1 April 2020
A View of the Quarantined City at Night, from "The Best Taxi in Ireland"
We're Stuck at Our Desks, Will You Help Us Keep in Touch with What's Going on Around the City?
A New Poetry Book Explores What Makes Finglas Home
Having a Hard Quarantine? Maybe You'd Like to Foster a Puppy, or a Lap Full of Kittens
In Drimnagh, Group Looks for Joggers to Pick Up Where Council Leaves Off
Are Social Tenants of Approved Housing Bodies Less Secure Than Council Tenants?
Big Deficit in Dublin City Council Yearly Budget Likely Due to Covid-19
How To Cook Medieval Mawmene
25 March 2020
In Glasnevin, an Overcrowded Warehouse of People Is Emptied, Its Residents Scattered at Short Notice
A Local Directory of the Services and Offers in Neighbourhoods Across the City
Michael: It's Time to Discuss a New Future for Income Supports
For Homeless Families in Hotels, the Pandemic Heightens Concerns for Their Children
Artists Continue to Brighten the City With Shutter Art
As Local Area Plan for the Liberties Expires, Councillors Discuss What's Next
A Gallery Works to Put Online an Exhibition Shut Out of Sight by Covid-19
From Italy to Phibsboro, Fruit and Veg Supply Chain Continues to Deliver
A Local Historian Digs Into the Treatment of Tuberculosis In Ireland
Home-Care Workers Press On, Despite Precarity, Pandemic, and Uncertainty
Dean: Gaptoof Can’t Hold Back the Rain
18 March 2020
In Crowded Hostels, Homeless People Are Finding It Hard to Protect Themselves from Covid-19
In Deansgrange Cemetery, a Historian Excavates the Stories of Irishmen Who Served the Raj
Council to Look at Stricter Rules for HGVs and Driver Blindspots
Council Installed Cameras with Facial Recognition on Football Pitch
Hines Unveils Detailed Plans for Rentals on Player Wills and Bailey Gibson Sites in Dublin 8
Across the City, Community Groups Spring Up to Offer What Supports They Can
While Rezoning 16 Industrial Sites, Councillors Seek Control Over What Can Be Built There
Dublin City Council Cancels Meetings So Councillors Can Practise Social Distancing
Doireann: New Charter for Victims of Crime Is Helpful, but Gaps Remain
Would You Be Willing to Sponsor a Dublin Inquirer Subscription for One of These Schools?
11 March 2020
A New Dublin Group Looks to Deepen What We Know About Plastic
Patrick: Without Reckoning with the State's Treatment of Traveller Irish, We Can't Build a Country Safe for All Minorities
Now Finally Being Built, It's Time to Name the New Park on Bridgefoot Street
Councillors Concerned About Standards in Proposed Shankill Public Housing Project
A Play Revives the Macushla: Ballroom of Romance, Bingo Centre, Site of Garda Revolt
Calm With Horses, Reviewed
Council Briefs: Clamping Down on Bogus Self-Employment, and More
When Companies Offer Cash, Dublin Artists Worry About Undue Influence and "Art-Washing"
4 March 2020
Misuse of Bus Lanes by Drivers of Cars Could Badly Hamper Proposed BusConnects Network
With Few Powers to Shape What Gets Built, Councillors Wary of Rezoning Industrial Land
What Should Be Done with the College of Music, Once It's Empty?
How to Cook Medieval-Style Pork in Pepper Sauce
Dublin City Council Management Has Questions to Answer Over Housing Charity CEO, Some Councillors Say
An Exhibition of City Salvage Offers a Reminder of the Cost of Demolition
A New Group Wants to Open Up Public Projects to Smaller Architecture Firms
Residents Debate Environmental Impact of a Plan to Build Flood Defences on the River Poddle
Council Briefs: Selling Council-Owned Land, Liffey Cycle Route Trial, and More
26 February 2020
Plans Progress to Warm Dublin Homes with Leftover Heat from Data Centres and the Like
Sam: How Many Articles Do Journalists in Ireland Have to Write Each Week?
A Closer Look at the Debate Around the Proposed Sale of a Council-Owned Site in Ballymun
Thorntons Withdraws Waste Collection from Some Streets in the City
A New Lord Mayor – for a Few Months, at Least – and Some New Councillors
A Weekly Ramble Around Dublin, in Irish
Council Briefs: Council to Ask Charity to Hand Back Social Housing, and More
19 February 2020
Councillors Object to Hiring Practices at Council-Owned Pool
Would You Like to Help Revive Our Cycle Collision Tracker?
Council to Give Public Greater Say in Next Round of Public Art
How Often Are People Filing Claims Against the Council for Tripping on Tree Roots?
Older Residents in Ringsend Council Complex Say They Feel Unsafe in Their Homes
After Long Delay, Stoneybatter Community Centre Finally Set to Open, Council Says
A New Chapter for Coolock’s Library
Council Briefs: Dogs on Bull Island, More Car-Parking at St Anne's Park, and the Clontarf Baths
Dean: The Eternal Truths of Ireland’s Golden-Age Hip-Hop Revivalists
12 February 2020
In Ringsend, a Pall-Bearer Carries on a Local Tradition
After Election Reprieve, Big Ballymun Land Sale Likely Back on the Agenda
In Phibsboro, a New Group's First Art Exhibition Is Inspired by the Movement of People
Questions Around Social Housing Provision in Planned “Connolly Quarter”
Election Gives Hope to Campaigners Pushing for Changes to Revitalise Dublin Nightlife
Why Do Some of Dublin's Bus Stops Face Away from the Road?
Disagreement Over Who Should Run Council-Owned Fruit and Veg Market
Council Briefs: Making Harold's Cross "Age-Friendly", Beach Pollution, and Dead Swans
5 February 2020
A Couple Battle to Ensure Redevelopment Doesn't Leave Them Homeless
Sharp Increase in Dublin Councils’ Use of Notices to Move on Travellers, Figures Suggest
Council Plans to Refurbish a Historic Ballybough Flat Complex, Rather than Demolish It
In Phibsboro, a Pair of Artists Delves into the Media’s Stray Signals
Dublin's Committees for Talking About Local Policing Issues Aren’t Working Well, Councillors Say
What's Happened to the Mary’s Abbey Pocket Park?
A Little-Known Museum of Artefacts from Across the Ancient World Faces Change
A Japanese Chef, While Learning English, Practises Her Craft at Home
Council Briefs: The Liffey Cycle Route, BusConnects, and Naming the Children's Hospital
Stories from the Deep, Reviewed
How to Make Medieval-Style Spiced Wine
29 January 2020
What's the Quid Pro Quo in Dublin's Link-Up with Mastercard?
Councillors Remain Concerned About Selling Land to Charity That Provides Social Housing
Sam: What The Journal Has Learnt So Far in Its Search for a Different Way to Fund Journalism
A Promised Community Hub on Rutland Street Looks Close – But There Are Fears About Funding
The Next Stage of the Royal Canal Cycleway Is Due to Open in May, Says Council Official
An Artist Takes on the Absurdities of the Irish Public Health System
As the South Inner-City Changes, Some Community Organisations Are Struggling to Find Space
Doireann: Who Should Police the Police?
22 January 2020
Why Some Social Housing Schemes Have Taken Years to Progress
It Was 100 Years Ago That the Tricolour Was First Raised Over City Hall
In Blackpitts, Dubliners are Invited to Build Their Own Air-Pollution Sensors
In the Liberties, The Little Flower Centre Is Still Blooming after 108 Years
New Plan for Sean McDermott Street Laundry Site Includes a College Campus
On Capel Street, Matcha-Custard Buns
Dean: Aoife Nessa Frances Has Made the First Great Irish Album of the Decade
The New Music, Reviewed
15 January 2020
What Transport Do Dublin's City Councillors Use to Get About the City?
With Electro-Pop Single, Artist Launches Irish-Language Music Project
Help Us Report: How Many Stories a Week Do You Have to Write as Journalist?
Fáilte Ireland Tells Councillors About Its Plans to Draw More Tourists to the Docklands
Plan for Council Lands Prompts Councillors' Concerns about Reliance on AHBs
The Council Is Preparing a Strategy to Make the City Better for Kids to Play In
An Exhibition Shows Off a Dubliner's Centuries-Old Collection of Jewish Books
New Report Sets Out Vision for Future of Kilmainham and Inchicore
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