Harry Burton is an illustrator and political cartoonist based in Dublin.
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Even while there’s a shortage of housing for Dubliners, companies have converted residential apartment blocks in the city into holiday lets for tourists.
Advanced technology is costing Dubliners jobs, a trend that’s likely to accelerate. Martin Ford’s book puts this issue in global context.
We have mapped 106 locations we believe have residential swimming pools, writes UCD geography lecturer Eoin O’Mahony and two of his students.
Is there any reason to “come out” as asexual? And is snooping on a partner as bad as cheating on one? Roe offers advice on two dilemmas.
At a meeting earlier this week, some residents and local politicians met to organise against the possible closure of post offices in Cabra.
Do you live in Ireland and have a love story to share? Writer Henry Martin is looking for unusual love stories to adapt for the theatre.
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