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# dublin - Thursday 13 November, 2014

5 properties to view… on Dublin’s commuter belt Viewing Advised This post contains images

5 properties to view… on Dublin’s commuter belt

Here are the 5 best properties on Dublin’s commuter belt that you can view this weekend.

For the kids: How do schools impact on property prices?

Here, TheJournal.ie give you an education on what school proximity does for the housing market.

What else could I get for… the €3.5 million pricetag on this Georgian mansion in Wicklow

We take a look at what €3.5 million could get you around the country.

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# dublin - Wednesday 12 November, 2014

Teenager in court after woman threatened in home by men with knives

They fled the scene with a substantial amount of cash.

Irish survivor of Kegworth air disaster: I saw the bang, the flames, the sparks

Twenty five years on from the tragedy, Declan Brady says he still suffers from survivor guilt and has trouble looking positively into the future.

Like cycling? Fancy a €43k-a-year job as Dublin’s Cycling Czar?

The new appointee will have an input to Luas, bus and road projects and act as a cycling ‘advocate’ for the city.

# dublin - Tuesday 11 November, 2014

From The Score Analysis: Ireland’s intelligent maul defence frustrates the Boks Smarts

Analysis: Ireland’s intelligent maul defence frustrates the Boks

Simon Easterby and Paul O’Connell came up with a smart way to stop the South Africans.

Dublin City Council trying to cut off phone numbers on ‘cash for cars’ ads

The council is liaising with gardaí on the issue of the illegal ads.

# dublin - Monday 10 November, 2014

Water protesters on the northside are planning a major action

Rank-and-file gardaí have warned there’s now a “darker element” at work in the Dublin protests, but grassroots campaigners say entirely reject that charge.

# dublin - Sunday 9 November, 2014

Patient being tested for Ebola in Belfast

The person had recently been in an Ebola-affected country.

In pictures: When Foot & Mouth had us all on edge … and those little blue tubs were EVERYWHERE

The country was plunged into crisis-control mode — and the stringent control measures had an impact on virtually everyone in the State.

From The Score 6 winners for Cork and 4 for Dublin at 2014 Ladies football Allstar awards Leading Lights

6 winners for Cork and 4 for Dublin at 2014 Ladies football Allstar awards

Armagh, Monaghan, Laois and Down players complete the team.

# dublin - Saturday 8 November, 2014

Families face eviction so homes can be used for social housing

The fifteen families are expected to leave their homes before Christmas.

From The Score 11 for Dublin and 10 for Cork in the 2014 Ladies Football Allstar nominations Award Season

11 for Dublin and 10 for Cork in the 2014 Ladies Football Allstar nominations

The All-Ireland finalists both lead the way.

From The Score Bloody Sunday 1920 in Croke Park – 90 seconds of shooting that changed Irish-British History Looking Back

Bloody Sunday 1920 in Croke Park – 90 seconds of shooting that changed Irish-British History

A new book ‘The Bloodied Field’ by Michael Foley recounts the extraordinary story of Bloody Sunday.

# dublin - Friday 7 November, 2014

From The Daily Edge Hear Eva Longoria try to say ‘Tayto crisps’ in an Irish accent Top O' The Mornin'!

Hear Eva Longoria try to say ‘Tayto crisps’ in an Irish accent

The actress talked about her trip to Ireland on Seth Meyers’ chat show last night.

740 new jobs for Longford, Kildare, Dublin and Galway

The jobs will be created in IT, retail, pet food and the automotive industry.

# dublin - Thursday 6 November, 2014

From The Score No away day for Dubs supporters as Leinster Council vote for home comforts No Go

Reports of smoke in the cockpit forces flight to divert to Dublin Airport

The United Airlines flight landed safely at 6.15pm.

Can you guess where Ireland’s most popular property is?

Here are three market stats you should look at if you’re thinking of stepping onto the property ladder.

What else could I get for… the €475k pricetag on this Dublin grass-roofed bungalow

We take a look at what €475,000 could get you around the country.

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A lick of paint: The value of upgrading your rental property

Landlords are being advised to boost the value of their rentals by giving them deluxe refits.

300 jobs up for grabs in Amazon Dublin – so many it had to expand its offices

The sales giant has expanded its space to over 100,000 square feet to cater for the new employees.

# dublin - Wednesday 5 November, 2014

‘Dublin should not be allowed to play All-Ireland semi-finals in Croke Park’

The one-time promise of Cork Councillor Bernie Murphy.

Dublin’s Disney Store customers are ‘Frozen’ to two toys

Characters from the film ‘Frozen’ are proving to be pretty popular…

1994: Homeowners told they could win cars and holidays if they paid their water charges

Home-owners in South Dublin were entered into a prize draw if they paid in full and on time.

# dublin - Tuesday 4 November, 2014

From The Daily Edge Eva Longoria got more than 100 packs of Tayto delivered to her room Ms Tayto
From The Daily Edge Tony Hawk just held an ‘impromptu demo’ in a Dublin skate park Pro Skater

Tony Hawk just held an ‘impromptu demo’ in a Dublin skate park

The skater is currently in Dublin on Web Summit duties.

# dublin - Monday 3 November, 2014

From The Daily Edge Eva Longoria has basically done every single tourist activity in Dublin today Book Of Kells
From The Daily Edge Dublin Starbucks manages the worst name fail ever Rboign

Dublin Starbucks manages the worst name fail ever

Brian. His name is Brian.

Man arrested and gun seized in Finglas

The man was searched today at 12.15am.

From The Daily Edge What are these mystery signs in Dublin city centre all about, then? Scarlet For Ya

What are these mystery signs in Dublin city centre all about, then?

‘You Look Lovely’. Aw, thanks hun.

# dublin - Sunday 2 November, 2014

Bang Bang, Forty Coats… Remember any of these Dublin characters?

They’re all written about in this new book by Bobby Aherne.

From The Score McGrath hits 0-15 as Kilmacud Crokes claim extra-time Leinster hurling victory Drama

McGrath hits 0-15 as Kilmacud Crokes claim extra-time Leinster hurling victory

The result means Ollie Baker’s side advance to face the Kilkenny representatives in the provincial semi-final.

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