Last year, Dublin City Council issued four fines for dog fouling. “Of which only one was paid,” said Green Party Councillor Patrick Costello, at a recent meeting.
Passengers on the Last Ferry Wonder How to Get into the City
Late at night, some passengers emerge onto the tarmac to find there are no taxis or buses to get them home or to a hotel.
The Future Looks Shaky for Some Houseboat Owners
At issue are the number and types of permits Waterways Ireland is offering: some say there aren’t enough of the right type available for all the people who want to live aboard their boats.
Council Steams Ahead with Plan for More Boats on the Liffey
That could mean historic ships, or ones with a cultural or community purpose, or tall ships. Or, just cool-looking ones.
Is the Jeanie Johnston Worth Its Cost?
The replica famine ship cost €15.5 million to build, has been repaired already, and needs more repairs. Some councillors aren’t sure Dublin City Council should keep on paying.
Where Are Dublin’s Houseboats?
You might soon be able to get a permit to live on a houseboat in Grand Canal Basin, in the heart of the Silicon Docks. Or you might not.
The Western Invasion of Dublin Water Sports
Dublin water sports on a budget? Row out with East Wall’s curraching club.