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This month
July 2024
FactCheck: Tánaiste says First Home Scheme can't be used for Oscar Traynor Road affordable homes
Row erupts between Green TD Neasa Hourigan and Dublin Mayor James Geoghegan over Transport Plan
Last month
June 2024
Who are the Green Party councillors who might run for Eamon Ryan's Dáil seat?
Asylum seekers staying in tents on Leeson Street moved on without offers of new accommodation
This year
2024
Dublin City Council votes against scrapping consultation that backed its big city centre traffic plan
Visually impaired councillor says he was accused of pretending to be blind
DCC councillors discussed the tents near Mount Street yesterday and let loose on the government
Dublin City Council to hold first ever meeting entirely in Irish, with live interpreting
Former DCC boss Owen Keegan to take top job at Residential Tenancies Board
New bowling alley for Dublin city centre as council grants planning permission
'Why are we letting it fall apart?': Criticism of likely 2026 finish for Iveagh Markets repairs
An Bord Pleanála approves plans for hotel and office in Heuston South Quarter, overturning DCC refusal
Dublin city 'Winter Lights' to be left on in some places through January to 'cheer everyone up'
Last year
2023
Debunked: Dublin City Council did not rename 'Winter Lights' to avoid mentioning Christmas
Dublin City Council refuse planning permission for new hotel in Temple Bar
Inchicore development with 578 new homes given planning permission green light
Dublin City Councillors decry the state of city centre streets and waste collection system
Dublin City Council begins project to upgrade over 40,000 public lights
DCC greenlights Dublin housing development but reduces height by two storeys
All time
RTÉ reports median gender pay gap of 13.5% among its staff
Dublin City Council carrying out investigations after complaints over LED billboard in Rathmines
Close to €50 million paid out by DCC for claims from trips and falls since 2017
Shelbourne look set to remain at Tolka Park following Dublin City Council recommendations
'Boosted' Covid pass comes into effect for EU travel from today
New Dublin development plan set to restrict the construction of Build to Rent apartments
Updated Covid Digital Certs reflecting booster vaccine to be issued from tonight
Complaints from people staying in Dublin homeless hostels jump from 34 in 2020 to 122 in 2021
Anthony Flynn's DCC seat may remain vacant if councillors can't agree on replacement
Criticism of Council vote in favour of approving Oscar Traynor development in north Dublin
No decision yet on 22 Oct easing, but suggestions Covid Pass system will be extended
Dublin City Council chief criticised for suggesting UCD SU should build houses to fix shortage
Dublin councillors at odds over filling Anthony Flynn's seat amid ICHH controversy
Dublin's homelessness authority to crack down on 'unofficial' services after ICHH scandal
People asked not to contact Digital Covid Cert helpline unless travelling within next 10 days
Extra Digital Covid Cert helpline set up after callers face difficulties getting in touch
Part of Sandymount Village to be pedestrianised for July and August
Dublin's Stephen's Green closes early as Gardaí respond to large crowds
'No point in fooling ourselves into telling people not to go out': Call for extended park opening hours
Beer and goading in Portobello: 'I've cleaned up s**t, I've seen more people pissing'
'Crack cocaine and heroin sales are astronomical': Oliver Bond residents 'living in fear'