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# dublin - Saturday 16 August, 2014

Man recovering after presenting to Mater Hospital with gunshot wounds to legs

A car carrying two men crashed into a barrier at the hospital last night.

There has been a 94% drop in child begging cases being reported in Dublin since 1999

The ISPCC want you to report to it if you see a child begging.

Man killed in hit-and-run in Swords overnight

The man was struck by a car on North Street in Swords at 3.10am.

# dublin - Friday 15 August, 2014

The Dublin-Belfast railway line is getting a giant facelift

It’s hope it will attract more customers to the Enterprise line.

Suspected Ebola virus ruled out for patient in Dublin hospital

Ebola was suspected as one possibility for man suffering ‘flu-like’ symptoms but he has been cleared by medics.

# dublin - Thursday 14 August, 2014

Multiple human remains found outside Trinity College

The remains were found during Luas works in mid-July.

From The Score Dublin holds its breath as UEFA to confirm 13 Euro 2020 hosts in September Anticipation

Dublin holds its breath as UEFA to confirm 13 Euro 2020 hosts in September

19 countries have put forward one city each to host the new Europe-wide format.

From The Daily Edge Graffiti tributes to Robin Williams are popping up around Dublin The Great Man

# dublin - Wednesday 13 August, 2014

Man arrested over shooting of boy (6)

Sean Scully was shot in a house in the Ballyfermot area in June.

# dublin - Tuesday 12 August, 2014

Neurosurgical screws discovered in skull found at Dublin recycling plant

The identity of the man is not yet known.

Dublin Fire Brigade investigating how a wheel fell off an ambulance while driving DFB

Dublin Fire Brigade investigating how a wheel fell off an ambulance while driving

The ambulance was returning to its station, and no patients were on board.

From The Daily Edge “Lower than your granny’s nipples” – spotted in Chapelizod Bumper Sticker

Elderly woman killed in two-car crash in Dublin

Three others were brought to hospital with injuries.

Greyhound trucks ‘blocked’ by protesters as court date looms

The move comes ahead of the company returning to court on Thursday over an injunction.

# dublin - Monday 11 August, 2014

From The Score Raheny United rise and Shine to rack up their second Women’s Champions League win Ray Of Sunshine

Raheny United rise and Shine to rack up their second Women’s Champions League win

Clare Shine bags another two goals as Dubliners take a huge stride towards the next stage.

# dublin - Saturday 9 August, 2014

Man charged after gardaí seize €460,000 worth of drugs in Dublin raid

A quantity of cannabis and cocaine was found at the house in Ballyfermot.

Up to 7,000 march as Dublin comes out in force to support Gaza

About 20,000 people also marched in London today.

# dublin - Friday 8 August, 2014

From The Score We’ll leave it there so: Hoop dreams, no rain on Rory’s parade and all today’s sport Friday

We’ll leave it there so: Hoop dreams, no rain on Rory’s parade and all today’s sport

Friday’s recap also includes the return of Ted Lasso and a pole-vaulter’s lucky break.

Luas red line disrupted by tangled wires

A Luas tram will have to be towed back to the depot.

Touching comic tells story of homeless man who saved rabbit from Liffey

John Byrne jumped in after his pet rabbit Barney in 2012 after another man threw the animal into the water.

# dublin - Thursday 7 August, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday

Everyone’s talking about Obama considering hitting Iraq, Russia’s ban on EU food, and Denis O’Brien…

Swimmers warned to stay out of the water at six Dublin beaches

Fingal County Council say the ‘poor quality’ results follow last weekend’s heavy rainfall.

Power restored to almost 3,200 affected by electricity fault in Dublin

The fault was first noted just after 3.30am today.

A burst water main did this to Swords main street

A burst water main on the main street earlier this morning is to blame for the partial flooding.

This Temple Bar lane is going to be turned into an open-air art gallery

The Love the Lanes project will see artists creating works which will hang at Crampton Court throughout August.

House prices in the Irish market are still undervalued, says ESRI

The research finds that there is no sign of a ‘bubble’ in the domestic market.

# dublin - Wednesday 6 August, 2014

From Business ETC Dublin is facing a ‘significant housing shortage’ – ESRI Housing Crisis

Dublin is facing a ‘significant housing shortage’ – ESRI

The think-tank says that the Dublin area will need 86% of the houses built over the next 10 years.

Gardaí renew appeal for missing 81-year-old Dublin man Thomas Kennedy

His family are particularly concerned for his well-being as he had health problems recently.

Amnesty hold Dublin protest over US arms transfer to Israel

Amnesty International is calling on the UN to immediately impose a comprehensive arms embargo on Israel, Hamas and Palestinian armed groups.

Men are more likely to talk about ‘sensitive’ issues at the pub

Amazing as it may seem, something about the public house just makes fellas more open and honest.

Man in hospital with suspected broken arm after being hit by Luas

He was taken to the Mater Hospital by ambulance.

Poll: Are you worried about another property bubble? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about another property bubble?

There have been warnings another one may be on the way – are you worried?

From The Score In Dublin, we treat defending like an art form — Jonny Cooper Back To Front

In Dublin, we treat defending like an art form — Jonny Cooper

The corner back says the champions put massive emphasis on what they do in the one or two-second contact zone.

# dublin - Tuesday 5 August, 2014

Beach-goers warned not to swim at twelve Dublin beaches

It may not have entered your mind given the weather lately, but avoid the water at some Fingal beaches.

From The Daily Edge Ever wondered what it looks like inside the Poolbeg chimneys? Poolbeg
From The Score Monaghan ‘drained’ after slog to victory over Kildare, but will be ready for the Dubs — Hughes Fitness Challenge

Monaghan ‘drained’ after slog to victory over Kildare, but will be ready for the Dubs — Hughes

The Farney man refused to complain about playing a second game in seven days, Monaghan are relishing a second day in Croke Park.

# dublin - Monday 4 August, 2014

Poll: Should gardaí be tasked with improving quality of living? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should gardaí be tasked with improving quality of living?

Is this a positive move or should resources be focused on crime?

These are the questions gardaí are calling door-to-door asking members of the public Community Policing This post contains images

These are the questions gardaí are calling door-to-door asking members of the public

It’s part of the Small Areas Policing Programme, where community gardaí ask individual households for their concerns.

# dublin - Sunday 3 August, 2014

WATCH: These short videos show the many sides to Dublin… Snapshots Of Ireland This post contains videos

WATCH: These short videos show the many sides to Dublin…

What can you capture of the place you live in?