In recent years Dublin has suffered the effects of an economic downturn, including unemployment, emigration and the closure of many of its once bustling shops and restaurants. Housing is less expensive than it was during the booming Celtic Tiger years, from the late 1990s until 2008, but in 2013 pri...

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Underground river to be uncovered in Dublin campus.

The city council has announced plans to uncover a
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M50 barrier-free tolling system.

The National Roads Authority (NRA) has warned that at least two months of
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New literary festival for Dublin.

Trinity College Dublin is to host the first edition of the Sunday Independent
Dublin News

Giant Gormley statue for Liffey Quay.

A 46 m-high black steel lattice statue by Turner Prize-winning artist Anthony Gormley is to be erected on the River Liffey at City Quay. Planning permission for the proposed sculpture of a human has b...
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Dublin gets new lord mayor.

Former secondary school teacher Eibhlin Byrne has been elected as the 339th lord mayor of Dublin. The Fianna F
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First gay rights lessons at Dublin primary school.

Griffith Barracks multi-denominational school in Dublin
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IT courses for Dublin’s elderly.

Dublin city council in conjunction with Age Action Ireland has set up the
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Green light for Dublin’s national sports campus.

Work is to begin next year on the long-awaited National Sports Campus in Abbotstown, west Dublin. The first phase of the new
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Dublin water mains get overhaul.

Approximately 280 km of Dublin
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Report slams conditions at National Museum in Dublin.

Storage conditions for priceless artefacts housed in the National Museum of Ireland
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Women-only taxis in Dublin.

As of 1 March, a new Dublin taxi company staffed exclusively by women drivers will offer a female-friendly service for women passengers who feel safer and more comfortable with a driver of their own s...
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Dublin’s historic Arnotts to get revamp.

The famous Arnotts department store on Henry Street in central Dublin is to be developed into a
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Dublin’s drinking water.

The Environmental Protection Agency
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Democrats Global Primary, Dublin.

The Democrats Global Primary, the first time in American history that a political primary to be held abroad, will take place on
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Dublin cleans up.

Dublin city councillors have voted in a three-year litter management plan to give the Irish capital a much-needed clean-up. The
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Homelessness in Dublin.

Just over 100 people are sleeping rough in Dublin City compared with 185 in 2005, local charity the Homeless Agency has said. However, according to the agency's latest audit of emergency accommodation...
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Dublin traffic: Barrier-free tolling for M50 motorway.

Barrier-free tolls are to be operational on the M50 motorway
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Easter Rising: Time capsule uncovered in Dublin cemetery.

A cylindrical lead time capsule dedicated to the rebels of the 1916 Easter Rising has been discovered in the masonry of a monument in Dublin
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Dublin Bay development: Report on Dublin Bay.

A report commissioned by the Dublin city council has proposed major development works in Dublin Bay including a tidal barrage structure to save the city from
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New terminal at Dublin airport approved.

Irish planning board An Bord Pleanala has finally approved plans to build a


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