Nial Ring has far outpaced earlier lord mayors. He’s simply more sociable than others, he says. “The Mansion House is belonging to the people of Dublin.”
The idea for seven-day “premium” food and drink stalls is set out in a study from October last year.
We should spend more time thinking about the social, political, and environmental complexities of Ireland’s role in the Internet, writes a DCU PhD researcher.
Libraries have tended to collect high-brow ephemera such as opera programmes, rather than modest mealtime menus. One collection is trying to fill that gap.
In this episode: short-term lets and student accommodation, which aren’t the reasons for Dublin’s housing crisis, but do tell us a few things about its nature.
There should be consequences for putting something unfit on the market – and advertising is part of that, says Fergal Scully of the Dublin Tenants’ Union.
At the moment, the social enterprise – which hopes to tap into growing tourism – has two guides, but is looking to recruit and train more.
This week, councillors in the north-west of the city talked about plans for amenities in Fairview and who’ll get to work on a site building social housing.
It’s a coming-of-age story set in Dublin: north, south, and centre. “I was trying to look for new locations that haven’t been on camera before,” he said.