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Sink or swim: Ireland's public swimming pools need a lifeline - here's why
Call to tackle 'significant underrepresentation' of women in senior council roles
Foreman, accused of pushing co-worker down stairs and kicking him in the head, fails in appeal against demotion
Council told to pay Traveller family €20,000 after refusing them access to housing list
Worker alleged to have taken 202 days sick leave in five years loses unfair dismissal case
'It's a gagging order': Department tells councillors not to discuss private planning applications
Cork councillor with young baby back at work after discovering she's not entitled to maternity leave
'Follow him home and burn him out': Records reveal abuse and assaults suffered by traffic wardens
'Dr Seuss or a librarian in Cashel?': Council workers are having the craic on Twitter today
Why does Starbucks keep opening stores without planning permission?
'Progress' has been made with residents over Rockville Drive halting site
Moyross Priest slams "scandalous" demolition of houses in Limerick
The Meath councillor dishing out grit from the boot of his car
Workers threaten to strike over Roscommon Council's 'bullyboy tactics'
The cleanest town in Ireland is...
Irish Water is asking councils for information on their tenants
Galway County Council calls on Government to suspend water charges
Literacy to be targeted with the 'priority it deserves' at local level
It's easier than you think to turn an empty building into a creative space
How does your local council spend its money?
Opinion: We can't afford to take a single job for granted, as recent painful history has shown
Peter Hynes
Dublin City Council to take over Ballymun Shopping Centre
It's older than the Renaissance and printed books, but after 817 years Limerick City Council is no more
Piers and harbours around the country are getting a facelift with €23m funding
30 Dublin councillors don't know how they feel about a directly-elected mayor
Here's how much Poolbeg is worth now (and how much has been spent on it)
Local Government Fund expenditure estimated at €1.21bn this year
It’s over: Dublin water restrictions to be lifted from tonight
Mortgage holders who give up homes in arrears will be allowed on housing lists
The 4 October referendums: Just five days to make sure you're registered
Outgoing Sligo county manager will receive €270,000 severance package
New €32 million investment in over 260 social housing units
Column: This property tax is callous and a breach in democratic norms
Kieran Allen
Dublin Lord Mayor: "I have a professional disregard for the legal classes"
The Evening Fix... now with added tweets from ten years ago
Poll: Have you experienced anti-social behaviour in your area?
Hogan rules out extension to household charge registrations
Less than a million properties registered for household charge
Homeowners warned over bogus household charge collectors
12 jobs lost as clamping ends in Cork