Targeted Investment Opportunities ICAV, bought the former Zanzibar building last year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A dispute alleged to be frustrating the multi-million-euro development of a 160-unit aparthotel on a site on Dublin’s north quays known as the Zanziba(...)

James Joyce House, at Ushers Island, which sold for over €100,000 above its guide price

A substantial Georgian house linked to James Joyce at Ushers Island along the Dublin city quays has been sold to a private investor for more than €650(...)

NTA chief executive Anne Graham said new signs would be installed advising cyclists to dismount at the Luas tracks at  the end of Dawson Street. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has scrapped proposals to ban cyclists from parts of Dublin city centre used by the new Luas cross city line. (...)

The buildings, two on Moore Street, one on Moore Lane and two on Henry Place, are scheduled for demolition to make way for the €1.25 billion Dublin Central shopping complex. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Five Moore Street buildings, believed to be associated with the 1916 Rising, have not been added to the Record of Protected Structures, despite Dublin(...)

The Luas Red Line Trials, Sandyford - St Stephen’s Green driver Alan Heffernan in Harcourt Street.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

With large stretches of the new Luas tracks available to public transport and private cars, a significant number of locations along the route will pro(...)

Broombridge, Cabra: Henry O’Brien, Dolores Ferris and John Coffey. Ferris says she has has witnessed “huge” changes to traffic levels  but is readying herself for a seismic shift. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

When Cabra residents wake up next Monday morning, many will be afraid to peer out their windows. The nightmare in this Dublin suburb is that their rel(...)

A group of more than 30 pensioners, living in dilapidated council-owned bedsits in Dublin, say they have lost hope of ever having decent homes. They (...)

South Dublin County Council said four long-term voids had been refurbished since last year along with 325 short-term voids.  Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe

The vast majority of social housing units brought back into use under a scheme to refurbish “boarded-up properties” were only empty for a short number(...)

Dublin’s new waste incinerator in Poolbeg is operating at full capacity, and processing approximately 1,800 tonnes of solid waste per day.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The operators of Dublin’s new waste incinerator in Poolbeg have said it is operating at full capacity, and processing approximately 1,800 tonnes of so(...)

Minister of State for the National Drugs Strategy Catherine Byrne has appointed a working group to look at “alternative approaches to the possession of drugs for personal use”. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Legislation to decriminalise drugs, including heroin, cocaine and cannabis, for personal use could be enacted in early 2019, Minister of State for the(...)

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