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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# going underground

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DUP MP Sammy Wilson 'offering no excuse' after he was photographed not wearing a face mask on London Tube
Those caught not wearing a mask on public transport in London can face a £200 fine.
Beneath the surface: the plan for a £15m underground shopping mall at the site of Nelson's Pillar
Details of the plan were released this week under the 30-year State Papers rule.
GAA club could lose pitch for up to six years due to Metrolink works
In total, the National Transport Authority reckons that 100 properties will be affected.
Plans for an office block that could scupper the entire Dart underground have been blocked
The property developer has appealed Dublin council’s planning decision to the national authority.
London Tube announcements will now say 'hello everyone' instead of 'ladies and gentlemen'
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said that he was aware that “some customers may not feel comfortable” with some station announcements.
Dublin's Port Tunnel is getting a new system to catch people speeding
The cameras calculate car speed based on how long it takes motorists to get through the tunnel.
Making history: 6.14 from Newbridge is first daily train through revamped Phoenix Park Tunnel
The tunnel was built in 1877 but until now it has rarely been used for daily passenger services.
There are no other (known) tunnels under the Phoenix Park
If you grew up in certain parts of the capital or with family members prone to spreading apocryphal stories, you may have heard something like this.
Niall Horan managed to take the Tube without anyone recognising him
And Directioners are freaking out.
These are the 17 most beautiful metro stations around the world
Some are works of art.
'Half-baked madcap proposal' - TD criticises proposed north Dublin pipeline project
Independent Dublin TD Tommy Broughan raised his concerns in the Dáil yesterday.
Could controversial power lines go underground? The government wants to find out
Pat Rabbitte announced that an independent commission will examine the possibility of putting high-voltage power lines underground instead of on large pylons.
Underground Ireland: our country's hidden structures
A host of architectural and archaeological gems lie beneath your feet – we’ve taken a closer look at some of them…
Mind the gap: Gunners' game with Wolves postponed due to tube strike
London Underground industrial action means that the St Stephen’s Day fixture is put back 24 hours.
Mind the gap: Arsenal game in doubt because of planned Tube strike
The Gunners say they are monitoring talks between tube drivers and London Underground chiefs as strike action remains on the cards.