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Dart Opens in Clongriffin

The status of Ireland's newest town Clongriffin has been confirmed with the opening of a
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Natural History Museum Reopens

After a three year period of closure forced by the collapse of a marble staircase in 2007, Dublin's National History Museum has reopened. Museum officials had originally sought to capitalise on th...
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Dublin caters for Record Number of Cruise Liners

Dublin Port is bracing itself for the expected arrival of 86 cruise ships between now and the end of the year, generating up to
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Carlton Cinema Becomes 'Dublin Central'

O'Connell Street's Carlton Cinema site is to be developed as 'Dublin Central' with planning permission granted for a new pedestrian access route designed to open up the city centre. Beginning on Upper...
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Electric Cars in Dublin

Ireland's first on-street charging points for electric vehicles (EVs) have become operational in Dublin. The four points are located in the city centre: one on Molesworth Street, one on Adelaide Road...
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Grand Canal Theatre Opens in Dublin

Dublin's new state of the art Grand Canal Theatre has opened with a sell-out production of Swan Lake by the Bolshoi ballet company. The theatre, which was designed by 'starchitect' Daniel Libeskind an...
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Dart Underground Plan Unveiled

In a radical overhaul of Dublin's rail infastructure, the Dart Underground proposal would link Docklands Station with Heuston Station via Pearse Street and Christchurch. The
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New Cycle Lanes for Dublin

Dublin City Council (DCC) has approved the construction of a
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Convicts remove Dublin graffiti

Over the coming months, convicted criminals will be seen removing graffiti from buildings in Dublin's city centre. The pilot project is a collaborative venture between Dublin City Council (DCC) and th...
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30km/hr Speed Limit in Centre

A reduced 30 km/hour speed limit has been introduced to all roads within Dublin's city centre. The area extends from Bolton St on the north-side to St Stephen's Green in the south, and from Church St...
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Dublin still hit by water shortages

Dublin city council is still battling with water shortages caused by pipes damaged by the cold weather at the beginning of January. Some areas of the city have severe restrictions, other are exper...
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Dublin still hit by water shortages

Dublin city council is still battling with water shortages caused by pipes damaged by the cold weather at the beginning of January. Some areas of the city have severe restrictions, other are exper...
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Dublin's new city plan

Central to the newly drafted city development plan is the proposal that no new lands in Dublin be rezoned for housing until after 2017. The plan, which has been released for public consultation, also...
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Ryanair to cut Dublin flights

The low-cost Irish airline has announced it will cut flights from Dublin airport by 20 per cent this summer. The cuts will mean both a loss of passengers at the height of the tourist season and of 150...
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Dublin Homeless Falls

An annual report has revealed that the amount of homeless people sleeping on Dublin streets has decreased. It found 60 people sleeping outdoors: 51 men, 6 women and 3 people of an indeterminable gende...
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Dublin to get elected mayor

Dublin could have its first elected mayor in June 2010 says the minister of the environment, John Gormley. According to a report in Ireland
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Dublin struggles with coldest weather for 40 years

Faced with severe weather conditions not witnessed in almost 40 years, areas of Dublin City have ground to a virtual standstill, with major disruptions caused to road and rail transport. The snow and...
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Samuel Beckett Bridge Opened

Dublin's newest bridge opened to traffic just before Christmas. Named in honour of Samuel Beckett, one of the capital's most famous sons, and designed by internationally renowned architect Santiago Ca...
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Dublin Christmas sales

Dublin's biggest department stores, Arnotts, Clerys and Brown Thomas, are breaking with tradition this year and will open their doors on Boxing Day. In doing so they hope to attract bargain-hunting sh...
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Dublin Christmas gift card

Dublin has become the first capital city in Europe to have its own city centre gift card. The Dublin-branded cards, which are blue in colour, feature the iconic Ha'penny Bridge and can be used in any...

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