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#Dublin City Council

From TheJournal.ie Murder, drugs crimes, and other offences on the rise in Dublin region in the last 12 months Dublin's Fair City

Murder, drugs crimes, and other offences on the rise in Dublin region in the last 12 months

Begging offences on the streets of Dublin has decreased but some representatives said this does not reflect the reality.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin City Council is spending €16,250 a month to rent an empty building 21 Aungier Street

Dublin City Council is spending €16,250 a month to rent an empty building

There was opposition to using the building for homeless accommodation.

From TheJournal.ie A 'bit of a joke' or a 'big idea for the city'? Councillors defend decision to back Dublin's white-water rafting attraction IFSC

A 'bit of a joke' or a 'big idea for the city'? Councillors defend decision to back Dublin's white-water rafting attraction

The €22m project is expected to take 18 months to complete and development is expected to get under way next year.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin City Council to consider introducing 'exclusion zones' for election posters Election Posters

Dublin City Council to consider introducing 'exclusion zones' for election posters

Over 200 complaints were made about the location of posters during the local and European elections.

From TheJournal.ie Councillors reject motion to have support for O'Devaney Gardens redevelopment project rescinded Controversial

Councillors reject motion to have support for O'Devaney Gardens redevelopment project rescinded

The O’Devaney project will see a number of new homes developed, including social and affordable housing.

From TheJournal.ie Councillors vote in favour of €22 million white-water rafting facility in Dublin's IFSC All Aboard

Councillors vote in favour of €22 million white-water rafting facility in Dublin's IFSC

Dublin Fire Brigade addressed Councillors in the council chamber this evening.

From TheJournal.ie 'Christmas can be a very lonely time of the year': People asked to look out for the elderly this winter ALONE

'Christmas can be a very lonely time of the year': People asked to look out for the elderly this winter

The advice comes as part of the Dublin City Council and Alone’s cold weather initiative.

From TheJournal.ie Plans to cut speed limits to 30km/h in 'all residential areas' in Dublin Go Slow

Plans to cut speed limits to 30km/h in 'all residential areas' in Dublin

Dublin City Council will vote on the proposals this week.

From TheJournal.ie €100,000 allocated to free period products in Dublin City Council budget Pads And Tampons

€100,000 allocated to free period products in Dublin City Council budget

The initiative was trialed in Dublin city last year.

From TheJournal.ie 'I'm sick of being railroaded': Angry scenes as locals meet to oppose State's largest homeless hostel Avalon House

'I'm sick of being railroaded': Angry scenes as locals meet to oppose State's largest homeless hostel

Avalon House in Dublin 2 is set to become a 150-bed homeless hostel in January.

From TheJournal.ie This is what the new white-water rafting attraction at Dublin's IFSC will look like First Look

This is what the new white-water rafting attraction at Dublin's IFSC will look like Exclusive

The €22m project is expected to take 18 months to complete and development is expected to get under way next year.

From TheJournal.ie Extinction Rebellion: Parks chief was worried removal of Merrion Square camp would look 'aggressive' Protest Camp

Extinction Rebellion: Parks chief was worried removal of Merrion Square camp would look 'aggressive'

The camp was set up by protesters during a week of demonstrations last month.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin councillors will vote next month on whether to reverse controversial O'Devaney Gardens decision Dublin City Council

Dublin councillors will vote next month on whether to reverse controversial O'Devaney Gardens decision

Dublin City Council held a special meeting to discuss the development.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin councillors vote to pass annual budget amid finance row Dublin City Council

Dublin councillors vote to pass annual budget amid finance row

Rates for businesses will increase under the new budget.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin businesses facing 'unfair' rates hike as city council set to vote on annual budget Dublin City Council

Dublin businesses facing 'unfair' rates hike as city council set to vote on annual budget

Councillors were warned last week that a shortfall in the council’s budget requires “significant additional income”.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin City Council considers re-trial of street recycling bins Waste Management

Dublin City Council considers re-trial of street recycling bins

The council previously trialed the idea at two city centre locations in 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Explainer: Why a row over the annual budget could see Dublin councillors replaced by a 'city commissioner' Under Pressure

Explainer: Why a row over the annual budget could see Dublin councillors replaced by a 'city commissioner'

Dublin Councillors deferred a Budget vote on Monday to allow for further discussion with the Government.

From TheJournal.ie 'This is a battle over the future of public housing': Councillors set for showdown over O'Devaney Gardens Inertia Creeps

'This is a battle over the future of public housing': Councillors set for showdown over O'Devaney Gardens

Bartra has been contracted to build 768 houses and apartments on the site.

From TheJournal.ie Some pensioners in South Dublin to be hit with council house rent rise of more than €600 Rent Hike

Some pensioners in South Dublin to be hit with council house rent rise of more than €600

“Multi-person households” that include pensioners will not receive the €10 weekly discount.

From TheJournal.ie How Dublin plans to use tech to reduce carbon emissions Business And Climate

How Dublin plans to use tech to reduce carbon emissions

The city is using insights from Google to help tackle the climate crisis.

From TheJournal.ie Plans to redevelop property at centre of controversial 'Take Back the City' eviction into new home North Frederick Street

Plans to redevelop property at centre of controversial 'Take Back the City' eviction into new home

Activists were controversially evicted from the property in September last year.

From TheJournal.ie O'Devaney Gardens: Fresh plans in doubt as Minister raises concerns over funding and legal issues O'Devaney Gardens

O'Devaney Gardens: Fresh plans in doubt as Minister raises concerns over funding and legal issues

Bartra has been contracted to build 768 houses and apartments on the site.

From TheJournal.ie Two new locations added to line up for this year's Christmas light display on iconic Dublin buildings Winter Wonderland

Two new locations added to line up for this year's Christmas light display on iconic Dublin buildings

There will be 14 light projections on buildings like The GPO and bridges like the Samuel Beckett bridge next month.

From TheJournal.ie Councillors give the green light to white-water rafting facility in Dublin city centre Water Sports

Councillors give the green light to white-water rafting facility in Dublin city centre

Members of the central area committee approved the plans.

From TheJournal.ie UK company outlines plans for new hotel and co-living development in Dublin's Liberties Liberties

UK company outlines plans for new hotel and co-living development in Dublin's Liberties

The proposed development would see 69 new co-living units situated in Dublin 8.

From TheJournal.ie How O'Devaney Gardens went from 100% public housing to a 'less than perfect' redevelopment O'Devaney Gardens

How O'Devaney Gardens went from 100% public housing to a 'less than perfect' redevelopment

On Monday, councillors voted to push forward with the redevelopment of the site on Dublin’s northside.

From TheJournal.ie Zero dog fouling fines issued by council so far this year (78 were issued back in 2016) Dublin City

Zero dog fouling fines issued by council so far this year (78 were issued back in 2016)

This year’s figure was confirmed in correspondence to Councillor Colm O’Rourke from Dublin City Council.

From TheJournal.ie Barrister appointed to investigate Dublin City Council 'protection money' allegations Anti-social Behaviour

Barrister appointed to investigate Dublin City Council 'protection money' allegations

Allegations emerged last month that a known criminal extorted money from building firms to pay for protection from anti-social behaviour.

From TheJournal.ie Councillors green light O'Devaney Gardens redevelopment after developer offers up 'affordable-rentals' Dublin 7

Councillors green light O'Devaney Gardens redevelopment after developer offers up 'affordable-rentals'

Councillors voted this evening on a deal with developer Bartra Capital.

From TheJournal.ie Council warns National Children's Hospital contractor about working hour breaches on site Complaints

Council warns National Children's Hospital contractor about working hour breaches on site

One local councillor says local residents feel “under siege” from the constant construction work near their homes.

From TheJournal.ie Developer set to offer up 'cost-rental' housing at O'Devaney site in bid to break planning deadlock Potential Breakthrough

Developer set to offer up 'cost-rental' housing at O'Devaney site in bid to break planning deadlock Exclusive

The plans could pave the way for councillors to agree to a new housing development on the site

From TheJournal.ie Gardaí investigating after derelict house badly damaged by Halloween bonfire stockpile blaze Clanbrassil Street

Gardaí investigating after derelict house badly damaged by Halloween bonfire stockpile blaze

Dublin Fire Brigade extinguished the blaze shortly after 5pm yesterday.

From TheJournal.ie 'Lives will be saved': Residents support use of helipad at Mater despite noise levels Emergency Transfers

'Lives will be saved': Residents support use of helipad at Mater despite noise levels

Authorities have estimated that the use of the helipad could save up to nine lives per year.

From TheJournal.ie 'James Joyce did not wish to go back to Ireland': Head of Joyce Foundation says there would be 'resistance' to repatriation Portrait Of An Artist

'James Joyce did not wish to go back to Ireland': Head of Joyce Foundation says there would be 'resistance' to repatriation

Joyce is buried in a grave in Zurich with his wife Nora Barnacle and their son.

From TheJournal.ie Councillors table motion in bid to have James Joyce's remains returned to Ireland Ulysses

Councillors table motion in bid to have James Joyce's remains returned to Ireland

Councillors say they want to honour his memory while others worry it would be a money-making exercise.

From TheJournal.ie 'I wasn't aware of it': Tánaiste denies knowing protection money was being paid to criminals on construction sites Extortion

'I wasn't aware of it': Tánaiste denies knowing protection money was being paid to criminals on construction sites

The High Court heard that criminals extorted money from companies, including one building houses for Dublin City Council.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin City Council denies paying money to convicted criminal and launches its own investigation CAB

Dublin City Council denies paying money to convicted criminal and launches its own investigation

One of the companies that hired the two men was building houses for Dublin City Council.

From TheJournal.ie Three building firms paid protection money to drug dealer, court hears Ballyfermot

Three building firms paid protection money to drug dealer, court hears

One of the companies that hired the two men was building houses for Dublin City Council.

From TheJournal.ie Decision on development of O'Devaney Gardens site postponed by Dublin City Council Dublin

Decision on development of O'Devaney Gardens site postponed by Dublin City Council

Proposals to construct 800 housing units were set to be voted on by Dublin City councillors this evening.

From TheJournal.ie Council seeks operator to create 'tourist attraction' at Dublin's Fruit & Vegetable Market Dublin City Council

Council seeks operator to create 'tourist attraction' at Dublin's Fruit & Vegetable Market

The market off Capel Street closed in August after 130 years.

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