Walking the streets, licking an ice cream cone: that used to be summer. Now we have posh ice cream and it comes it comes in a tub with a spoon, creating problems.
The metal guardrails that block your way when you’re trying to cross the street should be uprooted, some urban-development nerds argue.
In our illustrated comment of the week, Robert Mirolo depicts one reader’s suggestion that ships could be a temporary solution to Dublin’s housing crisis.
Dublin City Council wants to encourage more people to cycle, but an increase in bike thefts in recent years is hurting their cause.
On Friday, housing activists quit a city-council-owned building on Bolton Street that they had occupied, ending a stand-off with Dublin City Council.
Stop trying to log in to Dublin’s public free wifi. It’s not going to work.
A group of residents in Drumcondra are trying to crowd-fund enough money to transform a strip of grass into their dream community pocket park.
The city’s traffic signal boxes are being painted, a handful at a time, by artists. The aim? To vamp up some of Dublin’s drab-looking streets.
Despite the introduction of mandatory lessons through the Essential Driver Training course, driving-test pass rates haven’t perked up. Why?
For thirty years, artists have hung their paintings on the railings around Merrion Square on Sundays. On 13 September, they will celebrate their anniversary.