• Visually Impaired Voter

    If you are a visiually impaired voter wishing to vote in secret you can ask the presiding officer at your polling station to attach a ballot paper template to your ballot paper. Raised numbering and braille on the template guides you to the relevant openings that correspond to the candidates on the ballot paper.

    You can familiarise yourself with the candidates on the ballot paper by contacting Freephone 1800 88 55 00 as often as you wish in advance of polling day. You can also use your mobile phone in the polling station on polling day to access this information.

    Freephone Numbers

    Local Election

    • 1800885500

    European Election

    • 1800200246
  • International Literature Festival Dublin

    The International Literature Festival Dublin

    The International Literature Festival Dublin, founded in 1998, is Ireland’s premier literary event and gathers the finest writers in the world to debate, provoke, delight and enthral. Described by the press as ‘boasting a stunning array of top international literary talent’ and ‘the country’s most successful and easily the best annual literary event’, International Literature Festival Dublin's line-up is sure to impress.

    For more information click here

  • New Electoral Portal Voter.ie Launched in the Dublin Region

    New Electoral Portal Voter.ie Launched in the Dublin Region

    Voters can check if they are eligible to vote in the upcoming European and Local elections that are taking place on Friday, 24th May, by entering their full name and address or Eircode on the Voter.ie website.

    Voter.ie is a joint initiative involving the four Dublin local authorities. It was developed to improve the efficiency and accuracy of the Register of Electors and allow for online registration.

    For more information http://www.dublincity.ie/new-electoral-portal-voterie-launched-dublin-region

  • The Dublin City Neighbourhoods Competition is an annual competition for communities, schools and businesses in the city organised by Dublin City Council. It is an Area based competition with categories judged initially on an Area basis. The best entrants from each of the 5 City Council administrative Areas are selected to go forward to a citywide competition.

    Applications are invited under the following categories: Residential competition, special categories, business competition, schools competition. The prize fund for this competition amounts to €75,000.

    For more information click here

  • Velo-city 2019

    Velo-city, the world’s premier cycling summit, will be hosted in the Convention Centre, Dublin from the 25th to 28th of June 2019.

    For more information click here

  • Local Election Candidates

    Find out who your local election candidates are here.

     

  • Launch of Co-Cup Deposit and Return Scheme in Dublin

    Dublin City Council in collaboration with Dublin City University, Trinity College Dublin and 2GoCup Ltd. launched the pilot Co-Cup Deposit and Return Scheme in the City Council’s Civic Offices, Wood Quay on Monday, 8th April 2019. 

    Under the pilot scheme when someone purchases a tea/ coffee, there is an additional charge of €1 – a deposit for the cup and when they return their cup they get their €1 back. A lid can also be purchased for €1, which can be kept and re-used.

    For more information http://www.dublincity.ie/launch-co-cup-deposit-and-return-scheme-dublin

Dublin cyclists invited to share their cycling insights for SynchroniCity Project - 200 lights Up for Grabs*

Dublin City Council and Smart Dublin, through the SynchroniCity initiative – an EU project designed to accelerate adoption of new technologies – invite cyclists to take part in an innovative smart cycling project that will connect 800 cyclists across Dublin, Antwerp and Manchester simultaneously.

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Launch of publication ‘A Space to Create’ at the Hugh Lane Gallery

Launch of publication ‘A Space to Create’ at the Hugh Lane Gallery  ‘A Space to Create’ is a beautifully illustrated publication celebrating the creativity of children who participated in artist-led workshops in a collaborative project between the Hugh Lane Gallery and the Foundations Project, an initiative for people using homeless services. 

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