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Dublin Chamber has expressed frustration at the slow rollout of the hugely successful DublinBikes scheme.
Electric scooters have the potential to significantly improve how people can move around Dublin, according to Dublin Chamber.
Dublin Chamber has expressed disappointment at the news Norwegian Air is to pull its transatlantic routes between Ireland and North America.
Dublin Chamber is calling for councillors in Dublin City to reconsider the downward variation of 15% on the Local Property Tax (LPT) in order to
Addressing Ireland’s long-term housing needs, the challenges of full employment and ‘the green wave’ will all be up for discussion
New water tariffs, announced today by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), will lead to businesses in Dublin paying significantly
Dublin Chamber has launched a unique new study which aims to identify what internationals living in Dublin think of their adopted city.
The addition of new train carriages into Dublin's fleet cannot arrive quick enough, according to business group Dublin Chamber.
Dublin Chamber is calling on the business community to encourage voter turnout in the Local and European Elections by giving employees time to get to
Dublin’s next batch of elected Councillors must pick up the pace of efforts to tackle the city’s current congestion and housing issues
Dublin Chamber has welcomed proposals to redevelop the north of O’Connell Street and Moore Street.
Chamber Welcomes Planning Approval for 3,500 New Units.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the progress being made in getting more people to use public transport in Dublin.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the new recommended option for the Liffey Cycle Route, which was unveiled today by the National Transport Authority and
Irish businesses need more help in order to become more environmentally sustainable and energy efficient, according to a new survey by business group
The decision to drop the southside element of the MetroLink project is “not ideal”, but makes sense in order to move the project along
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the announcement of a new passenger ferry service across the River Liffey in the North Wall Quay area.
Business groups Dublin Chamber and the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry will today (Wednesday) host a joint high-level meeting in