On Dundrum Road, a Former Asylum Seeker and Her Children Face a Short-Notice Eviction from an Emergency Shelter
She had stayed in the shelter since she’d got her status because she couldn’t find another place to live. But she’s no longer welcome.
Fish in a Lime-Juice Marinade, Potato Croquettes, and Tamales Wrapped in Banana Leaves
The Chilli Pepper food trailer, which can be found at the weekly market on Merrion Square, brings Peruvian food to Dublin.
Shared Kitchens in Stoneybatter Hope to Help Small Food Businesses Grow Up
“It’s all very exciting, we have a courtyard outside where we will hopefully have some outdoor events, food events,” says the CEO…
Low and Slow, Smoking South African Boerewors at Spencer Dock
Chef Wiseman Mangaliso aims to bring the classic South African braai to Dublin, with a subtle twist.
A Revamp of Capel Street Promises Public Seating, Light Features, Trees, Planters and More
“The spirit of Capel Street is really old Dublin,” says architect Bernard Seymour. “It’s an old trading street and it still has this individual vibe.”
Plans for Enhancing Sandymount’s Flood Defences Delayed by Years
“People are worried,” says David Turner, chair of the Sandymount and Merrion Residents Association. “If you continue working on the design forever and never get started, the risk just increases.”
Most Plastic Packaging Ends Up Burned, Not Recycled
What’s being done to change that?
Council Briefs: Greening the North Inner-City, and Redeveloping Constitution Hill
These were two of the issues that Dublin city councillors discussed at a meeting of their Central Area Committee on Tuesday.
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On an Otter-Spotting Expedition along the Grand Canal, a Painter Discusses His Methods
“I just paint what catches my attention, and that is compelling to me, and that beg to be painted,” he says.