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Shocking petrol bomb attack damages Sinn Féin TD’s office

Shocking petrol bomb attack damages Sinn Féin TD’s office

A local TD has condemned the unprovoked petrol bomb attack on his Ballyfermot office. …

Takeover of Greyhound Recycling has rubbish results

Takeover of Greyhound Recycling has rubbish results

Greyhound Recycling Company has been at the centre of much debate since it took over from Dublin City Council in January. Words by Siobhán McGuire.…

Olympic Torch to tour Dublin

Olympic Torch to tour Dublin

Keelin Riley gives an in-depth preview of the Olympic Torch relay in store for Dublin.…

320 places filled in Web-Elevate

320 places filled in Web-Elevate

320 places have been filled this April in the new web-elevate programme run by Digital Skills Academy in the Digital Hub. Andrew Donovan talks to Stephen Stewart, a final semester…

Potential loss of constituency seat in Dublin South Central

Potential loss of constituency seat in Dublin South Central

New CSO figures indicate that Dublin South Central may lose a seat in the next electoral round…

Liberties house prices show no sign of stabilisation

Liberties house prices show no sign of stabilisation

The outlook for house prices in the Liberties is still bleak. Words by Diarmaid Murray…

Liberties to benefit from Dublinbikes expansion

Liberties to benefit from Dublinbikes expansion

Claire McQuaid learns of the new plans for the very successful Dublinbikes scheme…

MacVeigh: Council can’t collect outstanding household tax

MacVeigh: Council can’t collect outstanding household tax

Louisa McGrath reports on the support and opposition of the idea for councils to collect household taxes from homeowners.…

Fire causes disruptions to Luas red line

Fire causes disruptions to Luas red line

A St Patrick's Day fire caused major disruptions to the Luas red line. Words by Heather Harte.…

Safety first for 2013 Grafton St. renovation

Safety first for 2013 Grafton St. renovation

Grafton Street will be receiving a €2.5 million makeover as of next year. Robert O'Reilly describes what is in store for Ireland's shopping hotspot.…

Rebuilding St. Catherine’s after fire

Rebuilding St. Catherine’s after fire

St. Catherine's church was badly burned by a fire with suspicious circumstances. Repair work is now underway, but no reopening date has been confirmed…

Rents rising in Dublin

Rents rising in Dublin

By Mike Coleman A survey conducted by property website Daft.ie has revealed that Dublin has the highest rent prices in Ireland. The average rent per month in Dublin stands at…