The collective is mostly staff members who are artists, and professional artists with links to Connolly Hospital.
Author Archives: Zuzia Whelan
Zuzia Whelan is a city reporter for Dublin Inquirer.
Who Should Be Allowed to Walk Through New Student Housing Complexes?
They are often gated, and offer no routes for pedestrians to cut through to get where they’re going. Developers say that’s for security reasons, others say it divides the city.
On Meath Street, Council Meets Residents Ahead of Future Revamp
The council plans to refurbish the street within the next three years.
Tracking How Much Air Pollution Cyclists Are Breathing In
A collaboration between a Trinity College Dublin researcher and a cycle-tour company is strapping air-quality monitoring gear to cyclists helmets as they explore the city.
Transport Bodies Need to Look Again at How They Model Traffic, Some Say
Problems with predictions came up time and again in the reports from An Bord Pleanála, rejecting plans for College Green.
Can Videos from Cyclists be Used to Tackle Dangerous Driving?
While Gardaí have been cautious about using cyclists’ videos of poor driver behaviour, police in the UK have embraced such evidence, calling it a “game changer”.
Brushing Up: an Old Weathered Doorway with a Dublin Crest
Most agree the doorway, in the heart of what has historically been the markets area, once belonged to a prison.
A Student Complex in the Liberties Gates Off Its Green Space
Local residents are keeping a watchful eye over possible losses of green space in the Liberties.
Street Artists and Council Officials Try to Find Common Ground
“We have to find a legal way of doing it,” said City Arts Officer Ray Yeates. But “the partnership process is full of potential”.
It’s Time to Regulate Walking Tours, Says Councillor
Some says it’s not an issue that tour groups seem to be getting larger. Others say they block the pavement, and are all headed the on same loops.