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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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Git and Bucko: A Cup final with the heart and soul of Dublin
Ahead of tomorrow’s FAI Cup final, The42 met Bohemians captain Keith Buckley and St Patrick’s Athletic playmaker Chris Forrester for a tour of the places closest to them in the capital.
Dubliners advised they can meet up with up to six people from another household in a public park
Dublin is to be moved to Level 3 of Covid-19 restrictions for the next three weeks.
'Really unbelievable': The statue of Luke Kelly has been vandalised again
The statue has been vandalised four times in the past year.
31 things that regularly put the fear of God in all Dubliners
Ever wanted to tell a story about your Dublin? Now's your chance
The Stories From The City events will see volunteers paired with mentors to help shape their ideas.
16 little indignities Dubliners must face each day
This city has it in for us.
Joyce thanks Yeats for his 'helping hand' in letters just bought by the State
Arts Minister Heather Humphreys said that an extra €500,000 had been allocated to acquire the letters.
19 things that unite all Northsiders and Southsiders
We can definitely agree on these things.
20 Things Every Dubliner Knows For Sure
Insider knowledge.
11 things that instantly annoy people from Dublin
The roars of the Viking Splash Tour as they pass you with their pointy hats.
13 people you encounter in Dublin every day
So many characters.
Dubliners have put forward their arguments on the North side vs South side debate
Tale as old as time…
12 little reasons why Dubliners are seriously sound
What a bunch.
How Well Do You Know These Famous Irish Songs?
You’ve been singing along with them for years, but how well do you *really* know the lyrics.
Dubliners describe what they love about the city
<3 Dublin.
Dublin's street life in 2014: Deeply human photos paint a picture of the capital
Cuddles, kids and characters in the fair city this year.
Dubliners said goodbye to the Metro Herald today - and things got emotional
We saw hugs, Christmas cards, a cheeky fiver, and plenty of sad faces on the streets this morning.
This map perfectly encapsulates how Dubliners perceive the rest of Ireland
It’s all farmers and stabbings, as far as they’re concerned.
'A snapshot of the city' - Dublin Daily will be your new favourite Instagram account
Black and white insights into the capital.
Celebrating 100 years of Dubliners
The masterpiece was published on 15 June 1914 after a nine-year fight with publishers.
Extract: Dubliners 100, a modern re-telling of Joyce's tales of life in the capital
Fifteen Irish writers have contributed to a modern re-telling of James Joyce’s classic short story collection, Dubliners, to mark the centenary of its publication.
Video column: The Ghost – remembering Patrick Kavanagh
The final episode of The Dubliners series features the poet singing “If Ever You Go To Dublin Town” in a recording made in 1963.
Video column: Remembering one of Ireland’s most controversial writers
In this the penultimate episode in The Dubliners series, Brendan Behan’s godson fondly remembers him.
Video column: The Writer – the life and work of Tim Pat Coogan
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan speak to writer and journalist Tim Pat Coogan.
Video column: The Chiropodist – an inside look at working life in Dublin's city centre
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan speak with Genevieve Kearins a chiropodist and business owner.
Video column: The Hairdresser – an inside look at working life in Dublin's city centre
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan speak with Corina O’Reilly, a former salon owner in the heart of the city.
The average number of Easter eggs we're giving this year is... three
Gimme dem eggs.
Video column: The Historian – a tribute to Dublin's Shane Mac Thomais
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan paint a picture of the characters of the capital.
Madonna, blaas and Dubliners: The week in numbers
Plus: How many people can’t name their MEP? Hint: A lot.
Over to you: Dubliners asked for their thoughts on a directly elected mayor
A plebiscite vote will be held next year asking Dubliners whether they want an elected mayor or not.
18 things every Dubliner knows for sure
Knowledge from the actual, real capital.
Column: Dubliners should pay more property tax - here's why...
Properties near the capital that have easy access to infrastructure and services should pay a higher price, writes Frank Convery.
Pro12: Conway and Leinster seeking revenge for September mauling in Galway
“If we allow Connacht a chance to dominate us, we’ll be punished,” said the young Leinster back.
If you know Dublin (or Cork), you'll know these things...
A Twitter geography test.
Pics: Why was 'James Joyce' at Dublin Airport?
Was he looking for a taxi maybe?
Joyce Tower set to reopen thanks to volunteer support
Staffing issues at Fáilte Ireland meant that the James Joyce site closed this summer.
VIDEO: The Republic of Ireland's official song for Euro 2012
“Make your mother proud, inflate your plastic hammer; Bate your bodhrán loud and learn your Polish grammar…”
The Dubliners to go ahead with concert
The band will dedicate their performance at the National Concert Hall this Friday to the late Barney McKenna.
Rare James Joyce letter to go under the hammer
The letter from Joyce to his friend, Italian writer Carlo Linati, sees the frustrated Irishman decry the censorship of his books.