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# Dublin City Council

This year
'Five of us are in a two bed flat full of mould': Oliver Bond residents speak out
Gayle Cullen said that residents are literally “sick waiting”, as their flats are difficult to keep warm.
Councillor clarifies claim about now-closed alleyway being used during Dublin riots
Letters from locals over Dublin city centre laneway tell of open drug use and public sex
Councillors on Monday voted to close public access to the Harbour Court laneway in Dublin.
Letters from the public detail harrowing stories of open drug use, human excrement, stenches of urine and public sex.
The laneway has been the focus of local concerns for years.
One business owner said they have been dealing with issues in the laneway since the late 1980s.
'Unsafe' laneway in Dublin City closed due to anti-social behaviour
Last year
Debunked: Dublin City Council did not rename 'Winter Lights' to avoid mentioning Christmas
Richard Shakespeare replaces Owen Keegan as Chief Executive of Dublin City Council
Works begin on redevelopment of O’Devaney Gardens to create 1,000 new homes
Toll charges on East Link Bridge in Dublin to increase in January
Clerys Christmas window display unveiled as council seeks to attract shoppers to city centre again
Dublin City has twinned with Ramallah in Palestine
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre, organisers say
Christmas ceremonies around Dublin get underway this weekend
Dublin City councillors clash over next steps after failed 'peace flag' motion creates confusion
Confusion over Palestinian and peace flag votes at Dublin City Council
'People don't know what's being lost': Calls for more notice after trees felled in Dublin city
Dublin City Council calls on citizens to report stockpiling for Halloween bonfires
Dublin City Council to appoint 'Storyteller in Residence' with aim of 'inspiring young readers'
DCC one step closer to 'taking back control' of bin collection, as Oireachtas working group set up
Council and Fáilte Ireland 'strongly disagreed' with month-long St Patrick's Day Festival plan
Phil Lynott statue needs repairs after being damaged by fans' plectrum tributes
Dublin City Council refuse planning permission for new hotel in Temple Bar
Scammers targeting renters in arrears 'preying on the most vulnerable'
'Please don't' message painted on Molly Malone statue - but tourists undeterred
Nearly 50 cars clamped near Croke Park on All-Ireland days this summer as DCC reveal blackspots
Molly Malone statue vandalised for the second time in a week
Development at 'white water rafting' site at stalemate as council 'in limbo'
Dublin City Council unveils plaque to James Connolly at his former Ringsend home
'Nightmare on matchdays’: Lack of parking and unruly spectators ‘irritating’ Croke Park residents
On-lead and off-lead dog zones proposed for Dublin park 'so elderly feel safe'
An Bord Pleanála overturns two council decisions to approve controversial development in Booterstown
Dublin's Parliament Street will be traffic-free every weekend from today until late August
Residents object to proposed sound barrier at Portobello Wetherspoons 'taller than Berlin Wall'
Dublin City Council planning to refurbish buildings to create dozens of new artist spaces
Dublin's Parliament Street to go traffic-free each weekend over July and August
Dublin City Council begins project to upgrade over 40,000 public lights
Private cars banned from driving through College Green from today
Almost half of objections to Dublin City Council against new land-hoarding tax were successful
Plans lodged for new seven storey hotel on Dublin city's Camden Row
Work begins on 18-month project to improve Dublin's Temple Bar square area