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From TheJournal.ie Green Party set to be major player in Dublin City Council as Sinn Féin takes hit in first count Green Surge

Green Party set to be major player in Dublin City Council as Sinn Féin takes hit in first count

So far five Green Party candidates have been elected to Dublin City Council.

From TheJournal.ie 257-bed student housing complex on site of historical bakery in Dublin's north inner city given green light Student Housing

257-bed student housing complex on site of historical bakery in Dublin's north inner city given green light

The complex will be built near two other student developments in the area.

From TheJournal.ie HubSpot has hit a signage snag at its new Dublin docklands office Startups And Tech

HubSpot has hit a signage snag at its new Dublin docklands office

The US giant hopes to emblazon the 112,000 sq ft unit with four signs, including a ‘logo sculpture’.

From TheJournal.ie 21 candidates, seven seats: A night on the doorsteps in Dublin's most hotly contested council area Final Countdown

21 candidates, seven seats: A night on the doorsteps in Dublin's most hotly contested council area

Former TDs, a lord mayor and Dublin’s longest serving councillor are all in the mix.

From TheJournal.ie 'It's unjustifiable': Demolition of 19th-century Dublin distillers structure slammed by An Taisce Smithfield

'It's unjustifiable': Demolition of 19th-century Dublin distillers structure slammed by An Taisce

The 19th century structure was converted and refurbished in the 1970s.

From TheJournal.ie 101 problems: Election posters blocking traffic signals and obstructing paths in Dublin Dublin City Council

101 problems: Election posters blocking traffic signals and obstructing paths in Dublin

Most complaints are about posters being at a height that is too low or are obstructing traffic signals and signs.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin councillors approve cost-rental affordable housing scheme Cost Rental Model

Dublin councillors approve cost-rental affordable housing scheme

The scheme was approved at the council’s final monthly meeting this evening.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin carriage drivers say they're 'in limbo' and want Shane Ross's help with licence debacle Dublin City Council This post contains videos

Dublin carriage drivers say they're 'in limbo' and want Shane Ross's help with licence debacle

Since 2018 Dublin City Council no longer issue carriage drivers licences, which drivers say could lead to unlicensed operators and concerns for animal welfare.

From TheJournal.ie Pigs, chickens ... a pony called Moses. Take a tour of Dublin city's first public urban farm ST ANNES PARK This post contains videos

Pigs, chickens ... a pony called Moses. Take a tour of Dublin city's first public urban farm

Based in St. Anne’s Park in Raheny, the farm is free to the public.

From TheJournal.ie DCC's Keegan says criticism 'near hysterical' over him calling homeless services 'attractive' option Dublin City Council

DCC's Keegan says criticism 'near hysterical' over him calling homeless services 'attractive' option

That is according to correspondence obtained by TheJournal.ie under Freedom of Information.

From TheJournal.ie Company linked to Johnny Ronan sues Dublin City Council over height restriction guidelines Courts

Company linked to Johnny Ronan sues Dublin City Council over height restriction guidelines

The firm claims that two of its planning applications could be affected by the restrictions.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Creative spaces are under threat so councils must be proactive to ensure that the arts survive Opinion

Opinion: Creative spaces are under threat so councils must be proactive to ensure that the arts survive

Rents are sky-rocketing making spaces unaffordable for many artists. But with proper planning, we can protect the creative life of the city, writes Councillor Patrick Costello.

From TheJournal.ie DCC forfeited almost €90k in library fines to boost memberships Mighty Fines

DCC forfeited almost €90k in library fines to boost memberships

Dublin City Council abolished library fines at the start of this year.

From TheJournal.ie Hundreds suspended from housing lists for refusing multiple offers FOI

Hundreds suspended from housing lists for refusing multiple offers

Applicants are suspended if they refuse two offers of housing within a year.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin local election candidate criticised for using paper's likeness on campaign flyers Juliet O'Connell

Dublin local election candidate criticised for using paper's likeness on campaign flyers

O’Connell issued two styles of fliers in her constituency featuring an edited version of the paper’s front page and unauthorised use of the publication’s masthead.

From The42 Bohemians call on Tesco not to block Phibsborough regeneration project Impasse

Bohemians call on Tesco not to block Phibsborough regeneration project

An objection by the supermarket could see an attempt to redevelop the site scuppered, while plans for the stadium would still go ahead.

From TheJournal.ie 'Pizza boxes. Can we get rid of them too?': 'Reusable' culture isn't just about coffee cups Sustainability This post contains videos

'Pizza boxes. Can we get rid of them too?': 'Reusable' culture isn't just about coffee cups

The scheme launched at DCU and Trinity college today with hopes to expand into other parts of Dublin and Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie A Chinese city is paying for a new garden in a Dublin city park Garden Of Friendship

A Chinese city is paying for a new garden in a Dublin city park

The donators of the garden have requested that it is located in the park close to the Chinese embassy on Merrion Road.

From TheJournal.ie 'It's really heartbreaking': Dublin apartment owners vow to fight demolition of their homes for Metrolink College Gate

'It's really heartbreaking': Dublin apartment owners vow to fight demolition of their homes for Metrolink

70 city centre apartments are set to be acquired as part of the plans.

From TheJournal.ie 'Heart of our city': Dublin's 2019 Pride Parade will return to O'Connell Street Dublin Pride

'Heart of our city': Dublin's 2019 Pride Parade will return to O'Connell Street

Over 7,000 people from 150 groups will lead this year’s parade and march.

From TheJournal.ie Cyclists say new 5km Liffey cycle route will fix dangerous 'pinch points' along city bridges Dublin This post contains videos

Cyclists say new 5km Liffey cycle route will fix dangerous 'pinch points' along city bridges

Campaigner Paul Corcoran showed us some trouble spots that will be improved by the proposed route.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin council has awarded 'last-mile delivery' contracts to reduce congestion in the city Tourism And Transport

Dublin council has awarded 'last-mile delivery' contracts to reduce congestion in the city

UPS and WeDispatch are among the firms enlisted to provide the service.

From TheJournal.ie Two Irish authors shortlisted for €100,000 Dublin Literary Award, the world's most valuable annual fiction prize Dublin Literary Award

Two Irish authors shortlisted for €100,000 Dublin Literary Award, the world's most valuable annual fiction prize

Sally Rooney and Bernard MacLaverty are among the 10 shortlisted nominees.

From TheJournal.ie Plans for Dublin's 5km Liffey cycle route unveiled by NTA Liffey Cycle Route

Plans for Dublin's 5km Liffey cycle route unveiled by NTA

The 5km cycling route is estimated to cost over €20 million.

From TheJournal.ie Some 21% of newly homeless families in Dublin last year were non-EU citizens Homelessness

Some 21% of newly homeless families in Dublin last year were non-EU citizens

A Homeless Action Plan by Dublin City Council is due to be discussed by councillors later today.

From TheJournal.ie 80% surveyed in student accommodation in Dublin city are international students paying average €250 a week rent Dublin

80% surveyed in student accommodation in Dublin city are international students paying average €250 a week rent

A new report commissioned by DCC looks into student accommodation in the capital.

From TheJournal.ie After Urbo never launched any bikes, Dublin City Council will re-advertise its licence Startups And Tech

After Urbo never launched any bikes, Dublin City Council will re-advertise its licence

The stationless bike-share startup says it’s still ‘actively trying to get bikes on the street’.

From TheJournal.ie Planning appeal lodged for merger of Irish Yeast Company building with Victorian pub An Bord Pleanála

Planning appeal lodged for merger of Irish Yeast Company building with Victorian pub

An Bord Pleanála is due to make an appeal decision by 18 July.

From TheJournal.ie Hospitality firm loses appeal to run 8 short-term let apartments in Dublin without planning permission The Key Collections

Hospitality firm loses appeal to run 8 short-term let apartments in Dublin without planning permission

An Bord Pleanála rejected an appeal following a DCC decision last year.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion:  'Homelessness in Ireland has many faces and come this June I could be one' Opinion

Opinion: 'Homelessness in Ireland has many faces and come this June I could be one'

I am 57 years old, born and reared in Dublin. I started working when I was 15 but now I’m facing eviction from yet another rented property, writes Janette Byrne.

From TheJournal.ie 'A generation locked out': The families spending more than two years in emergency accommodation Housing Crisis

'A generation locked out': The families spending more than two years in emergency accommodation

The Dublin Regional Homeless Executive found that 1,233 families were residing in emergency accommodation at the end of 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Burger joint BuJo wants to topple a decade-old planning rule so it can keep selling food to-go Food And Drink

Burger joint BuJo wants to topple a decade-old planning rule so it can keep selling food to-go

Dublin City Council said it’s investigating the matter.

From TheJournal.ie 'An unprecedented number': 1,700 buildings in Dublin are awaiting protected status Protected Structures

'An unprecedented number': 1,700 buildings in Dublin are awaiting protected status

“A lot of amazing buildings are being torn down because they aren’t protected,” Green Party councillor Patrick Costello has said.

From TheJournal.ie Burrito bar Boojum is fighting to keep a takeaway at one of its Dublin joints Food And Drink

Burrito bar Boojum is fighting to keep a takeaway at one of its Dublin joints

Planners are investigating a complaint against the to-go offering at its Hanover Quay restaurant.

From TheJournal.ie Plans to rezone industrial lands in Dublin to allow for housing revealed Housing

Plans to rezone industrial lands in Dublin to allow for housing revealed

A Dublin City Council month meeting last night was informed of potential “new growth areas” within the M50.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin councillors reject proposals allowing for log cabins in gardens Dublin City Council

Dublin councillors reject proposals allowing for log cabins in gardens

Independent councillor John Lyons had proposed amending the city’s development plan to allow for their construction.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Should electric scooters be banned from public roads? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Should electric scooters be banned from public roads?

Dublin City Council has led calls for the two-wheeled vehicles to be banned.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin water supply may be disrupted over weekend as repairs to be carried out Weekend Water

Dublin water supply may be disrupted over weekend as repairs to be carried out

Works will be carried out on the trunk water main on the Stillorgan Road, Donnybrook today and tomorrow.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin campaigners protest demolition of apartment complex and pool for MetroLink Metrolink

Dublin campaigners protest demolition of apartment complex and pool for MetroLink

The Markievicz centre was refurbished by Dublin City Council for €1 million in 2016.

From TheJournal.ie Council Chief Executive criticised for saying good homeless services create demand Owen Keegan

Council Chief Executive criticised for saying good homeless services create demand

“Dublin is a major draw for people who are homeless,” Keegan said.

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