With Sea Levels Set to Rise, Should the Council Allow New Homes and Offices Along the Coast?by Laoise Neylon
Dublin City Council is in the midst of writing its new development plan, for 2022–2028, which will include what kind of building should be allowed where.
In the North Inner-City, a Woman Pushes for Frank Discussions of Racism and Discriminationby Donal Corrigan
Tatiana Dos Santos has plans to try to bring communities together, one conversation, or event, at a time.
Hoping to Bring Afghan Family Members Here to Safety, One Man Anxiously Waits to See If New Government Scheme Will Allow Itby Shamim Malekmian
The scheme is expected to allow him to choose four relatives, who meet certain criteria, and apply to bring them over.
Council Briefs: A New Clubhouse for Raheny Shamrock Athletic, and a Revamp for the Coolock Swimming Poolby Laoise Neylon
These were two of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at recent meetings.
The Working-Class Writing Archive Is Seeking More Materialby Claudia Dalby
“Did your granda write poems?” and “Did your granny write stories?” the project is asking.
Dean: M(h)aol’s Feminist Punk Is a Jolt to the Establishmentby Dean Van Nguyen
“It’s a savagely loud and airtight set of post-punk songs, the most exciting release from an Irish guitar band I’ve heard in a while.”
Will You Draw Your Dublin Neighbourhood for Us?by Lois Kapila
This online tool lets you map your area’s boundaries, save your version, and see what others have drawn for the same area.