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# Dublin City Council

22nd April 2024
Advanced works get underway to repair Dublin's Iveagh Markets
Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
Could ‘bait bikes’ put a dent in the 20,000 bike thefts seen in Dublin each year?
This month
April 2024
Area where sinkhole was found in Sandymount is 'safe' again, says Council
Dublin City Council investigating reports of sinkhole in Sandymount
Aoife Barry: What could Dublin learn from Cork's English Market?
Aoife Barry
Majority of motorists voice strong support for proposal to reduce car traffic in Dublin city centre
Repair work to roof of Iveagh Markets to begin later this month
Last month
March 2024
Taoiseach says investigation needed into alleged vote blocking of black Irish person in referendum
DCC councillors discussed the tents near Mount Street yesterday and let loose on the government
Dublin City Council to hold first ever meeting entirely in Irish, with live interpreting
Dublin City Council says dog seizures will increase as it steps up animal enforcement
February 2024
Former DCC boss Owen Keegan to take top job at Residential Tenancies Board
New bowling alley for Dublin city centre as council grants planning permission
Landlord Marc Godart avoids prosecution but companies fined over unauthorised Airbnb lettings
Councillors debate plans to divert through traffic away from Dublin city centre
Dublin City Council spent €130,000 extending 'Winter Lights' festival until end of January
An Bord Pleanála approves plans for hotel and office in Heuston South Quarter, overturning DCC refusal
Council cites housing crisis as reason to refuse planning permission for new 111-bedroom hotel
Ranelagh was the main blackspot in Dublin for clamping last year
January 2024
Clontarf's landmark saltwater swimming pool will remain open despite restaurant closure
'Five of us are in a two bed flat full of mould': Oliver Bond residents speak out
Gayle Cullen said that residents are literally “sick waiting”, as their flats are difficult to keep warm.
Councillor clarifies claim about now-closed alleyway being used during Dublin riots
Letters from locals over Dublin city centre laneway tell of open drug use and public sex
Councillors on Monday voted to close public access to the Harbour Court laneway in Dublin.
Letters from the public detail harrowing stories of open drug use, human excrement, stenches of urine and public sex.
The laneway has been the focus of local concerns for years.
One business owner said they have been dealing with issues in the laneway since the late 1980s.
'Unsafe' laneway in Dublin City closed due to anti-social behaviour
Last year
Debunked: Dublin City Council did not rename 'Winter Lights' to avoid mentioning Christmas
Richard Shakespeare replaces Owen Keegan as Chief Executive of Dublin City Council
Works begin on redevelopment of O’Devaney Gardens to create 1,000 new homes
Toll charges on East Link Bridge in Dublin to increase in January
Clerys Christmas window display unveiled as council seeks to attract shoppers to city centre again
Dublin City has twinned with Ramallah in Palestine
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre, organisers say
Christmas ceremonies around Dublin get underway this weekend
Dublin City councillors clash over next steps after failed 'peace flag' motion creates confusion
Confusion over Palestinian and peace flag votes at Dublin City Council
'People don't know what's being lost': Calls for more notice after trees felled in Dublin city
Dublin City Council calls on citizens to report stockpiling for Halloween bonfires
Dublin City Council to appoint 'Storyteller in Residence' with aim of 'inspiring young readers'
DCC one step closer to 'taking back control' of bin collection, as Oireachtas working group set up
Council and Fáilte Ireland 'strongly disagreed' with month-long St Patrick's Day Festival plan