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New arrivals at Dublin Zoo

Despite Ireland's arctic weather conditions, Dublin Zoo
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Docklands Christmas Market

3 - 22 December 2010. The theme of the fifth annual Docklands Christmas Market is based on the traditional German Christmas markets normally found in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. The Dublin market...
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Increase in number sleeping rough in Dublin

The annual count of homeless people by some 100 surveyors from Dublin's Homeless Agency found 70 people sleeping rough on the streets of the capital. Conducted on a single night in November between 01...
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Major revamp for Dublin's RTÉ

The Irish state broadcaster Raidi
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Parking for Dublin bicycles to reach 10,000

A scheme being overseen by Dublin City Council will increase the amount of bicycle parking stands in the city from the present 1,000 to 10,000 over the next ten years. 4,000 parking spaces are being a...
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New terminal to open on phased basis at Dublin Airport

On 19 November the new terminal (T2) opens at Dublin airport, on a phased basis. Dublin Airport Authority has stated that airlines including Ireland's national airline Aer Lingus, Etihad Airways (the...
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New Dublin mayor's role outlined

In what has been described as the most significant change in Irish local government since the 19th century, next year could see Dublin's mayor elected by citizens of the Dublin region. As well as havi...
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Dublin inner city to be regenerated

An inner-city area of Dublin is to be regenerated. Located on the south-side of the city, the area is parallel to the Grand Canal in the Portobello district. The regeneration scheme involves the d...
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Convention Centre Dublin opens

After a 13-year process of prolonged planning issues, the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD), Ireland's international conference and event venue, has finally opened. Situated on the North Wall Quay, it is...
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Dublin Contemporary 2011

in 2011 Dublin is to host the largest contemporary art event ever staged in Ireland. Modelled on Germany's internationally renowned Documenta Festival which began in 1955, organisers of 'Dublin Contem...
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Protected status for Dublin's Mountjoy Square

Mountjoy Square in Dublin's north inner city is to be declared an architectural conservation area by Dublin City Council. Considered the city
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Water Pumped into Dublin from West of Ireland

A controversial proposal to pump drinking water into Dublin from the river Shannon in the west of Ireland has been approved by Dublin city councillors. The plan involves pumping 350 million litres...
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Dublin Gets Giant Observation Wheel

A 60-metre high observation wheel has been unveiled next to the O2 Theatre in the Docklands area of Dublin. The brainchild of property developer Harry Crosbie, the 350 ton structure known as the Wheel...
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Super Dump for North County Dublin

A licence has been granted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for a highly controversial 'superdump' in the Lusk area of Fingal in north County Dublin. The licence contains over 250 conditio...
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Dublin Contemporary 2011

Next year Dublin is to host the largest contemporary art event ever staged in Ireland. Modelled on Germany's internationally renowned Documenta Festival which began in 1955, organisers of 'Dublin Cont...
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Bronze Age Treasures go on show in Dublin

Treasures from the early Bronze Age have been presented for the first time to the public at the National Museum. The 4,000 year old hoard consists of a gold necklace, known as a lunula, and two small...
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Point Village Market Opens

The Point Village Market has opened in the area surrounding the O2 concert venue in the heart of Dublin's Docklands. Featuring over 100 stalls, this is the biggest open market the city has seen since...
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New Arrivals in Dublin Zoo

Two new arrivals at Dublin Zoo have recently presented their credentials to the public. The monkeys, a white-crowned mangabey and a sulawesi crested macaque, were born in the zoo in April. Both animal...
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Aviva Stadium Opens

Dublin's Aviva Stadium has opened three years after its previous incarnation, Lansdowne Road, was demolished to make way for the state of the art new venue. The 50,000 seater stadium cost
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Full Steam Ahead for Dublin metro

The European Investment Bank has approved a

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