White-water rafting attraction in Dublin gets go-ahead from councillors

White-water rafting attraction in Dublin gets go-ahead from councillors

Councillors in Dublin City have voted to let a controversial plan for a white-water rafting attraction go ahead at George's Dock in the north inner city.

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Dublin dementia home in danger of closing down due to lack of funds

Dublin dementia home in danger of closing down due to lack of funds

St John of Gods says it cannot afford to keep the 60 residential beds at St Joseph's in Shankill open.

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Pussycat Dolls announce Dublin gig for 2020 reunion tour

Pussycat Dolls announce Dublin gig for 2020 reunion tour

The Pussycat Dolls are set to go on tour for the first time in more than a decade.

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Dublin City Council vote to increase commercial rates as they pass budget

Dublin City Council vote to increase commercial rates as they pass budget

It was voted through by 35 votes to 25 at a meeting in City Hall, after originally being put off last week.

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Dublin businesses fear rise in rates as city council due to vote on budget

Dublin businesses fear rise in rates as city council due to vote on budget

Councillors attached to the Dublin Agreement group want €8.4 million in Irish Water-related rates re-instated.

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Body of man found dead in burning car removed from scene

Body of man found dead in burning car removed from scene

A body has been discovered in a car which is on fire in Dublin.

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Dublin Lord Mayor vows to continue fighting proposed tolls and charges

Dublin Lord Mayor vows to continue fighting proposed tolls and charges

A vote last night on next year's budget, which could see increases to parking fees, tolls, commercial rates and council rents, was put back until Monday.

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Sinn Féin calls for emergency meeting with council over O’Devaney Gardens site

Sinn Féin calls for emergency meeting with council over O’Devaney Gardens site

Sinn Féin has called for an emergency meeting of Dublin City Council to discuss the furore surrounding a supposed housing agreement to redevelop the O’Devaney Gardens site in the north inner city.

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Business group under pressure after 'Grafton Quarter' backlash

Business group under pressure after 'Grafton Quarter' backlash

A sign welcoming shoppers to the Grafton Quarter has fallen foul of the public.

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Dublin family centre declared structurally unsound after being rammed by truck

Dublin family centre declared structurally unsound after being rammed by truck

A family centre in west Dublin has been declared structurally unsound by the HSE after being rammed by a truck earlier this week.

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Woman, 90s, dies in Dublin house fire

Woman, 90s, dies in Dublin house fire

Gardaí and fire services were called to the house in Corballis, near Dublin Airport, at around 11.20 last night.

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Dublin Cllr: City manager 'subservient' to Minster as toll and parking charges set to rise

Dublin Cllr: City manager 'subservient' to Minster as toll and parking charges set to rise

He was responding to a report that Dubliners are to face increased parking charges, tolls, social housing rents and commercial rates next year because of a failure to adequately fund the city.

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Luas trams operational again after 'technical problem' causes eight hour suspension

Luas trams operational again after 'technical problem' causes eight hour suspension

Luas trams are running again with delays in the west of the city after being suspended for eight hours earlier today.

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Two arrested in Dublin in connection with ATM fraud incidents

Two arrested in Dublin in connection with ATM fraud incidents

Two men have been arrested in Dublin in connection with a series of ATM fraud incidents.

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Nine-storey hotel approved for Clerys site in Dublin

Nine-storey hotel approved for Clerys site in Dublin

An extra two floors have been added to the development at a former warehouse on Earl Place just off O'Connell Street.

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Dublin hotel that has been shut for almost a decade bought by Austrian investor

Dublin hotel that has been shut for almost a decade bought by Austrian investor

TMR Hotel Collection announced today that it had acquired the 186-bedroom Tallaght Cross Hotel.

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Luxury hotel group Anantara takes over Dublin’s Marker

Luxury hotel group Anantara takes over Dublin’s Marker

DUBLIN is to be the third home in Europe for the luxury Anantara hotel brand, joining Anantara Vilamoura Algarve Resort in Portugal and the Anantara Villa Padierna Palace in Marbella, Spain.

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Call to report bonfire stockpiles following Dublin city centre blaze

Call to report bonfire stockpiles following Dublin city centre blaze

A major fire in Dublin city centre is believed to have started after a bonfire stockpile was set alight.

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Save our streets: Setting standards

Save our streets: Setting standards

It is impossible to walk along Dublin’s O’Connell St, our capital’s main street, and not wonder how such an elegant, well-proportioned, and beautiful thoroughfare has become such a shabby collection of fast food takeaways and bland international shopfronts.

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New stand for Tallaght Stadium announced alongside 20,000 capacity event venue plans

New stand for Tallaght Stadium announced alongside 20,000 capacity event venue plans

South Dublin County Council have announced plans for a new stand at Tallaght Stadium.

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Developer lodges fresh application for 650 apartments in Raheny

Developer lodges fresh application for 650 apartments in Raheny

A developer has lodged a fresh application for more than 650 apartments in Raheny in Dublin.

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Savoy Cinema owner objects to developer’s plan

Savoy Cinema owner objects to developer’s plan

The owners of the Savoy Cinema in Dublin have put the brakes on the Marlet Group amending its ambitious plans for the Apollo House, the College House, and Screen Cinema site on Pearse St.

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Council bosses in firing line over pay offs

Council bosses in firing line over pay offs

Demands have been made to clarify who knew what, and when, as concerns were raised over a potential unofficial policy to pay off criminals to ensure housing construction sites were not attacked.

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Increase in demand for taxi's from passengers travelling to and from Dublin Airport

Increase in demand for taxi's from passengers travelling to and from Dublin Airport

E-hailing app FREE NOW carried a record number of passengers to and from Dublin Airport in the third quarter of 2019, it has been revealed.

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