Dublin

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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Dublin street artist decorates Brown Thomas

Dublin street artist decorates Brown Thomas Maser designs window displays at historic Dublin store Ireland's best known street artist has been commissioned to decorate one of the country's most hi...
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Charity shops to open on Grafton Street

Charity shops will now be allowed to open on Dublin's main shopping thouroughfare Grafton St, following a decision taken by Dublin city council. Councillors had been asked to consider the introduction...
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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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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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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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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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City Centre Traders Against Bus Gate

The Dublin City Business Association (DCBA), which represents 4000 retailers, has called on Dublin Corporation to re-evaluate its new bus gate system. In place since 27 July, the scheme bans all traff...
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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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Ikea to open in Dublin

After a lengthy dispute over traffic access from the M50, Dublin's first Ikea outlet is to open in July. Situated in Ballymun, it will employ about 500 people. As its managerial and supervisory positi...
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Dundrum shopping centre extension gets go ahead.

The second phase of a major shopping centre in South Dublin is to go ahead despite Ireland's economic downturn. Stage Two of Dundrum Town Centre will require significant demolition of existing prope...
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