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Citizens' Assembly on biodiversity loss to visit three examples of biodiversity management
The assembly is tasked with making recommendations to the Oireachtas on how the State should tackle biodiversity loss.
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'It's terrible': Criticism of council decision to demolish historical Bull Island structure
The shelter, constructed in the 1930s, had been used by people taking drugs in recent times, the council said.
Dublin City Council said it demolished the lifeguard shelter due to anti-social behaviour, writes Garreth MacNamee.
Politicians have said it should have been protected rather than demolished.
The site was not on Dublin City Council's protected structure list.
Green Party cllr 'wants to find out' if fire on Bull Island is connected to the return of cars
Vehicular traffic returned to the nature reserve after yesterday’s change in government guidelines.
Coast Guard helicopter rescues three men who jumped into water at Clontarf's Wooden Bridge
The men got into difficulty this afternoon.
Man rushed to hospital after suffering 25ft fall from scaffolding today in Dublin
Dublin Fire Brigade attended the scene at Bull Island earlier today.
Planning a day out on Dollymount Beach? Well you can't park on it... Here's why
Bringing the family for a picnic or a dip at the popular bathing spot? Well, you’ll have a bit more of a walk than usual.
Adrenaline, athletes and 'all the elements of a beach party' to hit Dublin all weekend
From humble beginnings, the Battle of the Bay festival will host international competitions in kite-surfing and wakeboarding this weekend.
Port company proposes giving Bull Island land to council
Members of the public are being asked to give their say on the proposal.