Monday, July 16, 2018

Ireland is getting its first nudist-friendly beach

Ireland is getting its first official signposted nudist beach and it is landing in Dalkey. Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is to put up public notices...

Solas Project shines a light on helping young people in D8

Success of Boston group inspires new inner city initiative

Mixed emotions as Liberties facing major redevelopment

Dublin City Council is to take back possession of the Iveagh Market site in the Liberties from current leaseholder Martin Keane. It is reported...

‘We’ll cause chaos at Croker to highlight brothel plague’

Fed-up Dorset St residents have vowed to bring traffic to a standstill when U2 play Croke Park next month in a bid to get gardai to take more seriously their claims that the street has become a Red Light zone.

Homeless families set to suffer from Pope’s visit

Unfortunately, homelessness still dominates the news pages of most newspapers, and Dublin Gazette this week features a diverse range of stories related to the...

Aldborough House’s loss ‘beyond comprehension’ as demolition is approved

Well-known north inner city building Aldborough House, located on Portland Row close to the Five Lamps, is set to be demolished. Built throughout the 1790s,...
A snow plough clearing the Balinteer Road road following Storm Emma. Image: @dlrcc Twitter

Councils work to clear roads following Storm Emma

Work has begun to get Dublin moving again after Storm Emma hit the city last night. The public safety notice advising people to stay indoors...
Kenneth Brunell

Gardai seek help in tracing missing Ballyfermot man

Gardaí are seeking the public's help in tracing 32 year old Kenneth Brunell. Kenneth was last seen at his home in Ballyfermot at 10am on Friday,...

Council urged to help horses

A leading horse rescue charity are calling on Dublin City Council to carry out routine and random welfare checks on all carriage horses in...
Plans for Ballymun Shopping Centre may be scuppered to make way for a MetroLink site

Ballymun locals furious that shopping centre plans could be scuppered

Ballymun locals are furious at the prospect that plans for a long-awaited shopping centre may be scuppered to make way for a MetroLink site. It...

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