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# public-spaces - Monday 31 May, 2021

Minister tells councils to put more bins in areas where people are gathering
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Minister tells councils to put more bins in areas where people are gathering

Updated May 31st 2021, 2:24 PM 59,743 Views 116 Comments

Yesterday saw gardaí clear large numbers of people from St Stephen’s Green as crowds gathered for a second night in a row in Dublin city centre.

# public-spaces - Saturday 16 May, 2020

Dublin City Council to re-open number of public services as Phase One begins on Monday
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# Public Spaces

Dublin City Council to re-open number of public services as Phase One begins on Monday

May 16th 2020, 1:59 PM 25,725 Views 35 Comments

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar yesterday confirmed that Phase One of easing restrictions will begin on Monday.

# public-spaces - Saturday 13 July, 2019

Do you like the Luke Kelly statue and motorway sculptures? This kind of art is getting a funding boost
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# Public Art

Do you like the Luke Kelly statue and motorway sculptures? This kind of art is getting a funding boost

Jul 13th 2019, 9:00 AM 27,773 Views 80 Comments

Percent for Art scheme aims to make art accessible to the general public.

# public-spaces - Wednesday 7 November, 2018

EU secures funding to roll out free WiFi hotspots to public spaces
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# Wifi4eu

EU secures funding to roll out free WiFi hotspots to public spaces

Nov 7th 2018, 6:15 AM 7,885 Views 6 Comments

Local authorities can apply for vouchers worth €15,000 to provide free public WiFi in town centres, parks, libraries and museums.

# public-spaces - Sunday 22 April, 2012

The hidden gems of Dublin architecture
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# Built Dublin

The hidden gems of Dublin architecture

Apr 22nd 2012, 6:30 PM 34,717 Views 34 Comments

Photographer and architecture graduate Lisa Cassidy spots the “beautiful, interesting, important or strange” in Dublin’s buildings and public spaces.