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24 Lennox Place, Portobello,Dublin 6

24 Lennox Place, Portobello, Dublin 8 Terraced two-bedroom redbrick in a sought-after city location. Asking: €325,000 Sold: €355,000 Difference: 9 pe(...)

 Cllr Michael O’Brien with Laura Penrose during a Yes canvass in Donaghmede. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Engagement on the Eighth Amendment referendum was varied on the doorsteps in two areas of north Dublin in the past week. There appeared to be a much g(...)

All new schools are due to open from 2019 to 2022. Photograph: David Sleator

More than 40 new schools with places for 20,000 pupils are due to be established over the next four years, mostly in the Greater Dublin Area, to keep (...)

O’Mahony emptied his pockets on request when the householder noticed his wife’s bag on the kitchen counter.

An “exceptionally” drunk burglar who fell asleep in the kitchen armchair of the house he was raiding has been jailed for two years. Dublin Circuit Cr(...)

 Coolock has a sprawling suburban feel. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Coolock, on Dublin’s northside, has had a number of building spurts, with the early 1970s producing one of Dublin’s most intriguingly named group of s(...)

Damien Dempsey: “People thought I was a joke act or a gimmick.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Damien Dempsey, the charismatic singer with a repertoire of striking, honest songs, is surprisingly shy. He’s warm and insightful whether discussing t(...)

 Damien Dempsey  in the Iveagh Gardens, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Damien Dempsey: Saturday, December 23rd, at Vicar St, Dublin, 7.30pm; €32.50 from ticketmaster.ie When Donaghmede’s Damien Dempsey first wandered int(...)

Kilbarrack Shopping Centre is one of three suburban Dublin shopping centres on sale for a total of €43m.

Three successful shopping centres in the Dublin suburbs of Dún Laoghaire, Donaghmede and Clondalkin are expected to attract considerable interest when(...)

Catherine Martin has expressed concerns about the number of people left “in a living nightmare” after purchasing homes that were poorly constructed during the property boom.

Dublin City Council has sought legal advice on what legislation it should use to tackle fire safety concerns around overcrowding in private rented res(...)

Chief fire officer: “Our buildings are much lower in height than anything you would have in the UK, so the risks are much lower anyway, but this is an opportunity to find out,”  Patrick Fleming said

Dublin’s chief fire officer, Patrick Fleming, has described the Grenfell Tower fire, which claimed the lives of at least 79 people in west London, as (...)

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