For Young People, It’s Even Harder to Escape Homelessnessby Laoise Neylon
Lower social welfare payments for people aged 18–24 mean it’s even more of a struggle for them to gather the resources to move out of a hostel and into a home.
With Burgh Quay Office Still Closed, Many Immigrants in Dublin Remain in Limboby Shamim Malekmian
Immigrants can register for Irish Residence Permit (IRP) cards at Garda stations across the country, but in Dublin that’s not an option.
Also this week
- From Parklets to Pizza-Box Bins, Council Wants Small Ideas to Improve Life in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown
- Should New Seating Installed for This Covid Summer Belong to Cafes or Councils?
- The Council Takes Another Step in Trying to Complete Clongriffin
- Here Are the Transport Changes People Asked for to Make the City Better for Covid Travel
In Raheny, Volunteers Keep the Traditions of a Community Newspaper Aliveby Fiachra Gallagher
Raheny News, first established in 1975, is still put together by volunteers, and still printed on the same green foolscap it always has been.
Here Are the Transport Changes People Asked for to Make the City Better for Covid Travelby Claudia Dalby
Details of the “Covid mobility requests” were released under the Freedom of Information Act.
The Council Takes Another Step in Trying to Complete Clongriffinby Laoise Neylon
At a recent meeting of councillors for the North Central Area, a Dublin City Council official outlined the latest progress in trying to get the suburb the facilities it needs.
Should New Seating Installed for This Covid Summer Belong to Cafes or Councils?by Claudia Dalby
If space on newly widened footpaths and pedestrianised streets is given over to private businesses, it might be hard to reclaim, one councillor worries.
From Parklets to Pizza-Box Bins, Council Wants Small Ideas to Improve Life in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdownby Claudia Dalby
The south County Dublin local authority has launched dlrBETA Projects, an initiative based on a Dublin City Council programme.