A council spokesperson said the council will monitor the use of the toilets, and base future decisions on the information they collect.
Author Archives: Zuzia Whelan
Zuzia Whelan is a city reporter for Dublin Inquirer.
As Ireland Rebuilds Post-Lockdown, Artists With Disabilities Fear They May Be Left Behind
Members of DoubleTAKE Supported Art Studio are finding it difficult to continue their work, in light of Covid-19, without meeting physically.
For Dublin’s Artists, Life Under Lockdown Presents More Uncertainty
“The commitment to art and culture just isn’t there. They’re going to be left quoting Yeats for a long time if they don’t let us make art,” says actor Matthew Malone.
On Burlington Road, Councillors Opt to Protect a Modernist Masterpiece
Occupied by the School of Theoretical Physics at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, the building will join the Record of Protected Structures.
Across the City, Libraries Pop Up to Keep Dubliners Reading Through the Lockdown
As Covid restrictions continue, and charity shops remain closed, makeshift book exchanges on footpaths and in parks offer some literary give and take.
In Blackpitts, Designs for New Mosque Blend Dublin Victoriana and Mughal Architecture
“There’s not an indigenous Dublin architecture and then other architecture that doesn’t belong,” says architect Dominic Stevens.
Should There Be a System for Tracking Ireland’s Antiques When They Leave?
There’s an export-licensing system for certain artworks and cultural objects already, and some say this should be extended to antique furniture too.
Should Cars Be Restricted from Going Through Rathmines?
Some cyclists say if prioritising buses, bikes, and those on foot is the aim, this should be on the table.
Council Removes Bins in Milltown Because People Were Putting Too Much Dog Poo in Them
Dublin City Council has removed rubbish bins from Dartry and Orwell parks, because they were often used to dispose of dog poo, and the parks department doesn’t deal with that – waste management does.
Council Briefs: Luke Kelly Statues, New Bridges, and Changes at Wilton Terrace
At a recent meeting, councillors talked about plans for installing a pair of Luke Kelly statues and a pair of bridges, as well as local residents’ concerns about proposed changes at Wilton Terrace.