Last night.

Clontarf Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3

Via Bad Dublin Parking:

Outside The Sheds [Connoly’s] pub…was there all night.

Last dying wish?

Undertaker gone ‘postal’?

We may never know.

Thanks Alan Bracken

The Echo Chamber podcast.

As part of a series of podcasts asking if an ‘Alternative Ireland’ is possible, Martin McMahon and Tony Groves speak with Dublin Institute of Technology [DIT] Housing Lecturer and homelessness activist, Lorcan Sirr

Martin writes:

This is an important conversation about cutting through the spin of Government housing plans and into the reality of a crisis that is affecting nearly every level of Irish Society.

The Echo Chamber

Chastity is not a disabilty, Sister.

This afternoon.

Sarah writes:

Nothing like a bit of Christmas cheer when it comes to parking in Limerick city

You wait around for ages…

This morning.

O’Connell Street, Dublin 1

The first cross city Luas.

Stephen Hanlon writes:

Wasn’t this much fuss when Obama and [British] Queen Liz came to town!

Update:

This afternoon.

Middle pic from left: Minister for Transport Shane Ross, Taoiseach Leo Vardkar, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe on the first Luas to traverse Dublin city.

Big day out.

Pics Rollingnews and Leo Varadkar

Meanwhile…

Name that model, anyone?


On foot of this month’s auction of Sir Paul McCartney’s 1964 Aston Martin DB5 comes the offer of Robert Plant’s 1965 DB5, which the Led Zeppelin frontman owned until 1986.

You can own McCartney’s for £1.5 million. A (presumably similar) price for the Plantmobile is available from the auctioneer on request.

uncrate

Anon writes:

“So Irish Water texted me for a refund, but I have never registered. So where did they get my phone number? It’s unlinked on the Electoral Register…”

Hmm.

Anyone?

A “celebration of culture and friendship through the sharing of food”.

At St Kieran’s College, College Rd, Gardens, Kilkenny between 4-7pm.

Johnny Keenan (him off the telly), writes:

This event is open to people from all backgrounds that wish to bring a dish to share with fellow diners. New immigrants, Persons in direct provision, settled communities and natives of Kilkenny are invited to share a celebration of food, dancing and fun. Share stories, cultures and generally have a good time with friends old and new.

Solidarity Dinner Kilenny