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Record of public transport users getting into Dublin

The number of people travelling into Dublin’s city centre using bus, train or Luas in the morning peak has reached record levels, according to figures being published today by Dublin…

The Catalan version of Dubliners lands at Sweny's

The masterpiece Ulysses describes Dublin in such a detail that James Joyce once said that if one day the city was to be rebuilt from scratch the work could be…

MV Laureline expands Dublin direct route to Europe

Dublin Port today announced that CLdN, the Luxembourg-based short-sea Ro-Ro shipping company and owner of the “Brexit Buster” MV Celine, has added its newly built ship “MV Laureline” onto its…

The future looks quite good for Dublin pubs

Two out of every three Dublin pubs expect to see their business grow in 2019, according to a new survey released by the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA). The positive outlook…

Jack and Emily were the most popular names in 2018

The CSO has today (28 February 2019) released statistics on Irish Babies’ Names 2018. Commenting on the report, Carol Anne Hennessy, Statistician, said: “This publication will for the first time,…

New Teacher Sharing Scheme for post-primary schools

The Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh T.D. has today (Monday 25 February) announced a new scheme to allow post-primary schools to share teachers in priority subjects. The scheme…

An Post deliveries in Dublin, zero emission by year end

The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton T.D. today (20th of February 2019) announced that all An Post deliveries ‘between the canals’ will be zero emission by…

Varadkar & Ross turn sod on Dublin Airport’s 3rd runway

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD and the Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD today performed the official sod-turning for Dublin Airport’s new North Runway project. The new…

Dublin commuters can now cross the Liffey in a jiffy

This morning, after a 35 year absence, the Liffey Ferry Number 11 has entered into service and will save a lot of time to those who want to cross the…

Cross the Liffey in a Jiffy on new water taxi service

Dublin’s historic No.11 Liffey Ferry yesterday officially returned to the capital’s waters after a 35-year absence, following a complete restoration in a joint project by Dublin Port Company and Dublin…

Enhanced Preclearance services at Dublin and Shannon

The Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr. Simon Coveney TD and the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Mr. Shane Ross TD, have welcomed the decision of…

Luas Cross City marks its first anniversary with pride

Today, one year ago, after more than three years having the streets upside down with trenches, fences, noise and inconvenience of all kinds, the Luas Cross City came into service…

 

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