In a Hostel on Ellis Quay, Homeless People Share Rooms With No Windowsby Laoise Neylon
Meanwhile, at least six other homeless hostels in the city have no valid fire-safety certificates, once again prompting questions about standards and safety.
A Wexford Street Photo Shop Survives 50 Yearsby Claudia Dalby
John Gunn misses the conversations with customers, he says. Those are why, in normal times, he still mans the counter, 26 years after he was meant to retire.
Dublin's New Street Lights Save on Energy But Add Some Glareby Claudia Dalby
Dimmers or shades or tweaking the angle could help, say some residents.
How is the Council Making Sure Kids Have a Voice in City Planning?by Claudia Dalby
Work being done to hear more from children is great and needs to be built on, say some councillors and academics.
Immigrant Couples Seeking Right to Family Face a Long Wait, With Consequencesby Shamim Malekmian
Hundreds of what are known as “EU treaty rights” applications are taking longer to process than the six months laid out in law.
An Artist Explores the Intersection of Death and Techby Laoise Neylon
Visual artist Tamsin Snow spent 12 hours once drawing dissected human body parts. She hasn’t looked back.
Data Shows a Shift Towards More Private Homeless Hostelsby Laoise Neylon
Before 2018, the number of both private and charity-run beds grew. Since 2018, the trend has been different.
Kathleen and Cian: We Need to Change How We Think About Urban Vacancyby Kathleen Stokes and Cian O'Callaghan
There have been government interventions. But work on vacant homes has been muddled because vacancy is far more complicated than our current understanding captures.
Dean: On Nixer’s Homemade New Waveby Dean Van Nguyen
Seán Keenan and Gearóid Peggs – buddies “separated by sea, producing remotely from Dublin and London” – have spent the longest year recording nostalgic tunes.