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DCC says 'no low hanging fruit' when it comes to vacant houses in the capital
Complaints from people staying in Dublin homeless hostels jump from 34 in 2020 to 122 in 2021
The complaints related to drug use, alleged bullying and conditions in the facilities, Órla Ryan reports
A number of people reported being harassed or attacked by other residents
One person said the bed covers in their hostel were "covered in blood"
Anthony Flynn's DCC seat may remain vacant if councillors can't agree on replacement
Councillors were due to vote on replacing Anthony Flynn in October but were split over how to proceed
Some councillors are backing a volunteer from Inner City Helping Homeless, the charity Flynn co-founded
However others say the vote should be deferred until various investigations are complete, writes Órla Ryan
Dublin’s oldest Christmas market returns to Henry street at full trading capacity
Criticism of Council vote in favour of approving Oscar Traynor development in north Dublin
Met Éireann office and Casino in Marino on new list for protected status
Controversial development of 1,600 rental units in Drumcondra granted approval
€400m O'Devaney Gardens facing fresh delay after High Court review lodged
Dublin City Council issues tender for Moore Street market operator
Eight in ten people want Capel Street fully pedestrianised, survey finds
Dublin City Council begins legal action over demolition of The O’Rahilly house
Dublin City Council unveils plaque honouring anti-slavery leader Fredrick Douglass
Giant chequered teapot sculpture unveiled in Smithfield Square
From 'Traffic Tsar' to 'sarcastic' chief executive: Who is Dublin City Council CEO Owen Keegan?
Dublin City Council chief Owen Keegan apologises for 'sarcastic' comment to Students' Union
Students protest Dublin City Council over CEO Keegan’s comments on student housing
Taoiseach says Dublin City Council CEO Owen Keegan should withdraw comments on student housing
Sinn Féin councillors call on DCC chief Owen Keegan to resign over student housing comments
Dublin City Council chief criticised for suggesting UCD SU should build houses to fix shortage
Green light for Conrad to transform into 'world class, five star hotel'
Dublin councillors postpone vote to fill Anthony Flynn's council seat
Dublin councillors at odds over filling Anthony Flynn's seat amid ICHH controversy
Some DCC members want Flynn to be replaced on Monday, while others want the vote postponed, Órla Ryan reports
A number of independent councillors are set to put forward Geraldine Molloy, an ICHH volunteer, to fill the seat
Mannix Flynn questioned bringing in a candidate while investigations into ICHH are ongoing
Dublin City Council received 7,000 submissions about traffic-free streets initiative
An Bord Pleanála issues rebuke to city council's 'too many hotels' claim
Council expresses 'serious reservations' on Merrion Square 'build to rent' scheme
Public consultation launched on traffic-free trial of two Dublin streets
Homeless charities hit back after Keegan says 'whole industry' sustaining people sleeping in tents
New parking blackspot emerges in Dublin during 2020 as clamping revenue takes €1m pandemic hit
'Safe but spectacular': Council planning for Kellie Harrington's Dublin homecoming
Councillors query long-term lease deal for 124 apartments at car park of former Regency Hotel
The Department of Housing recently signed off on the leasing deal between the Council and the developer, Cónal Thomas reports.
The move comes amid criticism of the State's reliance on expensive social housing leases.
Sinn Féin's Eoin O'Broin said "these kinds of expensive long-term leases are bad for social housing tenants."
Dublin City Council is using compulsory purchase orders to buy buildings to expand Abbey Theatre
'People in Ballymun are wary of plans because of the failed regeneration so we'll see if we can win them over'
Assistant Commissioner dismisses claims there are not enough gardaí on Dublin streets
Dublin City Council passes motion calling for pilot of four-day week for staff
'We're sick waiting': Oliver Bond residents call for fast-tracking of regeneration works
'It's a dumping ground': Minister set to meet council over future of Oscar Traynor lands
Part of Sandymount Village to be pedestrianised for July and August
Dublin City Council passes large land rezone in Finglas despite opposition
Portobello Plaza will no longer be closed off at weekends
Council to take €250,000 loss on Dublin property it bought just four years ago