Council issues planning enforcement notice for Tailor’s Hall, a protected structure and An Taisce’s headquarters
A company running the Tailor’s Hall Tavern out of the 300-year-old building has transformed an outdoor area by adding seating, lighting and more.
Last year, her knitting group had a code on WhatsApp, says Ailish Scanlon: a hand emoji if you’d be at the next…
“It could be as small as a herb garden on a lamppost, on the base of a tree, or on the corner…
The cake is brown, with cheese frosting between the layers, sweetened with honey. It’s also infamous for how long it takes to…
Dublin City Council is now assessing 4,000 trees and will cut down any that pose a danger, says Fergus O’Carroll, a parks superintendent.
The woman, who was punched, said Friday she is sleeping on the streets now, and hasn’t been consulted about any investigation into the incident.
“If I lose this place there is nowhere else to go,” says Patrycja Pawlak. “It’s so worrying.”
Would getting rid of Gardai’s role in registering immigration statuses get rid of one point of friction with immigrants?
The Department of Justice has a plan to transfer the task from the Gardaí to a civilian Immigration Service Delivery team – but hasn’t done it yet.
Councillors question details of new bike bunkers effort, lateness of new road-safety strategy, and name of Ballyfermot housing project
These were some of the issues discussed at a recent meeting of Dublin City Council’s transport committee, and on the agenda of its South Central Area Committee.
“I’m telling you in the past five years the staff in these hostels have totally changed,” says Mairead, the woman who was assaulted.
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“Life goals can be difficult to obtain when work comes and goes, payments are late and you find yourself having trouble paying your rent.”
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“I took this photo at around 9.30am on a Sunday morning walk with my one-year-old son.”
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Each month we run a competition to choose a great photo of Dublin to publish. Here’s are the rules and how to submit your photo, if you’d like.
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