In October 2014, Dublin City Council owned 25,825 social homes. By January 2019, that figure had fallen to 24,503.
The founders of the Carrot’s Tail plan to offer plant-based versions of comfort food like meatball subs and mac and cheese from a café next to the old fire station.
They’re asking Dubliners to pick up a free kit on Friday and go collect water samples – which they’ll analyse for pollutants and turn into sound.
Some say that important quick transport wins – ones that would make it safer to cycle, or cross the road – are sometimes held hostage to big-ticket, long-term projects.
Dublin City Council is looking at rezoning lands for up to 20,000 new homes. But how’s it going to stop the cost of the land – and so the housing – from shooting up?
For years the government’s been promising a scheme in which a third party would hold onto a tenant’s deposit until they moved out, rather than their landlord.
“This book is for those fascinated by the macabre, the grotesque or the noir, sprinkled with dark humour,” writes our reviewer.
This is actually the story of two men. One of them has his head in the clouds and the other has his feet planted firmly on the ground.