For the time being, the bus system is going to be the mainstay of Dublin’s public transport system, and there are plans afoot to try to improve it with a little competition. But will they backfire?
Given the severity of the homelessness problem, direct actions are beginning to emerge as a response.
From his base in an industrial estate, Dr Shaykh Umar Al-Qadri is looking to carve out a larger space in the public debate for himself and his Islam.
By setting up a local chapter of Giving What You Can, a Dublin couple hope to get others to start donating 10 percent of their incomes.
Councillor John Lyons talks about life as a newbie local politician, Inkgate and, of course, Irish Water.
These people want to cut off your cat’s balls.
The numbers behind Dublin’s crowded-pavement problem, with an interactive map thrown in.
One photographer documents the lives of four octogenarians, two of whom are Dubliners.
Sandymount resident Joe McCarthy keeps asking the same question: three percent of what? He thinks the answer could be worth nearly €5 million.
Over lunch at HX46, Councillor Mary Freehill talks about how she got into politics, water-charge protestors, Dublin’s housing shortage, and her future.