Back in September, a fire broke out at a council-owned complex near Queen Street in Stoneybatter. Some residents say they’re still not confident the cause has been identified and fixed.
Weeks after councillors approved the plan, debate continues over whether it was a good deal for the state – and for people living in Dublin, who need more homes they can afford to live in.
Formally the group is the Stoneybatter Sustainability Coalition. Informally, it’s Leafybatter.
At a council-owned complex near Queen Street that has been plagued for years by leaks and other maintenance issues, a large electricity supply box caught fire on 14 September.
Councillors in the Central Area met on Tuesday and talked, among other things, about plans to ask those in Stoneybatter where they’d like more plants and greenery.
At The Darkroom in Stoneybatter, Mella Travers teaches others how to create black-and-white images the old-fashioned way.
Lauren Redmond ditched journalism to make gooey sweet vegan cakes – caramels, sponges, and buns.
Once the last of his customers have left, Cristian Proca closes his Stoneybatter chipper and steps into the kitchen to work on his gelato.
A young veterinarian on Manor Street feeds a drift of pigeons each day, but some of her neighbours wish she wouldn’t, saying they’ve grown into an overwhelming presence.
A woman searches for the truth about her mother’s time in Stanhope Street.