Richard Guiney

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Matt Waine: said We Won’t Pay the Water Tax – Dublin 15 had distributed some 26,000 leaflets about the protests. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Tens of thousands of protesters are expected to take part in marches across Dublin today, with protests planned in dozens of locations throughout the(...)

New legislation in February 2011 made aggressive begging an offence liable for prosecution

Tourists dining “al fresco”are being harassed by aggressive beggars, the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) has said.The association has support(...)

Flower sellers beside the Spire, on O’Connell Street, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times.

Anti-social behaviour orders (Asbos) must be enforced to take drug-dealers and persistent beggars off Dublin streets, the chief executive of a city bu(...)

The Molly Malone statue this morning. Photograph: Erin McGuire

The statue of Molly Malone in Dublin has been defaced less than a week after its unveiling at a new location in front of the Saint Andrew’s Church tou(...)

Garda Superintendent Seán Ward of Store Street station and Dublin City Business Improvement District chief executive, Richard Guiney leaving court yesterday after giving evidence

TOM TUITEThe anti-social behaviour problem on Dublin’s O’Connell Street is “out of control” while a “fear factor” is damaging business and putting peo(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said Carraig Donn was great example of how an indigenous business can succeed and thrive in the highly competitive retail market.

Carraig Donn is to create 100 new jobs over the next two years through the continued expansion of its retail chain and knitwear manufacturing plant i(...)

Lord Mayor of Dublin Cllr Oisin Quinn, pictured with Richard Guiney of, switched on the lights of the Christmas tree in O’Connell St. last nightPhotograph: Dave Meehan

Although there’s still a month to go to the big day, it’s officially Christmas in the capital following the switching on of the Christmas tree ligh(...)

Police armed with clubs charge strikers during the transportation strike in Dublin in 1913. Photograph:  Photo12/UIG/Getty Images

Dublin businesses have called for the reversal of Government plans to shut down one of the city’s main shopping streets for a commemoration day.The Du(...)

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