The North Inner-City now boasts an Uyghur restaurant
Skewers with a spicy bean jelly. Salty milk tea. The range is part of the draw, says Afanti co-owner Eleanor Halmurat.
Councillors call for tables and umbrellas on the city’s streets to be free from alcohol branding
It can look cheap and tacky, make life harder for people trying not to drink, and advertise drinking to children, critics say.
The allure of wobbly Japanese cheesecake
From their shop Traditional Asian Cake in the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Stephen and Vivian Goh sell their own special version of…
Have your say on Dublin City Council’s draft food strategy
It aims to tackle inequalities in access to healthy and affordable food, while also addressing impacts of climate change on the city’s…
New board focused on tackling issues in Cherry Orchard needs more local knowledge, councillors say
But its chair, Brendan Foster, says the board already has members who know Cherry Orchard and its needs well.
In Finglas, a new fence to keep anti-social behaviour out also keeps residents penned in
At the request of some residents, the council recently installed yet another fence in Finglas South, this one blocking a shortcut to the park and a bus stop.
While cracking down on some residents who put bike storage in their front gardens, the council installed its own
The Department of Housing says it has no plans to change the law to cut the paperwork required for residents to install front-garden bike storage.
As the Dublin embassies of some European countries outsource Schengen visa services, non-EU immigrants find travelling there harder
The services are now more expensive, and the companies managing them are less flexible and harder to contact than the embassies were, would-be travellers say.
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In the south inner-city, unauthorised sculptures of a cat and a rat stare each other down
First came the rat. Then, “A lad who lives around the corner had a cat, and it was his pride and joy, and it was suggested he do a cat.”