A Risky Junction Is Unchanged a Year on From a Fatal Collisionby Donal Corrigan
“The same thing could happen again. There is absolutely no reason why it wouldn’t,” says James Larkin, who commutes by bike past the spot near the new children’s hospital building site.
A Podcast Tells the Story of a Group of Assassins in 19th-Century Dublinby Laoise Neylon
This is Ireland in 1881. Thirty-two years after the Famine ended, a time of insurrection and political violence.
A Busy Traffic Junction in Inchicore Is Reimaginedby Donal Corrigan
“Your ideas are very very good and I will definitely be looking at them more,” said Dublin City Council Senior Engineer Neil O’Donoghue to one local resident.
National Standards Don't Apply to Privately Run Homeless Hostels, Suggests Minister's Replyby Laoise Neylon
The quality standards for homeless services are comprehensive and say they apply to all state-funded hostels. But some TDs have dug a bit deeper.
What Should Be Done With a Vacant, Burnt-Out Factory in Santry?by Laoise Neylon
The Santry Whitehall Forum want the empty old Hanging Garment Factory refashioned into a community centre, given the many high-rises planned for the area.
An Artist Turns Computer Relics into Artworksby Donal Corrigan
Trevor Woods makes mixed media collages, melding pop culture references with computer paraphernalia such as floppy disks and keyboards.
Dean: Gemma Dunleavy Shows Love to Sheriff Streetby Dean Van Nguyen
“The video for ‘Up De Flats’ is a show of hometown pride in a corner of the city too often degraded and denigrated.”
Doireann: Expansion of Garda Powers to Fight Covid-19 Risks Our Democratic Valuesby Doireann Ansbro
“We all need to continue to follow public health guidance … But the government must encourage compliance by appealing to our sense of the common good not by threatening us with sticks and sanctions.”