The Green Party expects to secure a sizeable chunk of the vote in the upcoming poll, says Elaine Loughlin.
Irish Water expects the notice to be in place for a number of days after heavy rain affected water quality at the Leixlip Treatment Plant.
Irish Water and Fingal County Council have been criticised by a report into last week's 'boil water' notice.
They staged a mock boat race on Westmoreland Street - with some wearing wetsuits and snorkels to highlight rising sea levels due to climate change.
Transport Minister Shane Ross has been accused of "attack-dog politics" over a video he posted about his new electric car.
Dublin MEP Ciarán Cuffe is urging both sides in the Ryanair dispute to return to mediation talks.
Irish Water need to put a plan in place urgently to stop wastewater leaks into Dublin Bay, according to a Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown county councillor.
A Green Party MEP does not believe building housing on reclaimed land in Dublin Bay is a viable option.
A Green MEP says older vehicles should be banned to improve air quality in Ireland.
Traders in Dublin city centre will have to pay €630 a year to use sandwich boards to promote their business.
A Green MEP has said someone should lose their job if they do not increase the number of people using public transport to head to Croke Park.
The Green MEP was speaking after the incoming Commission President Ursula von der Leyen made bold pledges on the issue.
Six seats next general election could see the Greens in government again, even if some party members are still bruised by their previous experience of coalition.
Delegates at its National Conference in Dublin have heard promises of a future they can believe in - with 'a party of hope'.
The Green Party’s Grace O’Sullivan has secured the fourth seat in Ireland South, with Fine Gael MEP Deirdre Clune taking the fifth, so-called Brexit seat.
The man who topped the poll in the recent European Election in Dublin claims the recent increase in air-pollution in Ireland could cause people to die early.
Independent Clare Daly has pledged to “rattle the cages of those in authority” after being elected to the European Parliament in the constituency of Dublin.
Ciarán Cuffe has put his success in the European Elections down to the "young vote."
Independent Clare Daly has insisted she will fight for a seat in Dublin amid suggestions a row over transfers in the European elections could go to the courts.
A row over the transfer of votes and the so-called 'cold storage' Brexit seat has brought a halt to counting in the European elections in Dublin.
Fine Gael's Frances Fitzgerald has been elected to the European Parliament after the 14th count for the Dublin constituency.
The country has been placed on red alert for an early general election this year, with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar insisting he “can’t rule it out”.
Ciarán Cuffe’s was on the verge of a landmark win for the Green Party in the European elections in Dublin last night after topping the poll on the first count.
Green leader Eamon Ryan has called for a series of rainbow alliances with other parties following his party’s historic election wins.
You could sum up the one recurring negative comment about the ‘Green Wave’ thus: “Oh, the Greens are going to come after us and take our cars from us and make us get up on our bikes or go on public transport.”
Green Party candidate Ciaran Cuffe has topped the poll in the Dublin constituency.
Counting is under way in the European elections where the Greens could pick up as many as three seats.
Results of the votes here will not be announced until 10pm tonight due to a European-wide embargo.
Latest: Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has suggested Leo Varadkar could be facing a worse local election performance than Enda Kenny.
Green Party councillor Ciaran Cuffe is set to top the Dublin European constituency by a shock landslide after Fine Gael's Frances Fitzgerald suffered a surprise slump in the polls.
The likely MEP elections Green gallop and a predicted left-leaning parties transfer trend could kick-start a debate about a long-overdue Irish "progressives" political bloc, writes political correspondent Fiachra Ó Cionnaith.
European election candidates had spent almost €60,000 combined on Facebook advertising up to last Sunday, figures made available by the social media giant have revealed.
Green TDs have accused other election candidates of “hijacking” their campaign issues as the party urges voters, both young and old, to give them their number ones on Friday.
There are two sleeps left to local and European elections on Friday.
Efforts will be made to protect wildlife under the new Bus Connects plans in Dublin.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar must scrap the Government's 2040 national development plan if he is serious about climate change, Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has said.
An adult shop on Dublin's Dorset Street has been ordered to remove images of women dressed in skimpy outfits from its window display.
"A parliament or institution is only going to be sexy if it is doing things that are relevant to people's lives. Otherwise, it's not going to be particularly attractive."
More than 42 people will be expected to share a kitchen if plans to build a new co-living apartment building in Dublin is approved.
On May 24 we will be asked to cast our votes in three important elections.
The protestors are calling on the government to take action to reduce the impact of climate change on the environment.
Dublin City Council is to introduce a licensing system for retailers wanting to use sandwich boards on public footpaths to promote their business in a bid to control the growing number of advertising signs on city streets.
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has been slammed for doing a U-turn on measures to sell properties with tenants in situ to protect wealthy landlords and investors.
It aims to ease traffic congestion and reduce carbon emissions.
Coca-Cola has criticised organisers of an event in Dublin for the scale of litter that was left behind.
Overnight water restrictions will apply to almost every part of Greater Dublin from Monday.
Dublin Bus could be launching 24-hour bus routes later this year.
Cyclists in Dublin have held protests along two of the city's busiest bike lanes.
A new plan to create a pedestrian friendly space right in the heart of Dublin has been officially launched.
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