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13 things anyone who's moved 'up to Dublin' will understand
How often does YOUR mother ask if you’re coming home?
South Sudan: Peace talks open as battles rage in capital
The talks are aimed at ending three weeks of fighting that have led to the deaths of thousands.
Christmas lights to get switched on in the capital today
Melanie McCabe and Dublin GAA All-Ireland players will be charged with switching on the lights.
IMHO: ‘Interest only repayments are not a long-term solution to mortgage arrears’
The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation said the new mortgage restructuring figures are concerning.
Pop-up community festival brings organic food to Dublin city today
The Dublin Community Growers are holding their Harvest Festival today.
Creating culture amidst the rubbish in Temple Bar's lanes
How the Icon Factory is battling waste. Also – can Temple Bar’s lanes be reclaimed? A new project aims to do just that.
Literary history of Dublin brought to life with new Storymap app
The map was officially launched yesterday evening, and includes poets and writers both new and well-known.
Dirty Dublin no more, as capital declared 'clean'
The Irish Business Against Litter Anti-Litter League 2013 results are out today.
Poll: Does Dublin need a second bus station?
The Green Party has called for a new bus station that would be open to private operators.
Widespread disruption likely today as Dublin Bus drivers strike over pay
Tens of thousands will be inconvenienced today in the first all-out strike at the semi-state company in 13 years.
Illegal tobacco sellers could be given ASBOs
An operational group – the first of its kind – has been established by Dublin City Council to address the issue of illegal tobacco.
Council could 'take action' if tenants don't prove they dump rubbish legally
It is believed that just over half of council tenants sent letters asking them how they dispose of their rubbish have responded.
Construction work on Luas Cross City line begins today
The infilling of cellars is the first part of the construction on the Luas Cross City line.
Ryanair may be forced to reduce its stake in rival Aer Lingus
The UK’s Competition Commission said that the stake could reduce competition on routes between Great Britain and Ireland.
AIB to implement next-day SME loan decisions
The new initiative will speed up credit decisions for customers.
Dublin rents continue to rise, rental properties fall -
The latest rent report shows that the average rent nationwide is now €820, which is 0.8 per cent higher than a year previously.
VIDEO: Syria rebels say hostages are elite soldiers from Iran
The rebels say that the Iranians kidnapped yesterday are actually Revolutionary Guards and not pilgrims, as was originally claimed.
48 pilgrims from Iran kidnapped in Syria - reports
The 48 Iranians were abducted by armed terrorists who boarded their bus in the Syrian capital of Damascus.
7 million illegal cigarettes seized at Dublin Port
The cigarettes were found as part of a routine search of a shipment which had arrived from Belgium.
Central Bank deputy says Irish banks may need more money
Matthew Elderfield has said in an interview that the banks are likely to need a further €3-4 billion in order to meet stiff capital requirements.
National Irish Bank to be rebranded as Danske Bank
Plus, a restructure, results and a resignation.
Most people recommend Dublin for visit - but only a third feel safe there at night
Findings from Your Dublin, Your Voice survey shows the capital is considered a very vibrant place – but the public have some interesting suggestions to make it even better…
20 banks that are praying Europe doesn't go bust
AIB and Bank of Ireland are in this list from Business Insider which ranks them the first and seventh most exposed banks in Europe.
In video: Premier ready for Dublin showdown
Tipperary face Dublin’s hurlers at Croke Park on Sunday in the All-Ireland SHC semi-final.
Dublin beat Kilkenny to take historic league title
Anthony Daly’s men enjoy a comprehensive victory over the Cats in an impressive league finale at Croker.
The best thing about Dublin? The people. The worst? Drink and drugs.
Results of Your Dublin Your Voice survey reveals polar attitudes towards the capital city – and some interesting ideas to improve it.
Bank of Ireland profit could fall up to 40%
Ireland’s biggest lender says its profit – before crippling impairment charges – will be far lower than that of last year.