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Culture Night

25 September 2009. Dublin celebrates Culture Night in 124 different locations including St Stephen
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Arthur Guinness Stamp Issued

The 250th anniversary of the Guinness Brewery has been commemorated by An Post, the Irish postal service, with a special postage stamp. A timeless Dublin landmark, the brewery at St James's Gate was f...
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Seals Attack Swimmers

Swimmers at Dun Laoghaire's Forty Foot, Dublin bay's famous swimming venue, have been victims of a spate of unprecedented attacks by seals. It is thought the attacks are being perpetrated by bull seal...
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Bicycle Scheme Comes to Dublin

By mid-September Dublin will join the growing list of European capital cities which encourage the use of the bicycle as a mode of transport in the city centre. Under the scheme, Dublin Corporation wil...
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Alley Theatre Discovered in Temple Bar

Artefacts belonging to Temple Bar's Smock Alley theatre (once known as Smoke Alley theatre) including part of the original building, have been discovered by archaeologists. The theatre, which dates fr...
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Railway Viaduct Collapses

Rail commuters had a lucky escape when a potentially serious rail tragedy was averted as a viaduct collapsed into North Dublin's Broadmeadow estuary, between Malahide and Donabate. The incident in...
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Railway viaduct collapses

Rail commuters had a lucky escape when a potentially serious rail tragedy was averted as a viaduct collapsed into North Dublin's Broadmeadow estuary, between Malahide and Donabate. The incident in...
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Stage set for Dublin's new theatre

The stage floorboards of Dublin's newest theatre have been ceremonially put in place at a media gathering involving Irish actor and honorary theatre director Gabriel Byrne. The theatre is located in t...
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Leinster Lawn to be restored

The garden of Leinster House, the seat of D
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Rush hour ban on Dublin centre city traffic

Plans to divert private cars from Dublin's College Green could result in major traffic disruption on Monday 27 July. In an effort to boost flagging sales in the city centre, traffic planners at Dubl...
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Dublin Prices Vary

The Worldwide Cost of Living Survey has ranked Dublin as the 25th most expensive of 143 cities, a drop of nine places since 2008. Conducted by Mercer to help multinational companies estimate rates of...
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Abbey Theatre in Difficulty

Ireland's national theatre, The Abbey, finds itself in the midst of major restructuring and is making a quarter of its staff redundant. Although Abbey director Fiach MacConghail has stressed that...
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Government tackles unemployment.

The Irish government is to invest up to
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Luas passenger decline

In a further sign of the times, passenger numbers using Dublin's tram service, the 'Luas' have fallen by almost 2.5 million so far this year. A statement from the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) has...
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Irish show more support for Lisbon Treaty

The Irish government will be relieved to hear that support for the Lisbon Treaty is beginning to consolidate, as numbers intending to vote yes in the referendum later this year continue to grow. In...
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Dublin to have elected mayor

For the first time since the foundation of the state, Dublin will have a directly elected mayor by 2011, with similar powers to those of the mayor of London. Announcing the news, minister for the envi...
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National Gallery Purchases Orpen Painting

The National Gallery of Ireland has acquired a magnificent portrait by Sir William Orpen, of the famous Irish tenor Count John McCormack. Bought in London at Christie's, the gallery paid
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Queues for Affordable Housing in the Docklands

In scenes not witnessed since the height of Dublin's property boom, hundreds of people have been queuing for days in the hope of buying a home. About 800 people, all of them candidates for affordable...
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Supermarket price wars

A move by Tesco, the largest retail chain in the republic, to reduce 12,500 prices in 11 of its stores along the border with Northern Ireland has prompted an all-out supermarket price war. The strag...
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Irish homeless increase

Dublin-based charity, Trust, has reported that Irish homeless people now outnumber non-Irish homeless people presenting every morning for hot showers and medical services. This change in ratio is in s...
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