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This year
Office of Public Works says St Stephen's Green could be damaged by Metrolink
Vandalising of monuments 'as much a concern' as climate change impact
Heritage experts warn of the effect of mindless damage as Noteworthy reveals historical sites across Ireland attacked at least 140 times in past three years.
Last year
Residents say they've 'no option' but to consider seeking injunction to keep Castletown entrance open
Road access to Castletown House remains open temporarily as OPW and private owners re-engage
Private owners of land at Castletown House limit road access to the historic site
An Bord Pleanála to hold ‘oral hearing’ into €9.5 billion Dublin Metrolink project
Phoenix Park reminds public to refrain from approaching or handling fawns during fawning season
New modular homes for refugees in Cork could be shipped to Ukraine in the future
First batch of 200 modular homes for Ukrainian refugees to be ready next month
Here's what topped the list of the most visited OPW sites in Ireland in 2022
Taoiseach to meet OPW minister over lack of progress on modular housing for Ukrainian refugees
OPW seeking public's views on the future of parking at the Phoenix Park
Cyber security watchdog to outline what IT equipment Govt can buy amid Chinese CCTV concerns
All time
Visitors re-enter Newgrange chamber during winter solstice for first time since Covid
Live animal Christmas crib gets the go ahead but in a new location
Minister says climate change is 'running faster than our ability to cope'
Over 95% of vehicles travelling through Phoenix Park breaking 30km/hr speed limit
Skellig Michael is closed until further notice due to rockfall
OPW refuses to grant permission for Russian Victory Day rally at Papal Cross in Phoenix Park
Breaking the Banks: 'Vicious circle' of public works 'degrading' Ireland's rivers
Crowds gather at Newgrange to watch winter solstice despite overcast weather
'Pent-up demand' could see a record 1.75m passport applications to process next year
34 deer killed in Phoenix Park as part of 'managed cull' this week
No visitors to be allowed in Newgrange chamber for Winter Solstice sunrise, OPW confirms
Dublin's Stephen's Green closes early as Gardaí respond to large crowds
Admission charges to all fee-paying OPW heritage sites to be waived for rest of year
OPW to install portaloos in Phoenix Park to cope with more visitors this summer
Phoenix Park gates to be rehung this summer nearly three years after Pope Francis visit
23 people arrested after clashes between anti-lockdown protesters and gardaí in Dublin city centre
WATCH: Beautiful sunrise lights up Newgrange chamber as days start to get longer
Almost all Phoenix Park gates to close to vehicular traffic on weekends for duration of Level 5
Admission charges for Dún Aonghasa, Castletown House and other heritage sites to be waived
'Serious concerns' that new housing development could pose security threat to President Higgins
Building barriers: How plans for the largest flood scheme in Irish history became so divisive
OPW confirms majority of Phoenix Park gates to remain closed to vehicular traffic
Botanic Gardens, Trim Castle and Farmleigh among heritage sites reopened as part of Phase One
Phoenix Park gates removed for Pope Francis visit will cost over €800,000 to restore
Dáil pigeons, Four Courts rats and museum mice among dozens of pest callouts to OPW sites
Charlie Flanagan asked OPW not to cull 20 Phoenix Park deer and to send them to Laois instead
Fallow deer killed in Phoenix Park in latest cull to control population growth