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Is there space for trees on Dublin 8 streets?

Is there space for trees on Dublin 8 streets?

Trees Often hidden among the red-brick buildings and the cream and rust flats, sparse patches of grass and trees decorate the Liberties.  However, due to the density of building in…

A Guide to Dublin’s Festival Of History

A Guide to Dublin’s Festival Of History

Dublin Festival Of History is currently underway The Dublin Festival of History is currently under way and runs until Sunday, October 20th. This year the Festival, organised by Dublin City…

Legal issues keeping Iveagh Market off derelict register

Legal issues keeping Iveagh Market off derelict register

Despite the Iveagh Market buildings having been left in disrepair for years, Dublin City Council have said that due to “legal issues relating to ownership of the buildings”, they are…

Rejected injection centre means addiction services neglected

Rejected injection centre means addiction services neglected

In late July, the news broke that the first proposed Medically Supervised Injection Facility in the country was rejected by Dublin City Council. The centre was planned for the basement…

Councillors concerned for future of street art

Councillors concerned for future of street art

Dublin City Council is working to reactivate a subcommittee dealing with street art after a Subset mural was ordered to be removed. The mural in Portobello depicts David Attenborough and…

World Cleanup Day marked in Dublin City

World Cleanup Day marked in Dublin City

This Year’s World Cleanup Day which took place on the 21st September saw an increased number of volunteers who gathered to rescue Dublin from waste. Ireland’s Cleanup Day was organised…

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Architect says councillors have myopic view of hotel development

Two new hotels will open in the Liberties in the coming months providing about 340 bedrooms. Tourist attractions have created a demand for accommodation in the area. A new 202-bed…

Dublin City Council grant permission for hotel in The Coombe

Dublin City Council grant permission for hotel in The Coombe

Dublin City Council has given the green light for a massive 230 bedroom hotel on Dean Street, near Fallon’s pub.   Appeals against the building of the five-story hotel were…

‘Bang Bang’ gets a New York brew from Teelings

‘Bang Bang’ gets a New York brew from Teelings

The Teeling Whiskey Company has released a new limited edition craft beer in collaboration with Sixpoint Brewery, Red Hook, Brooklyn NY. “Bang Bang Dudley” is a potent new red ale…

Dublin’s TradFest moves into The Liberties

Dublin’s TradFest moves into The Liberties

Dublin saw the launch of the 10th annual Temple Bar TradFest on Wednesday with the celebrations set to continue throughout the weekend, incorporating a range of events. The organisers of…

Plans for Cork Street park move forward

Plans for Cork Street park move forward

  PLANS for a Cork Street park have inched forward with the upcoming appointment of a design team for the site. Dublin City Council are set to appoint a team…

Dublin City Council cut commercial rates by 0.5% in Budget

Dublin City Council cut commercial rates by 0.5% in Budget

DUBLIN City Council’s €771m budget will see business rates cut by 0.5% and a significant spend in housing. A reduction of 1% had been proposed but the majority of councillors…

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