This documentary observes what it says is a small but growing global pro-nuclear movement that advocates argue could help mitigate the climate crisis.
A Review of the Council’s Traveller Accommodation Programme Found No New Homes Underway
The council planned to build 54 new Traveller-specific homes since its current programme kicked off in 2019. So far, it hasn’t broken ground on any.
In Darndale, Locals Point to Ways to Make Village Centre More Accessible for Older People
In the area around the centre, the number of people over 65 years of age has increased significantly, according to the most recent CSO data available. There are ways the centre could be more accessible for older people, locals say.
As PhD Students Form a New Union, Its Members from Outside the EU Hope for a Fairer Future
Jovan Jeromela and Alok Debnath say they didn’t understand the extent of the inequality in the Irish system before they came, thinking it was similar to other EU countries.
Residents Push Back at Proposal to Knock Liberties Buildings for an Aparthotel
A developer has applied for planning permission to demolish two houses and a mews and build a five-storey aparthotel on the corner of Mark’s Alley West.
Often Seen in the 1960s as a Wife and Mother First, a New Exhibition Aims to Let Her Shine as an Artist
“Do art and housekeeping mix?” a 1963 article on Marianne Ågren-McElroy mused. “Some people would say that they don’t – especially long-suffering husbands.”
Landlords and Tenants Ignore RTB Rulings Too Often, Board Members Worry
The issue of determination orders being ignored “could undermine the credibility of the board”, say the minutes of an RTB board meeting in 2021.
Road Safety Authority Rebuffs Invite from Chair of Council’s Transport Committee
Councillors had wanted to talk, among other things, about progress on sharing key data that they say the council needs to make roads safer.
Council Misses Self-Imposed Deadlines to Tackle Massive Illegal Dump in Darndale
Dublin City Council first said it would erect CCTV last November, then it said early January.
He Thought He’d Done Everything Right to Bring His Pregnant Wife to Join Him in Ireland
Research shows requirements making it more difficult for migrants to bring family members to join them impede integration.