A computer-generated image of the planned new office development by Hibernia Reit at Harcourt Square in central Dublin

Dublin-listed property investment trust Hibernia Reit has received permission for an enlarged office scheme at the current Dublin regional Garda headq(...)

 Crowds attend the ‘standing down’ ceremony for the Haunting Soldier, in St Stephens Green, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

It was billed as the people’s farewell to the Haunting Soldier, the giant installation made of scrap metal which has galvanised many into remembrance (...)

A picture of a broken window at the Centra store in Stepaside after a robbery on Friday. Photograph: Shane Ross via Twitter

Gardaí in south Dublin are investigating a break-in at shop in Stepaside in the early hours of Friday. It is the third burglary of a shop in the area (...)

The former model school on Church Avenue in Glasnevin sold for €870,000.

A Dublin city-centre car park overlooking the Grand Canal, owned by the Office of Public Works (OPW), has sold for almost twice its guide price at auc(...)

‘Haunting Soldier’: Created in 2017 in Dorset, England, from bits of scrap metal, this monumental installation is temporarily located (as above) at St Stephen’s Green in Dublin. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

Few art works associated with the first World War are as impressive as the Haunting Soldier. Created in 2017 in Dorset, England, from bits of scrap m(...)

Illustration: Fuchsia MacAree

Capital Ideas is a series of 10 proposals on ways to improve Dublin city’s infrastructure, economy, services and the daily life of its citizens. Read (...)

Supporters  take part in a ‘Save the Iveagh Gardens’ in Dublin. Photograph:  Derek Speirs

The Iveagh Gardens lie hidden in plain sight at the very heart of Dublin, around the corner from St Stephen’s Green. Even in spring and summer, there (...)

The former Model School on Church Avenue in Glasnevin, Dublin 9, which  is adjacent to Bons Secours Hospital

Two high profile sites in prime residential locations in Dublin have been put on the market for auction next month. Both are currently owned by the O(...)

Maurice Buckley, chair of the Office of Public Works  confirmed Stepaside is expected to reopen next June. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

About €1.5 million will be spent on refurbishing Stepaside Garda station while five other stations will be allocated a maximum of €1 million between t(...)

Fianna Fáil’s Marc MacSharry  said a similar loss of money in the private sector would have led to disciplinary action.  Photograph:  Bryan James Brophy

The new headquarters for the Department of Health, which lay empty for 18 months at a cost of €11 million, was “in the round a very good deal” for the(...)

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