In Ringsend, Locals Resist a Proposed 15-Storey Development with No Social Housingby Laoise Neylon
“These plans could set a dangerous precedent for the development of the area and are likely to be replicated elsewhere,” says local resident Shay Connolly.
For Many Long-Term Undocumented Immigrants Unconditional Amnesty Continues to Remain an Unwavering Hopeby Shamim Malekmian
The Department of Justice says that in line with the programme for government it’s aiming to “create new pathways for long-term undocumented people and their dependents”.
Newest Proposal for St Teresa’s Gardens Involves Transferring Site to the Land Development Agencyby Laoise Neylon
Some councillors are excited about the potential for homes to be built quickly, but others worry that if they hand over the land to the LDA that some of it could be privatised.
Trial Run of Filtered Permeability Measures in Grangegorman Sees Mixed Response From Localsby Donal Corrigan
So far the installation of bollards and plant boxes, known as filtered permeability, at Grangegorman Lower has divided the opinions of locals in the community.
A New Bike Store Helps Former Drug Users Beat the Cycle of Addictionby Donal Corrigan
Next month, charity Frontline Make Change plans to open Frontline Bike, an upcycling bike shop aimed to bridge the gap between addiction recovery and employment.
Could Mobility-as-a-Service Come to Dublin?by Sean Finnan
A report published by Smart Dublin last November believes so – but implementing a unified digital platform for transport comes with complications.
Teresa: Lack of Migrant Representatives in Irish Politics Amounts to a Democratic Deficitby Teresa Buczkowska
As long as political parties are not willing to make room for migrants at the decision-making table, we can not talk about full democracy in Ireland.
Dean: Adam Garrett Serves His Pop-Funk Slow and Lowby Dean Van Nguyen
“Garrett’s voice is an interesting instrument. For sure he’s a smooth performer, but his singing conveys an unusual and expressive tension.”