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# dublin - Friday 2 December, 2016

Homes evacuated as Army disposal team makes 'suspect device' safe in north Dublin

The army’s Bomb Disposal Unit was called to the scene in Rush, Co Dublin, at 9.40am this morning.

Taoiseach wants Dublin school sex assault allegations dealt with "quickly and effectively"

Taoiseach wants Dublin school sex assault allegations dealt with "quickly and effectively"

Meanwhile, the Education Minister said the authorities should now be given the space to investigate the incident.

Here's everything that's going to happen in 2017, apparently...

… according to the Old Moore’s Almanac.

From The42 Daly surprised by Dublin direction but understands Cunningham's desire for change Thin Blue Line

Daly surprised by Dublin direction but understands Cunningham's desire for change

The Clare man also opens up on the frantic spell that saw him enter and exit the race to succeed Davy Fitzgerald as Banner boss.

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# dublin - Thursday 1 December, 2016

Prime Time shows footage of suspect in Trevor O’Neill murder

The father-of-three was gunned down in Majorca in August.

Gardaí seize MDMA and heroin worth €1.1m in Dublin

Four men, ranging in age from their 30s to 60s, were arrested.

Gardaí investigate alleged sexual assault on teenage boy in Dublin school

The incident allegedly involves a number of fellow students at King’s Hospital secondary school.

'I went from having a facial to having permanent skin damage': Woman awarded €37,500 after suing salon

Margaret McLaughlin decided to treat herself to a facial at Revive salon on the Milltown Road in Dublin.

# dublin - Wednesday 30 November, 2016

Bomb on Dublin-bound bus during Queen's visit would have caused "complete destruction"

Donal Billings has also been convicted of making false telephone threats.

Number of rough sleepers on Dublin streets up 56% in last year

The Dublin Region Homeless Executive has confirmed there were 142 rough sleepers on the streets of the capital.

'Don't let us die': Homeless men's fears as makeshift camp on south Dublin green grows Exclusive

The group of young men has made the green their home as they sleep rough.

# dublin - Tuesday 29 November, 2016

Fianna Fáil branch to ask Bertie Ahern to rejoin party

Dublin Central chair Brian Mohan said Ahern “has been nothing but loyal to Fianna Fáil” and “deserves a second chance”.

Gardaí investigating alleged sexual assault at UCD campus

The incident is alleged to have taken place on Thursday evening.

Major jobs boost for Dublin as 700 new jobs announced in IT and manufacturing

Cork firm Voxpro, LinkedIn and West Pharmaceuticals have announced the roles.

# dublin - Monday 28 November, 2016

Qatar Airways to launch Dublin to Doha route Up Up And Away This post contains videos

Qatar Airways to launch Dublin to Doha route

The flights will begin in 2017 or 2018.

Man arrested after attempted armed robbery involving a hatchet at a Dublin post office

A man carrying a gun and a hatchet threatened staff at Rush post office.

Man missing for three days found "safe and well" by gardaí

After a public appeal, the man has been found gardaí announced last night.

# dublin - Sunday 27 November, 2016

Pfizer cancels €400m expansion at Dublin plant

The plan was dependent on the success of a new cholesterol-reducing drug.

It was a super-busy Saturday night for Dublin Fire Brigade

Almost 300 ambulance calls were received by the service across the course of Saturday night.

From The42 'It really was a magical time in Serie A' - We look back at Football Italia with the show's star Nostalgia

'It really was a magical time in Serie A' - We look back at Football Italia with the show's star

We spoke to James Richardson about his ten years in Italy and an upcoming event in Dublin.

WATCH: New video uncovers some of Dublin's best kept secrets

From crypts to ghosts, Dublin has a fair few secrets up its sleeve.

# dublin - Friday 25 November, 2016

€60k in cash and luxury car seized in gangland crackdown

Homes were searched, in addition to a solicitor’s office, an accountant’s office and a garage.

Saying goodbye to 2016: What big changes will you make next year?

It’s been a tough one, so all hail 2017.

From The Daily Edge A Dublin 7 café is giving out free coffees in protest of Black Friday Down With This Sort Of Thing

A Dublin 7 café is giving out free coffees in protest of Black Friday

I like my coffee like I like my Fridays…

Man up in court in connection with fatal crash on the M50 RTA

Man up in court in connection with fatal crash on the M50

A man in his 30s will appear before a sitting of Blanchardstown District Court today.

The Wild Atlantic Way has picked up a commendation at a landscape awards in London

Another Irish project on vacant spaces in Dublin was also shortlisted.

Three years detention for teen who attacked gardaí after robbing American tourists

US tourists Ryan Dillon was punched and kicked after being robbed while walking in Dublin with his partner and her 82-year-old grandmother.

Most new properties that qualify for the first-time buyers scheme are in and around Dublin

25% of all properties nationwide that qualify and are currently available are in the Dublin area.

# dublin - Thursday 24 November, 2016

Jury discharged from murder trial after they spot 29 second gap in crucial CCTV evidence

Donal Colgan has pleaded not guilty to murdering David Sheridan.

From The42 'Whoever's in charge will feel a great incentive' - O'Neill on Euro 2020 in Dublin Future Days

'Whoever's in charge will feel a great incentive' - O'Neill on Euro 2020 in Dublin

The Irish boss also spoke about today’s Fifa rankings boost.

From The Daily Edge There's a new Chinese restaurant in Dublin designed like a subway carriage Hang Dai

There's a new Chinese restaurant in Dublin designed like a subway carriage

And it looks fairly delicious too.

Raw sewage is being pumped out in 43 areas across the country, says EPA

Waste water discharges contributed to poor quality water at six popular beaches.

# dublin - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

From The Daily Edge Half of the houses on one of Stoneybatter's prettiest streets are up for sale Kirwan Street

Half of the houses on one of Stoneybatter's prettiest streets are up for sale

Well, almost half. So, who wants to own a street?

Man dies after mobile home fire in Dublin

A man’s body was discovered inside the mobile home this afternoon.

Flights to and from Dublin cancelled after Lufthansa pilots strike

It is Lufthansa’s 14th strike since April 2014.

From The42 Snapchat mates and baby-making: Douglas' Dublin links are strong Familiar Face

Snapchat mates and baby-making: Douglas' Dublin links are strong

The 27-year-old lock is back in Ireland with the Wallabies.

# dublin - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

Son of deceased billionaire businessman kept a loaded gun over his bed

Patrick James Mansfield is accused of having 1,257 rounds of ammunition at his home.

Man forced stepdaughter to wear dog collar as he carried out abuse, court hears

George Crombie told his victim there would be “murder in this flat” if she told her mother about the abuse.

Wax Museum set to close its doors in less than two weeks

Located just off Dame Street in Dublin, the National Wax museum is set to move to a bigger location in 2017.

# dublin - Monday 21 November, 2016

From The Daily Edge 14 signs Dublin has truly lost the run of itself, again Cop On