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.
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New Book on Life in a Dublin Social-Housing Estate Looks Beyond Narrative of Deprivation
“People have much richer lives, and they’re much more textured, and deep and emotional, and full of care, and struggles and heartbreak,” author John Bissett says.
Mega-Marathon Job-Application Processes Have Been on the Rise at Dublin Tech Firms
More and more employers are asking job seekers to do hefty assignments as part of their applications, says Laura Bambrick, of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions.
We’re Looking for People in the Rotunda and North City Areas to Tell Us What You Want from Your Local Media
We hope you’ll tell us, through focus groups and surveys in the coming weeks. And then we’ll try to work together with you to do it.
Council Briefs: Bartra Applies to Build Homes on an Industrial Estate, and More
“I believe this application is the definition of developer-led planning,” said Fine Gael Councillor Ray McAdam, at a meeting of the Central Area Committee on 22 July.
A Poem, Co-Written by Young Men, Reveals What Shapes Their Lives
It’s part of a wider projected called “What Does He Need?” which is trying to create a public conversation about the current state of masculinity.
Ballsbridge Swimming Pool Announces It Won’t Reopen
“Covid-19 pandemic, restrictions and related costs” have hurt viability, said the board in a statement. Councillors have called for it to be brought into public ownership.
Council Briefs: North Great George’s Street Gets Protected and the Geography of Arts Funding
New developments in the area around North Great George’s Street must now fit with the character of the neighbourhood, says a report to councillors.
In Labre Park, the Promise of a Permanent Home May Be Taken Away for Some
The redevelopment was supposed to add 26 new homes for Travellers on the site. Now, due to a flooding risk that some councillors contest, only half of the homes will be delivered.
Council Briefs: On Rent Arrears, Inviting More Diversity and Councillors Working from Home
A little more than €36.6 million is owed to Dublin City Council in social housing rent arrears, says a recent report to the council’s finance committee.