The Phoenix Park Transport and Mobility Options report contains a plan to see a bus service introduced to the park for the first time. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Major curbs on traffic are set to be introduced in Dublin’s Phoenix Park - including road closures, entry restrictions, and speed limit reductions - u(...)

Deer in the Phoenix Park. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has rejected a petition from a Green Party councillor for improved lighting in Dublin’s Phoenix Park, a move that it (...)

Deer in Dublin’s Phoenix Park. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The public has been warned not to feed or take “selfies” with Dublin’s Phoenix Park deer this Christmas to prevent malnourishment and stress among the(...)

Block R, Spencer Dock, comprises a total area of 128,229sq ft

The Central Bank of Ireland will be hoping to capitalise on the as yet undimmed appetite amongst international investors for opportunities in Dublin’s(...)

The OPW said it has received a request from the Garda to close side gates for the next five weekends, in support of restraints which prohibit non-essential travel beyond 5km. File photograph: PA

The perimeter gates of Dublin’s Phoenix Park will be shut for the remainder of Level 5 coronavirus restrictions but only at weekends, according to the(...)

Hawkins House: An Bord Pleanála granted permission to the Office of Public Works three years ago for its demolition, and its replacement with an office complex. Photograph:  Bryan O Brien/ The Irish Times

Demolition of Hawkins House, the former Department of Health headquarters in Dublin city centre, has finally started three years after it was approved(...)

Deer eating rubbish from an overflowing bin in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. Photograph: Office of Public Works

Picnickers enjoying sunny weather during the lockdown are being blamed for a more than 50 per cent spike in the amount of rubbish dumped in Dublin’s P(...)

Some of the country’s most scenic locations have attracted illegal dumping. File photograph: The Irish Times

A Government campaign to stop Ireland’s beauty spots becoming litter “hot spots” is under way in response to the surge in illegal dumping during the c(...)

Plans to create safe, segregated routes have long been  mired in endless years of consultation, revisions and stalemate. Photograph: Alan Betson

For decades cyclists have been begging for safer road infrastructure in towns and cities. All they got, largely, was a splash of white paint, which is(...)

The pedestrianisation of New Street in Malahide is currently midway through a 10-week trial. Photograph: Orla Murray

If there is any silver lining for Dublin to the health and economic disaster of the coronavirus pandemic, it has to be the emergence of measures to im(...)

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