If sold, €15m from the sale of Tolka Park football stadium, pictured, would be used for the development of Dalymount stadium. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan wants to sell off more than €100 million worth of council-owned sites, instead of using the land for t(...)

The new development will sit near the James Joyce centre, second from left, on Dublin’s North Great George’s street. Photograph: Google

Two cultural and heritage organisations have become involved in a planning row over plans to convert a building in Dublin’s north inner city into a co(...)

Pat Crean, CEO of Marlet Property Group.  He sought to build a development of 14 mostly four-bedroom houses on the site of the former Highfield nursery in Rathgar. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Leading property developer Pat Crean has been refused planning permission for a small development of luxury homes in an upmarket Dublin suburb on a nu(...)

An e-scooter seen being used near Ballsbridge, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The electric scooter share service Lime has urged the Government to legalise e-scooters in the Republic but only for use on roads and cycle lanes, and(...)

In 2006, Dublin City Council considered reopening the College Street toilet facilities. The structure has since been demolished. File photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin City Council has failed to spend a penny of a €200,000 fund allocated by councillors more than a year ago to provide public toilets in the city(...)

Niall Wynn, owner of Proper Order Coffee Cafe Haymarket, Smithfield, Dublin with one of his compostable coffee cups. In November Minister for Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton launches a public consultation on levies on single-use coffee cups. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

JANUARY New Central Bank rules aimed at helping consumers save money on their mortgage repayments and making mortgage switching easier come into effe(...)

Documents filed by consultants acting for the Disney Store claimed homeless people sheltering in its doorway was an ‘improper use’ of the area. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Disney shop on Dublin’s Grafton Street is struggling to get approval for its controversial planning application to install security measures to pr(...)

The Clarence has had links with U2 since 1992. Photograph: Dave Meehan / The Irish Times

Planning permission has been granted for an extension to the Clarence Hotel in Dublin which will almost double the number of rooms at the four-star ho(...)

A traditional phone box in Stoneybatter, Dublin. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

The number of public payphones in the Republic of Ireland continues to drop, with just 456 left, compared with almost 4,000 a decade ago. Payphone us(...)

Merchant’s Quay homeless and drug service in Dublin’s city centre has been granted planning permission to open Ireland’s first facility for injecting (...)

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