23 January 2019
Cyclists Say a Deadly Junction in East Wall Remains Dangerous
Ebun: On Having Constructive Conversations about Race with White People
Rise in Euthanised Horses Fuels Calls For Change of Approach
Some Local Politicians Commit to Anti-Racism Pledge Ahead of Election Campaigns
Council Briefs: a Ballyfermot Cafe, O’Donovan Road Demolition, and More Student Housing
Some Query Valuation Used to Push for Sale of Land Meant for Traveller Homes
In Dublin, Airbnb Hosts Are Increasingly Likely to Be Professional Operators
In Drumcondra, a Bulgarian Dance Class Keeps Tradition Alive
16 January 2019
Hundreds of Council Homes are Overcrowded, While Others Are Underused, Figures Show
Purple Yam or Screwpine Cakes, Anyone?
Cellar Door, Reviewed
Some Want Toilets in Toiletless Public Libraries, Fast
Housing Briefs: Delisting Mercer House, Racism and Housing, and More
A Woman Remembers Her Rathgar Bookshop, Closed a Year Now
Council Briefs: Housing in Rathgar, Free Wifi, the Pendulum Summit, and More
A Life in the Trees: A Personal Account of the Great Spotted Woodpecker, Reviewed
NTA Board Member Paid €6,193.93 for Attending a Single Board Meeting Last Year
9 January 2019
Donal: Remembering Séamus Ennis, Ireland's Greatest Music Collector
Music at Marrowbone Books: Anna Mieke
Anne: It's Time to Build the Supervised Injecting Facility
Council Briefs: New Waste Bylaws, and Trialing Traffic Changes
What's Happening Now with Plans for Moore Street?
Will You Help Us Stay in Touch with Your Neighbourhood?
A Monthly Short-Film Contest Open to "Literally Anything"
Mixed Responses to Idea of White-Water Rafting at George's Dock
Does Smithfield Need More Policing or More Social Workers?
19 December 2018
Council Removes Bins in Milltown Because People Were Putting Too Much Dog Poo in Them
Some Wonder Why Table Tennis Clubs Attract Fewer Dubliners
New Publications Launch to Chronicle Dublin's Thriving Food Scene
Founder of Homeless Charity Rents Out Holiday Lets
She Was Burned Out of Her Home, Then Banned from Getting Housing Help via HAP
The Central Government Is Treating Councils Shamefully
Should There Be a System for Tracking Ireland's Antiques When They Leave?
An Old Chipper is Reborn as a Vegan Diner
Should Cars Be Restricted from Going Through Rathmines?
12 December 2018
At Hercules Club, Eighty Years of Dubliners Helping Each Other Get Ripped
Inspired Migrant Women in Ireland, Reviewed
Council Looks to Track Down What's Polluting Water at City Beaches
Council Briefs: Luke Kelly Statues, New Bridges, and Changes at Wilton Terrace
Council Plans to Cut Its Greenhouse Gas Emissions 40 Percent by 2030
Council Briefs: Affordable Housing, and the Future of Dalymount
Remembering Marjorie Hasler, a Window-Breaking Suffragette
5 December 2018
The Sign Says No Short-Term Lets, So Why Is There One?
Why Are New Pedestrian Guardrails Still Being Installed in the City?
Council Briefs: Stopping Student Housing, College Green Plaza Redux, and Horses
New Rules Would Make It Impossible to Do Job, Say Councillors
In Ballsbridge, a Pharmacist Works to Restore a Sense of Community
In Council Accommodation, Tenants Want More Rights to Keep Pets
Residents and Councillors Fight for Different Visions for Marrowbone Lane
On Dorset Street, a Japanese Restaurant with a Brazilian Flair
28 November 2018
DublinBikes Scheme May See Drop in Members, Warns Council Report
Councillors Push for More Oversight of Approved Housing Bodies
The City Should Mark the Sites of All Long-Gone Magdalene Laundries, Some Councillors Say
Experimental Film Finds a Home in Ireland
Ebun: How Reaction GIFs Perpetuate Racial Stereotypes
Sam: Separating The Right Sort from The Wrong Sort in Court Reporting
Should Dubliners Get to Decide How Part of the City's Budget is Spent?
With Short-Term Lets as Neighbours, It's "like Ibiza here", Resident Says
Music at Marrowbone Books: No Monster Club
Paul: On Dublin, Amazon, and the "Secret Region"
21 November 2018
Despite High Rates of Self-Harm, Many Who are Homeless Struggle to Access Care
Sweet Home, Reviewed
Some Councillors Cool to Idea of Private Homes on Public Land
A Baker Caters to Vegans Craving Cake
Council Briefs: Living in Log Cabins, a New Train Station, and More
An Archivist Takes Charge of the Country's Old Land and Property Records
A Former Concert Pianist Plays Debussy Among the Ferns
Neighbourhoods Watches Are Becoming Neighbourhood WhatsApps
When Big Events Arrive, so Does a Plague of Illegally Parked Cars
14 November 2018
Debate on Future of Dorset Street Deepens
Sinéad: Precarious Work Risks Stunting a Generation
The Myth of the Whiskey Pension
Tenants Welcome Landlord Accreditation Scheme, But Some Want More
A Push Begins for Affordable Homes on Major Site in Dublin 8
Some Dublin City Councillors Say This Term Will Be Their Last
No, a Third of Homeless Families in Dublin Aren't Here Illegally
7 November 2018
On Fishamble Street, Family Lives Among Four Centuries of Relatives' Keepsakes
Music at Marrowbone Books: Cathal Caulfield
An Art Collective Brightens up Hospital Walls
Pilot Underground Bottle Bank in Works for Mountjoy Square
Agenda-Setting Report on White-Collar Crime Welcome, but Not Without Flaws
From Temple Bar's Crow Street, a Label Excavates Forgotten Sounds
Film Tells the Story of Brian Kerr's "Golden Generation" of Football Players
Council Briefs: a New Look for Dolphin's Barn, Ballymun Shopping Centre, and More
Councillors Debate What's Next for College Green
Who Should Be Allowed to Walk Through New Student Housing Complexes?
31 October 2018
An Advocate for Tenants Clocks Up Hundreds of Cases at the RTB
Tracking How Much Air Pollution Cyclists Are Breathing In
On Meath Street, Council Meets Residents Ahead of Future Revamp
The Dead Friends: Episode 6
Searching for Lobo in Mount Jerome Cemetery
At 80 Parnell Street, Clubbers Find Comfort
Niamh: Did the Media Give Peter Casey Too Much Coverage?
Sinead: You Might Be in Precarious Work and Not Even Know It
Andy: Let's Talk About Dublin's Ties to the Saudi Regime
24 October 2018
Dublin City Council Has Sold Off 90 Council Homes Since Early 2016
Vacancy Watch: 75-76 Camden Street
Transport Bodies Need to Look Again at How They Model Traffic, Some Say
Stoneybatter Residents Want More Say in Plans for O'Devaney Gardens
Can Videos from Cyclists be Used to Tackle Dangerous Driving?
A Dosa-Batter Salesman Hits the Road
One Star Awake, Reviewed
The Dead Friends: Episode 5
Brushing Up: an Old Weathered Doorway with a Dublin Crest
Niamh: How Should Courts Handle the Rise of Citizen Journalists?
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