Some Worry That More Takeaways Means More Single-Use Food Packagingby Nicky Daly
For some restaurants, the rise in takeaway services due to Covid-19 restrictions has meant more plastic bags and containers, unravelling efforts at sustainable practices.
What You’ve Said So Far About the Extra Coverage You’d Like From Usby Lois Kapila
We’re halfway through our two-week push to ask readers what they’d like us to spend more time reporting on going forward. There’s still time to weigh in.
Disability Advocates Have Not Been Properly Consulted on City Transport Changes, Some Sayby Donal Corrigan
The council and the NTA are planning more changes to footpaths and roads across the city to help people to get where they are going while observing social distancing.
On Burlington Road, Councillors Opt to Protect a Modernist Masterpieceby Zuzia Whelan
Occupied by the School of Theoretical Physics at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, the building will join the Record of Protected Structures.
Across the City, Libraries Pop Up to Keep Dubliners Reading Through the Lockdownby Zuzia Whelan
As Covid restrictions continue, and charity shops remain closed, makeshift book exchanges on footpaths and in parks offer some literary give and take.
A New Irish Video Game Explores Themes of Queerness and Identityby Niall O'Donoghue
Llaura McGee considers her work to cross the boundaries between different art forms, like cinema and literature.
Dean: Pat Lagoon and Luthorist Crank Things Up a Notchby Dean Van Nguyen
What links both releases is that they are statements from two young virtuosos determined to show and prove; turn up and throw down, writes Dean Van Nguyen.
Council Briefs: Newmarket Apartments Plan, Merrion Strand Swimming Ban, and Moreby Donal Corrigan and Stephanie Costello
In Newmarket, a developer has sought permission for 413 build-to-rent apartments, councillors discuss a proposed cycling and walking bridge, and Merrion Strand fails another water test.