At Labre Park, a Surprise Homecoming for a Newly Elected Senatorby Stephanie Costello
Senator Eileen Flynn, the first woman from a Traveller background to make it to Seanad Éireann, was welcomed to her childhood home in Labre Park.
Are Dublin's 300 Empty Poles Throughout the City a Sign of a Street Clutter Problem?by Donal Corrigan
It’s unclear yet how Dublin City Council will meet its target of reducing street clutter by 20 percent by 2022, but other counties, such as Cork, may provide a blueprint.
As Dublin's Historic Street Lamps Disappear, Some Worry the City Is Losing Its Characterby Laoise Neylon
Dublin City Council says it is working through a long list of recommendations to assess whether they should be added to the list of protected structures.
As the Issue of Abandoned Horses in Dublin Persists, Some Are Calling on Dublin City Council to Change Its Approachby Donal Corrigan
Mistreatment of horses is not a new problem for Dublin City Council. Last year, the council spent €145,276 on euthanising horses which could not be returned or re-homed.
An Architect-Turned-Artist Embraces the Medium of Collage – and Pops Up All Across the Cityby Donal Corrigan
“The fact that I can say, ‘I am now working as an artist’ is not something that I thought I would ever be able to say,” says Sorcha O’Higgins.
A New Tenants' Union Is Calling for an Extension of the Covid-19 Eviction Banby Laoise Neylon
“The only barrier to joining CATU is that you can’t be a landlord” says Rachel Kiersey, a member of the union’s communications team.
Lucifer and the Child, Reviewedby Amy Bond
Dublin-based publishers Swan River Press are bringing the novel, which was banned in 1940s Ireland, back into print for the first time in decades.
Dean: MuRli and Denise Chaila Make Music for the Black Lives Matter Movementby Dean Van Nguyen
“Irish music has been at the forefront of communicating the black Irish experience,” writes Dean Van Nguyen.