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Dublin: 12 °C Thursday 29 June, 2017

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# dublin - Friday 16 June, 2017

Man charged over pipe bomb found under prison officer's car

Legal aid has been granted to Mark O’Shea, who appeared before Dublin District Court today.

Gardaí arrest two men after armed robbery and car chase through Rathfarnham

The two men are believed to have carjacked a woman in Saggart earlier in the day.

Another man arrested in connection with Mark Desmond murder

Last night, four people arrested over the murder were released.

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Poll: Do you think Ireland is a rip-off?

An EU-wide survey found we are the most expensive nation in Europe when it comes to alcohol and cigarettes.

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Dublin woman now owns a quarter acre back garden due to council oversight

The woman’s grandfather had previously paid rent on and kept the land.

# dublin - Thursday 15 June, 2017

Man who attacked 'good Samaritan' with a jagged beer can jailed for 12 months

John McDermott attacked Russ Hogan after he caught him observing him watching a woman take money from an ATM.

From The42 Connolly's 12-week ban stands as Dublin opt against appeal Cool For The Summer

Connolly's 12-week ban stands as Dublin opt against appeal

The 29-year-old was suspended after a confrontation with a linesman during Dublin’s win over Carlow.

# dublin - Wednesday 14 June, 2017

Victim in Wicklow Mountains murder case is named locally

The remains of Patricia O’Connor, who was aged in her 50s, were found at a number of locations.

Waste-burning suspended after lime-leak at Poolbeg incinerator

Last week, eleven workers were taken to hospital following an ‘unscheduled’ release of lime.

From The Daily Edge A Dublin woman is trying to track down a dreamy man she met buying tomatoes in her local Lidl Love In Lidl

A Dublin woman is trying to track down a dreamy man she met buying tomatoes in her local Lidl

Could she have found love in the produce aisle?

Man who was found with serious injuries in Dublin car park has died

It is not known at this stage how he sustained his injuries.

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Convicted criminal climbed on roof of Mountjoy Prison and stripped naked

The incident happened yesterday afternoon.

'It's a huge loss to the community': Staff protest closure of drug treatment service in Dublin

Staff at Adapt in Dublin were told last month that the service was winding down.

# dublin - Tuesday 13 June, 2017

Casualty hospitalised after Liffey rescue at O'Connell Bridge

The incident at O’Connell Bridge was reported just after 4.40pm this afternoon.

Unidentified man with serious injuries discovered in underground car park

He was found at 5.05am at Carnegie Court Apartments, in Dublin.

'I fought to get clean and to get where I am today': New apartments in Dublin give hope to homeless people

St Agatha’s Court consists of 11 social housing apartments located in Dublin’s north inner city.

Criminal Assets Bureau raid motor dealerships and homes in Dublin

The operation is part of an ongoing investigation into an organised criminal gang in Dublin.

'It'll be quite a spectacle': Luas to travel very, very slowly through city centre to test out new line

On Saturday, engineers will give the Luas a run on the new line to test out every aspect of its operations.

# dublin - Sunday 11 June, 2017

Man arrested in the UK in connection with the murder of Gareth Hutch

The arrest comes a day after a 39-year-old woman was charged with the murder in Dublin last year.

The children of a major Celtic Tiger developer are building dozens of Dublin homes

Joe Moran’s Manor Park Homes constructed hundreds of houses across Ireland in the boom.

# dublin - Saturday 10 June, 2017

From The42 Reigning champions Kilkenny begin back-to-back double bid in style Camogie Wrap

Reigning champions Kilkenny begin back-to-back double bid in style

There were also wins for Dublin, Cork and Offaly.

# dublin - Friday 9 June, 2017

43-year-old man taken to hospital after being slashed at St Patrick's Park

The man has been treated for what have been described as ‘minor injuries’.

Defence Forces respond to 'suspect device' outside Cabinteely home

The operation is ongoing.

'A lot of people will not get on bikes because they think it's dangerous. We need segregated routes'

Radical plans to close off traffic for cars on some routes in Dublin would not only be beneficial for bike users, according to a cycling group.

# dublin - Wednesday 7 June, 2017

Ashes stolen from elderly couple's house anonymously returned after Liveline appeal

Two men forced their way into the elderly couple’s home and stole cash and a box that had ashes in it.

Firefighters battle blaze at derelict pub in Balbriggan

The street was closed off as units dealt with the “significant” fire at the pub.

Gardaí warn modifications dangerous and illegal after Dublin truck found with spikes

Officers say this poses a serious risk to cyclists, pedestrians and all other road users.

Gardaí searching for man after armed robbery of Dublin post office

No one was injured in the incident.

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Ex-wife of London attacker who lived in Ireland says she's focusing on her daughter

Charisse O’Leary said she was shocked by the attack and expressed condolences to those who lost their lives.

Ireland's largest-ever portfolio of rental properties is on sale for €425m-plus

The four developments, which are yet to be finished, are scattered across Dublin.

Senior gardaí claim armed units could respond to O'Connell Bridge terror attack within eight minutes

The Commissioner today said the force is taking our national security very seriously.

# dublin - Tuesday 6 June, 2017

'Nothing to do with Enda leaving': Web Summit organisers announce Dublin event

MoneyConf, a financial services and fintech conference, has previously been held in other countries.

# dublin - Monday 5 June, 2017

From The42 In pictures: Thousands turn out for Women's Mini Marathon in Dublin Ladies' Day

In pictures: Thousands turn out for Women's Mini Marathon in Dublin

Over 30,000 people took part in this year’s event.

Up and running: 'First fire' of waste at controversial Poolbeg incinerator

The facility has started burning waste – two decades after it was first proposed.

Expect road closures in south Dublin - the Mini Marathon is about to kick off

35,000 women are expected to take part – making it the largest female event of its kind in the world.

Bernie Sanders brought his 'resistance' message to Dublin (after stopping by the Áras)

Trump “lied through his teeth” to America’s working class in last year’s campaign, according to the Vermont Senator.

# dublin - Sunday 4 June, 2017

Two men due before in court after explosives seized in Dublin on Friday

A 55-year-old man has been released without charge.

55-year-old man arrested over explosives seized in Dublin on Friday

Parts of Dublin’s north inner city was shut down following the discovery.

Teen arrested after trying to hijack ambulance

It’s understood he drove a few metres before being restrained by the crew.

Famine emigration stories: Corkman who made it to US went to war in exchange for land for his family

Between 1845 and 1851 around 1.2 million people left Ireland, a new exhibition looks at some of their stories.