Publican Paul Clinton says the seating areas outside the pub are part of the legal licensed area, but are not beer gardens. “It’s furniture on the grounds.”
The Team Overseeing the City’s Traffic Lights Is at Less Than Half Strength
This time last year there were 12. Now there are five.
To Re-open Rathmines Concert Hall, Councillors Propose a Round of “Musical Buildings”
Rathmines College could get classroom space at the former TU Dublin conservatory across the street, freeing up the concert hall for use again, they say.
A Line-Up of Immigrant Comedians Pitches Ideas for Making Ireland Better
“The Irish government has tasked five immigrants with saving a country in ruins, this show is the result,” the show’s synopsis says.
Rosaleen: To Travellers, These Mobs Are Horribly Familiar
“Lack of consultation”, the “price of property” and “lack of resources” were all screamed at local politicians at the mere suggestion of a Traveller site in the area.
Council Plans to Add “Rainscapes” in Five Places in the City to Sop up Heavy Rainfall
It’s a pilot project to test things like swales, tree pits and porous paved surfaces to reduce flooding, as the climate changes.
Adult Education Tutors Gear Up for Protest in Dublin Demanding Better Pay and Conditions
It’s in response to lengthy delays by the Department of Further Education in bringing them an offer, after years of back and forth, organisers say.
Issue 83: By Marina Marinina
Moving from one temporary rental to another can seem like you are living in a ghost house, ready to disappear at any moment.
The Mysterious Case of the Track Marks, the Broken Neolithic Dolmen, and Its Missing Fence
In the Chapelizod area, the Knockmaree Dolmen, thought to be some 5,000 years old, was damaged earlier this month.
Council Briefs: Calls for Council to Publish Report on Construction Costs, and Setting New Rules for the Freedom of the City
These were two of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at their February monthly meeting on Monday.