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# dublin - Thursday 14 May, 2015

Bomb disposal team deal with four devices just days before Prince Charles visit

Gardaí arrested six dissidents as activities by anti-terrorism gardaí step up.

# dublin - Wednesday 13 May, 2015

Gardaí seize cocaine, pills and drug-making chemicals in Finglas

The controlled drugs are estimated to have a street value of €500, 000.

59-year-old Vincent Maguire missing from Monaghan

The man was last seen at his home yesterday.

From The Daily Edge Here’s how half-a-million Yes badges became the referendum’s most coveted symbol Put A Pin In It

Teen who hacked boards.ie just wanted the ‘satisfaction of a successful hacking’

Aleksejs Ivanvos received a suspended jail sentence today for the 2010 hack.

From The42 World Rugby to stump up €1 Million of IRFU’s World Cup bill Hey Big Spender

World Rugby to stump up €1 Million of IRFU’s World Cup bill

The tournament is set to cost a total of €2.5 Million, but the Union can now start seeking revenue sources beyond the grant.

Thief on bicycle steals painting from Dublin art gallery

Gardai at Pearse Street station are investigating the case.

# dublin - Tuesday 12 May, 2015

Gardaí seize €90,000 worth of heroin in Dublin

Two men were also arrested in the Dublin area.

Care order granted for baby Maria after she was found abandoned on road

Authorities are appealing for the mother to come forward.

Army bomb robot examines suspect ‘flower pot’ outside Dublin barracks

The suspect package was declared a hoax.

# dublin - Monday 11 May, 2015

Here’s what we know so far about the baby girl found in Rathcoole last week

Gardaí have renewed their appeal to find the baby girl’s mother this morning.

Video: Lobsters ‘liberated’ from Dublin restaurant by animal rights activists Smash And Crab This post contains videos

Video: Lobsters ‘liberated’ from Dublin restaurant by animal rights activists

The activists say they have ‘no regrets’.

16 things we learned when the ‘most beautiful ship in the world’ came to Dublin

Jewel encrusted pianos, crew-members who’ll read you a bedtime story – and as much yoghurt as you could desire. It was a tough morning’s reporting.

From The42 Whelan: ‘Dubs have no problem playing outside Croke Park, that’s Leinster Council’s problem’ Home And Away

Whelan: ‘Dubs have no problem playing outside Croke Park, that’s Leinster Council’s problem’

Those sentiments were echoed by the GAA President.

Rare disease company to create 200 jobs – at a cost of €450m

It’s one of the largest investments in healthcare in the history of the Irish state.

From The Daily Edge This Dublin café has just nailed the weather forecast for this summer Sunshine Came Softly

Joe O’Reilly cannot have his murder conviction declared a ‘miscarriage of justice’

Rachel O’Reilly’s mother said she is relieved that justice has been upheld.

Sick of this sight? Dublin could be getting a load of new ranks. Here’s where:

Some of them are 24-hours and some are just at night time.

From The Daily Edge Watch the moment animal rights activists ‘liberated’ nine lobsters from a Dublin restaurant Rock Lobster

Watch the moment animal rights activists ‘liberated’ nine lobsters from a Dublin restaurant

The lobsters were later released into the sea in Clontarf.

Car parts end up 50 metres from car after bad driving on the M1

Drivers are being warned to take care even in bright and dry conditions.

# dublin - Saturday 9 May, 2015

Baby found at industrial estate was a day old

A renewed appeal for the mother to see medical attention has been issued.

Woman helping homeless people at GPO has hot tea thrown in her face

A man has been arrested following the assault.

From The Daily Edge 10 great meals for a tenner in Dublin Cheap Date

10 great meals for a tenner in Dublin

You don’t need loads of money to eat well. Here’s proof.

# dublin - Friday 8 May, 2015

Missing 23-year-old found safe and well

William Cassells had been missing since Wednesday.

Shots fired at house in Ballyfermot in broad daylight

The incident happened at 10am today.

Ireland has a massive number of homeless children

New figures from the Department of the Environment have found 3,081 homeless people across the country.

# dublin - Thursday 7 May, 2015

Two protesters injured after allegedly being struck by Irish Water vehicles

The two incidents both happened in the Glencairn area of Leopardstown.

Five properties to view this weekend… under €420,000 Viewing Advised This post contains images

Five properties to view this weekend… under €420,000

Here are the 5 best properties under €420,000 you can view this weekend

Take 4: Homes for every budget

Here is our pick of properties from €250k… up to €1 million.

This man has been missing since Sunday – have you seen him?

Greg Ward was last seen in Blanchardstown.

From The Daily Edge 50 Dubliners tried to answer the hardest question in the world Tough One

50 Dubliners tried to answer the hardest question in the world

Fifty people, one question.

# dublin - Wednesday 6 May, 2015

7-year-old girl who saw her father shot dead at her Dublin home describes what happened

“I feel a little bit sad and a little happy because my dad is away from the bad boys now,” the girl wrote in her statement which was read out in court.

41-year-old Eoin O’Halloran found safe and well

The man had been missing since Tuesday morning.

Investigation finds garda use of pepper spray against homeless man was justified

The investigation was launched after a video went viral showing the garda arresting the man on Dublin’s Henry Street.

# dublin - Tuesday 5 May, 2015

Homeless man found dead in Phoenix Park had €140,000 in his bank account

A court has heard that one of the man’s toes had been freshly amputated.

17-year-old Eden Moore found safe and well

The teen had been missing since 01 May.

Squatters have another week in the derelict Grangegorman complex

The group occupying the site say they have come to a loose agreement with receivers to let them stay another week while they try to come up with a solution.

This MONSTER cruise liner will be parked up in Dublin next week

She’s so big she’ll have to either reverse in or reverse out… (So undignified).

From The Daily Edge This kid somehow walked away from Dublin’s slippiest slide uninjured Slip N Slide