Harry Burton is an illustrator and political cartoonist based in Dublin.
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It was once “a hive of industry”, a neighbour said. But the buildings went derelict one after another during the 1980s and 1990s, says a local business owner.
One idea in the redesign is to lay a smooth strip through the cobblestones on some streets to make it easier for cyclists and people in wheelchairs to navigate the neighbourhood.
Chris Lynch hopes greater transparency in the sector will push landlords to improve standards, and help those with a choice to make informed decisions.
Death comes to small-town America when a series of unusual and gruesome murders occur in this shoestring thriller that’s got “cult” written all over it.
The decision to wind down agencies such as the Temple Bar Cultural Trust and Ballymun Regeneration Limited was questionable, argue David O’Connor and Odran Reid.
Nageh Shaaban opened his restaurant, Oasis, in 2013. But he believes that word is just starting to spread.
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