Monday, July 22, 2019

Alan Shatter: “I’m giving consideration” to running again

After stepping away from politics, Dublin Gazette caught up with the politician-turned-author Alan Shatter recently to get an insight into his career,...

Just Eat announce breakfast rolls are now available for delivery

Just Eat has announced that the humble breakfast roll, a national favourite, has been made available for delivery. According...

Celebrate ‘Small, Far Away’ day from Father Ted with a delish pizza

Deliveroo is using their understanding of ‘small’ and ‘far away’ by teaming up with Sano Pizza in Temple Bar to celebrate ‘Small,...

Plastic beads in Grand Canal posing a major threat to wildlife

A large amount of small plastic beads from a burst sleeping bag are floating through the Grand Canal, posing a major threat...

Google Maps Introduces Real-time DublinBikes Updates

DublinBikes just got more convenient, as real-time information on the bikes has been added to the Google Maps app.

Countess Markievicz is honoured with a plaque at Rathmines home

One of Ireland’s most famous female figures was honoured with a plaque erected at her former home in Rathmines on Monday.

Eight in ten Dublin parents are struggling with back to school costs

80% of parents in Dublin say they find back to school costs a financial burden. This is the...

Excitement in The Liberties as local festival kicks off today

Liberties locals are getting ready for another exciting Liberties Festival, with this year’s jampacked festival promising to be the best yet.

Bakers rise to the occasion to whip up nearly €129,000 for Temple Street

Bakers across Dublin raised a total of €128,782 in this year's Great Irish Bake for Temple Street, which took place in April....

The Liberties say farewell to comedian Brendan Grace

Dubliners said farewell to one of The Liberties’ finest on Monday, as comedian Brendan Grace’s funeral was held in St Nicholas of...