She had stayed in the shelter since she’d got her status because she couldn’t find another place to live. But she’s no longer welcome.
Category: City Desk
In Inchicore, Pieces Have Been Falling Off a Big Old Concrete Wall
A 2021 report said it should urgently be removed and replaced to keep it from collapsing and possibly injuring someone. Some work has been done since then to patch it up.
Councillors Pass Motion After Motion to Do Something, Anything, with Broadstone Plaza
They say they hope that bringing more activity to it will reduce anti-social activity there – and also just put an underused space to better use.
Council Has “No Interest” in Plan for New Library Proposed as Part of Crumlin Shopping Centre Redevelopment
Dublin City Council is already working on a plan for a new library just up the road.
Along the Grand Canal, the Council Is Moving Forward with Changes to Make It Safer to Cycle and Walk
Improvements along a 3.8km stretch from Suir Road to Leeson Street are scheduled to be done by the end of this year.
Photo of the Month: March 2023
“Junior fell into our lives at the start of 2020. Like, literally fell into the Guinness yard.”
Gardaí Needs to Draw Up a Policy for Combating Prolonged Racist Harassment, Report Says
“You can’t have people living in that psychological fear all the time,” says Lucy Michael, who co-authored the report from the Irish Network Against Racism.
When the Eviction Ban Ends, the Newly Homeless Will Have to Join the Queue for Emergency Accommodation
There are waiting lists, and an increase in the number of people seeking legal assistance because they were refused emergency accommodation, say charities.
A Homeless Asylum Seeker Set Up a Tent Outside the International Protection Office. Staff Called Gardaí.
In an unfamiliar city, it seemed like a place Aysar Hamad could find protection. The Department of Justice says he was blocking the entrance.
A Revamp of Capel Street Promises Public Seating, Light Features, Trees, Planters and More
“The spirit of Capel Street is really old Dublin,” says architect Bernard Seymour. “It’s an old trading street and it still has this individual vibe.”