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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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# outages
Major media and government websites live again after outage across several countries
Fastly, one of the world’s major content delivery networks, said a “fix has been applied” after an outage across its global network.
# what to do
From dinosaurs to warrior scarecrows: 16 intriguing events to check out this National Heritage Week
There’s plenty of fun to be had and unusual sights to see as the annual heritage week kicks off.
# A long time coming
After a decade of promises, work finally begins on O'Devaney Gardens regeneration
The first phase of the development will deliver 56 homes.
# accounts removed
White nationalist extremism being blocked from online social networks
Online chat rooms were used to help organise the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
# my social media life
Aodhan Ó Riordáin's life online: 'I accidentally tweeted one word - #horny'
Well-known Irish names tell us about their life on the internet.
# Pentagon
The Pentagon wants hackers to break into its website - for money
It will give cash to people who can find weaknesses on the site.
# Homeless
Modular housing set to be delayed after Dublin City Council cancels tender over 'technical issue'
A new tender was issued today.
# Sexual Offences
Is your child safe online? New laws on the way to combat grooming
An RTÉ Investigations Unit programme showed the dangers posed to young teens online.
# Unesco
Here are the sites vying for World Heritage status
And you’ll want to visit them all.
# lying idle
Dublin city has 300 vacant sites despite needing over 37,000 housing units
Will Dublin City Council be liable for the undeveloped site levy? They’re not sure.
# ancient ireland
Hidden Ireland: Ancient Ireland's secrets unveiled
You’ll be inspired to take a trip to your local heritage site after reading this.
# Conservation
This group is digitally preserving the world’s heritage sites for future generations
War and natural disasters are causing destruction so a non-profit organisation plans to digitally scan 500 heritage sites over the next five years.
# Ireland
What’s your favourite heritage site?
Heritage Week begins today. There are many sites to choose from, but what do you think is the best?
# Unesco
Timbuktu tomb destruction condemned by UNESCO
Islamist hardliners in northern Mali have claimed responsibility for what UNESCO termed “repugnant acts” of destruction on historical sites.
# bad planning
The 9 worst councils in Ireland's planning system
An Taisce has rated planning systems in 34 city and county councils. Nine of them got an ‘F’ grade.