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The pandemic has exposed a lot of things. Among them, the shortcomings of Dublin City Council


by Amy O'Connor
02nd Jun 2021

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"Pandemic or no pandemic, the city should be providing more bins, more toilets, more green spaces."

We have a unique chance to make our city more liveable and we shouldn’t let it pass us by, writes Amy O'Connor

Last Saturday, Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan tweeted that he was “absolutely shocked” by scenes in Dublin. Driving through the city centre, he likened what he saw to a “major open air party”. He wasn’t entirely wrong. There were enormous crowds. Passing through Dublin that afternoon, it was hard not to be struck by the sheer number of people crammed onto streets like South William Street and Exchequer Street, drinking takeaway pints and soaking up...

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