William Patrick Hitler: The Irishman who fought his uncle


History is a complex and entertaining subject. Time after time, some unusual and surprising secrets appear from the deepest parts of history, about which one wants to learn more and more. Here we have such a secret, which not many would have known about. The story begins in 1909, by the banks of the river […]

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Самый старый паб Ирландии – Brazen Head!


А вы бывали в дублинском баре, который всего на 51 год моложе Москвы? История Кремля – сердца Первопрестольной – началась значительно раньше, чем Москва была впервые упомянута в Ипатьевской летописи 1147 года. Точная дата основания будущей столицы России неизвестна. Зато известен год основания старейшего бара столицы Ирландии – Brazen Head (Медная голова, или – Бронзовая) […]

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Changes to Dublin Bus, Luas and Irish Rail fares from December


N A FURTHER move towards a flat public transport fare, the National Transport Authority (NTA) today announced a number of fare changes across Dublin Bus, Irish Rail and Luas. Anne Graham, CEO of the NTA, said today that these changes mean that “some fares will rise and some will be reduced” as the authority moves towards […]

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National Slow Down Day 2018: Gardai to conduct crackdown on speeding motorists over 24 hours


There were 157 road deaths in 2017, the lowest on record, gardai said – but added that it ‘is still 157 road deaths too many’ Gardai will conduct a special crackdown on speeding motorists as part of National Slow Down Day this week. The 24-hour road safety initiative will take place from 7am on Friday, […]

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Cyclists get the green light for longer junction crossing times in Dublin


Cyclists will have longer to pass through major traffic junctions in Dublin with the installation of new safety sensors around the city, Minister for Transport Shane Ross has announced. The technology, costing around €10,000 a junction, will detect cyclists arriving at traffic lights, then send a message to the junction box which will delay the […]

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Ireland’s first driverless bus is coming to Dublin – here’s how you can score a free trip


The electric vehicle, which can carry up to 15 people, will be trialled in the docklands area on September 21 and 22. Dublin City Council and the Civic Group are organising the event as part of its ‘Smart Docklands’ project. The Easymile ‘EZ10’ shuttle – which is already being used in the US, Holland, China […]

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The ‘Economist’ says Dublin house prices are 25% overvalued


Dublin still more affordable than Vancouver, Paris and London, according to publication House prices in Dublin are 25 per cent overvalued against income, according to the Economist, which also finds in a new survey that property price growth in the city has outpaced growth in 22 other global cities over the past five years. The […]

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Pobeda will initially fly four times a week to Ireland


Pobeda, Aeroflot’s budget airline, will initially fly four times a week from the Russian capital to Dublin, according to filings published yesterday on the regulator’s website. In March, The Irish Times reported that Dublin Airport had met with senior Aeroflot management in Moscow and had agreed on a deal to commence a regular service. Government […]

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Дублин – самый дорогой город Еврозоны


Столица Ирландии получила «почетный» статус города в Зоне Евро.

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Сотни дублинцев пришли попрощаться с девочкой из России


31 мая состоялись похороны Анастасии Кригель убитой в парке Святой Катерины в Люкане.

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