23 June 2021
A Plan to Bring Back Dublin’s Once-Plentiful Oyster Beds
Councillors and Residents Worry that Development of Lands in Finglas Could Be Chaotic Rather than Coordinated
Is Any Country Really Safe for All Its Citizens?
Major Revamp of Ballymun’s Main Plaza Could Start Next Year
On the North Side, the Council Plans to Improve Cycle Route Between Finglas and Killester
With New Programme, Dublin Fringe Festival Seeks to Bring in More Diverse Artists and Audiences
A Proposed Visitor Centre and Car Park Won’t Help Preserve Bull Island, Local Conservationists Say
Dean: Alicia Raye Has Risen
16 June 2021
Hundreds of Proposed Homes at O’Devaney Gardens Wouldn’t Meet Standards for Daylight
At Dusk in Grangegorman, A Group Searches for Swifts
If Council Finally Brings a Derelict Strip in Dolphin’s Barn to Life, What Should Go There?
For Homeless Children Staying with Their Families in "Hubs", There's a Lack of Places to Play
Some Citizenship Applicants Say the Rules Around Travel and Residency are Still Unclear
Why Isn’t Irish Rail Planning More Stations Along the DART+ South West Line?
Council Briefs: On Removing Mayoral Patronage from the Artane Band, and More
9 June 2021
Landlords Adding Extra Charges On Top of Rents, Avoiding Laws That Restrict Rent Increases
A Bakery on Eden Quay Serves Hong Kong Egg Tarts, and More
Planned Nursing Home Would Include Co-Living for Staff
Would More One-Way Streets Help with Dublin’s Parking Problems?
Plans for a Full-Sized Sports Pitch in the Liberties Delayed, Yet Again
A Wildlife Photographer Stalks His Prey on Dublin’s Rooftops and Riverbanks
In Inchicore, a New Garden for the Community
2 June 2021
The Council Is Looking into Bringing in a Shared E-Scooter Scheme for the City
As Buildings Grow Taller, Some Residents Say Their Right to Light Is Being Overlooked
Council Committee Decides to Continue to Allow Some Parking on Footpaths
An Ecologist Wants Help Preserving Biodiversity in Rathmines
An Architect Reimagines a University Campus, Making It Autism Friendly
Council Plans to Clean Up Vast Illegal Dump in North Dublin, and Replace It with Housing
New York Our Time, Reviewed
26 May 2021
Should Tenants Get First Dibs on Buying Their Apartments When They’re Put on Sale?
In Tallaght, a Food Truck Serves a Palestinian Dessert
Visitors Turned Away at Dublin Airport Find No Simple Route for Appeal
Putting a 30km/h Speed Limit on More Roads Is One Thing, But What Makes Drivers Follow It?
Despite Policies, Many City Apartment Complexes Don’t Have Good Places for Children to Play
Who Should Be Monitoring the Rise of “Landlord Tech”?
Ballyfermot Is Promised a Dedicated Domestic Violence Worker At Last
Council Briefs: A New Heritage Plan, Building Community Wealth, and Compensating for Bank Closures
Dean: The Cult of Stano
19 May 2021
In the Inner-City, Young Men Have Kept Busy Making Films During the Pandemic
Help Us Report: A Quick Survey for Dublin Renters
Businesses Are (Still) Booking Up and Selling Appointments at the Burgh Quay Immigration Office
Will Building a More Environmentally Friendly Heating System for the City Lead to Less Recycling?
Council Updates: Debating the Delivery of Social Homes, a Park Cafe, and More
The Pulse of Moore Street, In Photos
An Art Exhibition Highlights the Privileges Many Enjoy Even Under Lockdown
12 May 2021
Homeless People from Outside Dublin Were Just Ghosts to the Council’s System
Unable to Roll-Out and Run a Network of Electric Charging Points, Council Seeks Help
Neighbourhood Gets Fence and Wasteland Rather than Trees and Park – for Now, at Least
Forced to Move from Their “Home” Direct Provision Centre to Another, Some Say They Aren’t Listened To
The Spirit of the River: A Quest for the Kingfisher, Reviewed
Council Briefs: Selling Council Property at Gulistan Terrace and Abbey St, and Saying No to “Vulture Funds”
5 May 2021
For Young People, It’s Even Harder to Escape Homelessness
With Burgh Quay Office Still Closed, Many Immigrants in Dublin Remain in Limbo
In Raheny, Volunteers Keep the Traditions of a Community Newspaper Alive
Here Are the Transport Changes People Asked for to Make the City Better for Covid Travel
The Council Takes Another Step in Trying to Complete Clongriffin
Should New Seating Installed for This Covid Summer Belong to Cafes or Councils?
From Parklets to Pizza-Box Bins, Council Wants Small Ideas to Improve Life in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown
28 April 2021
Mapping Dublin’s Growing Constellation of Company Landlords
Is Build-to-Rent Crowding Out Other Kinds of Homes in Dublin?
Company Landlords are Promoted as More “Professional” – but What Are Tenants Finding?
Student Housing, Sitting Empty, Converts to Short-Term Lets. But for How Long?
A Push for More Public Access to Rathmines Green Spaces
With More Gardaí on Streets, Minority Dubliners Worry about Uptick in Stop-and-Searches
Homeless People in Dublin to Get Booklet Setting Out, Clearly, Their Rights
Wild Mountain Thyme, Reviewed
21 April 2021
In East Wall, Councillors Want Residents’ Ideas for Cutting Down on Car Traffic
732 Notices to Quit Served to Dublin Tenants Last Year, Raising Fears of Wave of Homelessness
After Seven Years, Illegal Short-Term Lets Magically Become Legal
Dublin City Council Starts to Draw up New Integration Strategy
In Ringsend, Two Students Dream Big for Their Local Park
The "Litter King" Pleads for Council to Tackle Waste in Swords Park
AI, Algorithms and Art Are on the Agenda for Series of Public Talks
Unable to Exhibit Indoors, Artists Mock-Up Gentrified Ring Forts and More in the Mountains
14 April 2021
Remembering Liberties Icon Paddy Alldritt
Plans for Council Site in Rathmines Would See Primary Care Centre, Housing, and More
Council Teases Out New Policy to Manage Anti-Social Behaviour in Its Housing
Would “In-Your-Face” Signs Make Dog Owners Think Twice About Leaving Poo Behind?
In Ballymun, a Team Stands by to Nurture Budding Playwrights
A Vietnamese Comic Mines His Culture, and Misunderstandings of It, for Laughs
To Prepare for Thousands of New Neighbours, a Drimnagh Group Pushes for More Services and Amenities
Council Briefs: More Public Toilets, More Pedestrianised Streets and Preserving Moore Street
Teresa: Integration Must Really Be a Two-Way Process
7 April 2021
Cherry Orchard Misses Out Again on Funding for Amenities
Council Plans to Tackle Pollution in Water at Grand Canal Dock
A Poem, Co-Written by Young Men, Reveals What Shapes Their Lives
A Tenant Faces Eviction Because of Her Dog
In Glasnevin, a Florist Hopes to Encourage Bouquets Sourced Closer to Home
Drimnagh Needs More for Young People to Do, Says Task Force Report
The Alliance of Pirates, Reviewed
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