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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

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# dublin - Tuesday 9 August, 2016

Man missing from Tallaght found safe and well

Stephen Kehoe had been missing for a number of days.

The market for buying a home is simply 'not normal'

Geodirectory says percentage of transactions is not what it should be.

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# dublin - Monday 8 August, 2016

Teenage girl placed in secure unit to protect her from being sexually exploited by men

The High Court granted the order which is supported by the Child and Family Agency and her father.

Fade Street Social among 12 food businesses closed last month

The closures were carried out in Cork, Dublin, Cavan, Donegal, Laois, Mayo and Longford.

Student accommodation giant Ziggurat wants to operate thousands more beds in Ireland

The UK firm plans to spend €400 million here amid a severe accommodation shortage.

15 people had to be rescued in multiple incidents at sea yesterday

Three separate marine rescues were carried out yesterday.

# dublin - Sunday 7 August, 2016

After 50 years, Nelson's Pillar is returning to O'Connell Street - in a slightly different format

A Lego model of ‘the Pillar’ is on display in the GPO as part of a recreation of the post office during the 1916 Rising.

Stolen car with guns and ammunition discovered in Dublin

The blue coloured Nissan Pulsar was taken from the Dublin 13 area two weeks ago.

# dublin - Saturday 6 August, 2016

From The42 As it happened: Dublin v Donegal, All-Ireland football championship quarter-final Liveblog

As it happened: Dublin v Donegal, All-Ireland football championship quarter-final

On a massive day at GAA HQ, who would book their place in the final four?

In Photos: The 97th annual Liffey Swim took place today

Brian Murray from Dublin of Eastern Bay Swimming Club won this year’s men’s Liffey Swim.

# dublin - Friday 5 August, 2016

From The42 Fit-again James McCarthy starts as Dublin's only change in side to face Donegal Return Of The Mc

Fit-again James McCarthy starts as Dublin's only change in side to face Donegal

Eric Lowndes loses out to the Ballymun Kickhams man.

Dublin Fire Brigade has rescued two people who went for a swim in the Liffey

At around 3.30pm today, a man seeking to cool off jumped into the Liffey at the IFSC in Dublin; minutes later another dived in near Temple Bar.

"Savage" attack on two gardaí in Dublin condemned

Two gardaí were hospitalised last night after being set upon by a gang of youths in Dublin’s north inner city.

Dublin has become one of the world’s most expensive cities but is still ‘good value’

So says property group Savills which puts housing and office expenses in the capital at less than half those for London.

# dublin - Thursday 4 August, 2016

Gardaí appealing for witnesses after man shot in the chest in south Dublin

Gardaí are appealing for information about the movements of a car used by the shooter.

Missing teenager found safe and well

A missing person appeal was issued yesterday.

# dublin - Wednesday 3 August, 2016

Missing Ballymun boy found safe and well

Sean Costello had been missing for four days.

# dublin - Tuesday 2 August, 2016

'Sham baptisms': Priests struggle with reasons behind the ceremony while parents feel hypocrital

Under the current system, children trying to get a place in a primary school can be divided into categories depending on their faith.

Garda chases after man who snatched mobile phone from pregnant woman

The man was arrested and is being held at Bridewell Garda Station.

# dublin - Monday 1 August, 2016

Plan your weekend - 7 of the best events on in Dublin

Planning is half the fun.

# dublin - Sunday 31 July, 2016

Appeal after man in his 80s assaulted in aggravated burglary

Three men with weapons entered the house, demanded money and assaulted the man aged in his early 80s.

# dublin - Saturday 30 July, 2016

PHOTOS: O'Devaney Gardens before its last flats are demolished Social Housing This post contains images

PHOTOS: O'Devaney Gardens before its last flats are demolished

When finished, the development will house around 480 new homes.

Everything you need to know about those major traffic changes in Dublin

The quays will be closed as the latest major phase of Luas works takes place.

# dublin - Friday 29 July, 2016

From The42 Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Mick Clohisey The Jerries

Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Mick Clohisey

Our athlete-by-athlete look at Ireland’s Olympic team continues with the Dublin-born marathon runner.

Hospitals told to be on the lookout for patients who have taken lethal 'designer drug'

Five deaths in Ireland have been linked to fentanyl-related substances.

7 little-known landmarks around Dublin to discover

They’re all around us…

Somehow nobody was injured in this crash in Dublin

The two-car collision occurred on Hearse Road in Donabate, north County Dublin at around 10.30am yesterday morning.

# dublin - Thursday 28 July, 2016

Man who shot dead neighbour found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity

James Redmond killed Mary Dargan and shot her daughter Karina Dargan.

One in 40 people living in Dublin is a millionaire, according to a new survey

The city’s 32,000 millionaires put it 10th on the list of European cities.

Gardaí appeal for witnesses after alleged sexual assault in early hours of morning

The incident occurred at around 3am in the Clondalkin area of Dublin.

# dublin - Wednesday 27 July, 2016

Homeless crisis: Rise in calls to rape helpline from people who have lost their homes

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre is reporting a marked increase in contacts from people who have been rendered homeless.

Motorists take note - there'll be major disruption in Dublin this weekend

The latest major phase of the Luas Cross City works takes place between Friday and Tuesday.

# dublin - Tuesday 26 July, 2016

Man who raped nephew's wife as she slept beside her husband and child is jailed

The man was sentenced to eight years with one suspended.

Young girl awarded €40k for fall in a Dublin creche

The girl was two at the time of the incident, which left a permanent visible scar.

Final blocks of O'Devaney Gardens flats set to be torn down

New accommodation on the site will contain a mix of social housing and State-owned rental accommodation.

Firefighters battle blaze after car crashes into gate lodge at Dunsink Observatory

Three units of Dublin Fire Brigade responded to the blaze at the grounds of the landmark building.

# dublin - Monday 25 July, 2016

Dublin gym offers refunds after arson attack

A car was driven into FLYEfit in Coolock early this morning, and the building set alight.

Woman loses €60k damages claim over broken finger and lost nail

The law student was suing a shop in Dublin after her hand got caught in its door.

# dublin - Sunday 24 July, 2016

From The Daily Edge Someone has painted Ted and Dougal on these traffic boxes near Connolly Station Mad Ted