The following are recent Department of Education school inspection reports. The reports can be read on the department’s website – click on month published and then on the ‘PDF’ link for the school report you wish to view. These are the schools in Dublin which were evaluated, and what subjects were looked at. WSE = whole-school evaluations. Sorted […]
Dublin Bus has listed a route it cut without public consultation or notice as an improvement. The number 4 and 4a bus routes were merged with an overall frequency cut of 30% on weekdays and 66% on Sundays. Capacity on buses was also reduced as the route’s long ‘bendy’ buses were replaced with lower capacity […]
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Major Dublin city cycle routes will remain unconnected as a key section is delayed following what was described as intensive lobbying. Four million euro of funding for the project was suspended by the Department of Transport pending a review of options on a strategic cycling route after residents in East Wall objected to it. Dublin […]
Dublin Bus has slashed services on what was seen as one of its top routes. Route 4 has 36% fewer buses per week compared to the old 4 and 4a bus routes which were merged two weeks ago. Updated bus stop timetables were also only put in place after the cuts were implemented leaving passengers at stops with incorrect or […]
FCStone Group Inc., a risk management company with a focus on commodities, is to provide twenty six jobs for Dublin with the opening of a new European headquarters in the city. Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Batt O’Keeffe announced the jobs, stating that “FCStone’s initial investment in Ireland is a win without parallel in […]
Public information days are to be held this week on the on the River Dodder flood study, hosted by Dublin City Council and South Dublin County Council.