Again, People Sleeping on the Streets Are Being Refused Emergency Accommodation Because They’re Not from Dublinby Laoise Neylon
Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien last year asked local authorities to stop enforcing the “local connection” rule. But now it’s back, says one charity CEO.
A New Anthology Album Celebrates the Legacy of Underground Experimenters the Wormholesby Sean Finnan
The trio from Ringsend nearly made it huge in the 1990s, signing to a major label in London – but then that fell apart.
The Council Is Making Pedestrians Wait a Bit Longer to Cross Dublin’s Streetsby Claudia Dalby
To make it easier to get around the city without catching the virus, it had cut waiting times for walkers. In August, it increased them again.
75% of Student Housing Stood Vacant at Close of Last Year, Government Figures Suggestby Laoise Neylon
Now, however, two large providers of purpose-built student accommodation in Dublin say they are all booked out.
Years-Long Waits for Asylum Interviews Leave People in Limboby Shamim Malekmian
Asylum seekers can apply to have their cases fast-tracked, based on several grounds, but many don’t know that.
When New Cycle Lanes Block Old Delivery Methods, How Can the Council Help Businesses Adapt?by Claudia Dalby
Business owners and councillors agree it’s a challenge – some suggest adding loading bays, others, experimenting more with delivery hubs.
Council Briefs: Tourism in Kilmainham and Inchicore, a Land Swap in the Liberties, and Moreby Claudia Dalby
These were some of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at a recent meeting of their South Central Area Committee.
Breaking Out, Reviewedby Luke Maxwell
This documentary, based on 10 years of following the career of the band Interference’s Fergus O’Farrell, is a celebration of his musical life and legacy.