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Author Archives: Donal Corrigan
Donal Corrigan is a city reporter for Dublin Inquirer. He covers transport, and the southside. To get in contact with him, you can email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
To Keep Storms from Overwhelming City’s Sewerage System, Pilot Project Asks Dubliners to Install “Rain Gardens”
“Each individual person can just build one, create a solution to this problem and also create a really nice environment for themselves at home.”
In Drumcondra, a Shop Holds a Trove of Old-School Cash Registers
Members of the Bolger family have been running Botanic Office Equipment since 1970. “It’s what you know,” says Padraic Bolger.
In the Inner-City, Young Men Have Kept Busy Making Films During the Pandemic
“If I didn’t have this to do, I don’t know what I’d do,” says actor Eric Byrne, who wants to star in action films like The Avengers.
Remembering Liberties Icon Paddy Alldritt
Known locally as Paddy Allright, he was one of Dublin’s last “tuggers”, lugging around fruit and vegetables and furniture by hand cart.
Hundreds of Businesses Waiting Years for Spots for Outdoor Stalls and Food Trucks
Should the next Dublin city development plan encourage more al-fresco selling and eating?
Council Briefs: The Future of Phoenix Park, the Arts After Covid, and a Raheny Clubhouse
In a flurry of council meetings this past week, councillors learnt about the possible future for Phoenix Park, and talked about resurrecting the city’s arts scene.
Phibsboro to Seek Solutions to Climate Change That Work for All
The scheme, called The People’s Transition, is being run from now until August. The first step is to listen to what people want.
In Malahide, Two Friends Raise a Vertical Farm
Farming is more efficient when you go upwards, says Jack Hussey, who works on the farm after he’s done with his day job.
To Clear Cycle and Bus Lanes, Council Might Try Fines
Clamping or towing cars, as is done now, is slow or can leave lanes blocked, said a council official last week.