members redundancy packages, each worth €100,000 or more. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dermot McLaughlin, chief executive of Temple Bar Cultural Trust, has been suspended on full pay pending an investigation by its board of his ro(...)

THE flats complex at Crampton Buildings, Temple Bar, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The redevelopment of one of Dublin’s oldest purpose-built flat complexes is to begin this autumn, more than a year and a half (...)

The new contract will not involve any additional advertising and instead Dublin City Council will pay  JCDecaux €1.925 million a year for 10 years to run the service and maintain the bikes. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A €35 million deal to expand the Dublin bike scheme, with 950 new bicycles and 58 additional hire points, has been agreed between Dublin City C(...)

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