Malahide village, county Dublin.
A High Court challenge has been brought against Fingal County Council’s decision to pedestrianise New Street in the village to allow for outdoor dining.
Meanwhile, this morning.
Representatives from the hospitality industry are due to hold talks with Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly and Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin.
The Hospitality Forum, which includes hotel, restaurant and licensed vintner groups, meets ministers every three or four months.
Today’s long scheduled meeting is timely as it will be the first opportunity for the hospitality industry to engage with members of the Cabinet, which yesterday paused the reopening of indoor activity for an unspecified period of time.
Hospitality representatives to hold talks with Govt ministers (RTÉ)
Gulls at Malahide estuary yesterday.
(Thanks Fran Cassidy)
A mature looking, evenly tanned VanHool MacArdle-bodied Leyland Atlantean AN68 parked up in Malahide, County Dublin.
Rare Irish Stuff tweetz:
The summer of ’79….
Name those jammers, anyone?
Malahide Demesne, Malahide, County Dublin.
Graeme Kelly writes:
‘Luashenge’ Malahide?…New pedestrian crossing at Fry’s Model Railway (listed building).
Previously: New Light On Luashenge
Malahide, County Dublin
Members of the Fingal Dog Owners Group (Fingal D.O.G) held a protest march through Malahide village in opposition to the newly adopted dog ‘off-leash’ bye-law (4.7) by Fingal County Council (F.C.C) which restricts off-leash activity to designated fenced-in areas and specific times (in smaller parks).
Dog owners in Fingal protest over new rules in public parks (Irish Times)
Phoenix Park, Dublin.
(Thanks Stephanie McArdle)
(Thanks Streets Of Dublin)
Dawn this morning.
Bray, county Wicklow.
Sandymount Strand, Sandymount, Dublin 4.
Thanks Lee Miller
Niall Gibbons tweetz:
Amazing view of Dublin sunrise from the Enterprise train to Belfast this morning.
Jonathan Healy tweetz:
Impressive sunrise over Dublin this morning…
Malahide Cricket Club this morning, top, and President Michael D Higgins greeting England’s cricket captain James Taylor
Ireland is playing England in a one-off One Day International (ODI) in Malahide today.
And it’s JUST started.
Follow RTÉ’s live commentary here
Pic: Simon Mann and Sky Sports Cricket