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#Dublin City Council

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 19 September, 2017

Last Georgian mansion built in Dublin to be regenerated despite opposition

Two five-storey office blocks are to be built on either side of the house.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 18 September, 2017

Here's where you can welcome the Dublin winners home

The Dublin senior footballers secured their third All-Ireland win in a row yesterday.

# dublin-city-council - Sunday 17 September, 2017

€1 million spent on graffiti removal in Dublin city every year - but it's not disappearing fast

The south east area of the city received the most complaints about graffiti every year.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 16 September, 2017

Two years after it was switched off, Dublin plans to bring back free Wi-Fi

We examine the state of public internet services across Ireland’s cities.

The roof of the old Central Bank could become a new pub and Temple Bar residents are worried

They don’t want “another loud pub or nightclub”.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 13 September, 2017

'A sexist remark is not a compliment': New poster initiative hits streets of Dublin

Dublin is one of 20 cities worldwide participating in the UN Women Safe Cities Global Programme.

From The42 Dublin City Council explain why Sunday's All-Ireland won't be shown on big screen in Smithfield Confusion

Dublin City Council explain why Sunday's All-Ireland won't be shown on big screen in Smithfield

Local media outlets had confirmed the screening, but DCC have insisted that it’s not happening.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 9 September, 2017

From cream crackers to the 1916 Rising: an exhibition is looking at the history of Jacob’s biscuit factory

A new exhibition is celebrating the impact of the factory on Ireland and on the lives of thousands of workers.

'We could have blood on our hands': Councillors want to take Freedom of Dublin off Aung San Suu Kyi

Councillors across various parties have expressed disappointment in the Myanmar leader’s behaviour.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 6 September, 2017

'Creative' student who removed clamp from car with hacksaw avoids prison sentence

25-year-old Gabriel McCallion then spent the night in Mountjoy Garda Station and emerged to discover his car had been clamped a second time.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 5 September, 2017

Dublin City Council votes to take over iconic Iveagh Markets

The markets, located in the Liberties in Dublin, have hit a few developmental snags in the past 10 years.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 30 August, 2017

Local residents lodge appeal against recovery centre for homeless drug addicts in Dublin city

The recovery centre was given planning permission earlier this month.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 29 August, 2017

'Today is for celebration': Council goes back on plans to cut down 109-year-old Fairview trees

Plans to cut down the trees were met with strong resistance from local residents when announced earlier this year.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 21 August, 2017

Driving to work today in Dublin? Don't forget there are new traffic restrictions in place

There is no longer a right turn now from Bachelors Walk onto O’Connell Bridge – except for buses, taxis and bicycles.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 17 August, 2017

Clamping complaints: No 10 minutes grace, app issues and clamped while delivering to charity shop

In two cases, people claimed that they were clamped because the Parking Tag app allowed them to pay for parking in an area that became a clearway.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 14 August, 2017

Extra bus lanes for Dublin city as cars will be reduced to one lane on quays

Cars will also be banned from turning right onto O’Connell Bridge from Bachelors Walk.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 10 August, 2017

Clamping complaints: Elderly woman with no mobile or credit card clamped while at mass

A passerby stopped with the woman and had to pay the fine.

# dublin-city-council - Sunday 6 August, 2017

'Goodwill' refunds issued after complaints over 'unfair' clamping

These are just some of the recurring complaints that Dublin City Council receive about clamping.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 1 August, 2017

Government study asks people if rickshaws should be regulated

The National Transport Authority wants responses from rickshaw drivers and passengers.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 26 July, 2017

Dublin Fire Brigade is operating at reduced capacity due to unofficial overtime strikes over pay

Firefighters and paramedics in Dublin want their overtime rate raised to 1.5 times regular pay, in line with the rest of the country and the Dublin City Council standard.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 25 July, 2017

Dublinbikes stations back in action after connection fault

A total of 36 bike stations were affected by the fault yesterday.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 20 July, 2017

'It could take 180 years to clear the Dublin city housing list'

Council housing is allocated based on need, age, income and right to live in Ireland on a long-term basis.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 12 July, 2017

Ballymun to be the site of 2,000 more homes to fight the housing crisis

Plans were approved last night by Dublin City Council.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 4 July, 2017

Varadkar to bring in price regulation if operators hike up bin charges

Fianna Fáil has tabled a motion on bin charges in the Dáil this evening.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 1 July, 2017

Clamping complaints: The most common areas and offences for Dublin City Council

DCC received 63 complaint about clamping from May 2016 to May of this year.

# dublin-city-council - Thursday 29 June, 2017

Temple Bar traders have some concerns about the new College Green civic plaza

The new plaza will see the area directly in front of the entrance to Trinity College Dublin largely pedestrianised.

The claims and counterclaims at the heart of the bitter Dublin Town row

A group of businesses want to do away with the city improvement scheme.

'Parking protected' cycle lanes move one step closer to reality in Dublin city Georgian Parkway This post contains videos

'Parking protected' cycle lanes move one step closer to reality in Dublin city

The proposed design would see parked cars create a buffer between cyclists and traffic.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 26 June, 2017

This man is the new Lord Mayor of Dublin city

Mícheál Mac Donncha was elected as the new Lord Mayor this evening.

# dublin-city-council - Wednesday 21 June, 2017

How does a person end up owning land that belonged to Dublin City Council?

Cases of adverse possession are quite common in Ireland.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 20 June, 2017

20 people living in Dublin city building to leave the property over fire safety concerns

A family and about a dozen students have been living in the building.

Dublin's new 'stationless' bike company has stalled its launch over council concerns

The local authority warned the public that BleeperBike didn’t have its consent to operate.

'Some kind of penalty may be necessary' - new campaign may mean fines for blocking footpaths

A new disabilities campaign launched yesterday will see increased efforts made to keep Dublin’s footpaths clear for those with disabilities.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 19 June, 2017

Residents hit out at 'disgusting' illegal dumping in Dolphin's Barn

“Some people just put rubbish on the street because they know the council will come and take it away.”

Hoax statement made by Dublin Lord Mayor to raise disability awareness

Dublin City Council released a false statement suggesting people with disabilities may be allowed use cycle lanes.

# dublin-city-council - Saturday 17 June, 2017

Taking rundown Dublin buildings and turning them into homes

A homelessness charity sees vacant or derelict sites as a way of alleviating the homelessness crisis.

# dublin-city-council - Friday 16 June, 2017

Council says new 'stationless bike' company does not have permission to operate in Dublin

The Council said it understands that the stationless bike sharing app BleeperBike intends to launch its service this weekend.

Dublin woman now owns a quarter acre back garden due to council oversight

The woman’s grandfather had previously paid rent on and kept the land.

# dublin-city-council - Tuesday 13 June, 2017

Councillors vote to name street in honour of Savita Halappanavar but it's unlikely to go ahead soon

Current Dublin City Council rules prevent a street being renamed until 20 years after a person’s death.

# dublin-city-council - Monday 12 June, 2017

Dublin City councillors want real-time emissions data from the Poolbeg incinerator

Three investigations are ongoing after eleven workers at the plant were taken to hospital last week.

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