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Dublin: 19 °C Monday 21 August, 2017

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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

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# dublin - Saturday 5 August, 2017

From The42 As It Happened: Dublin v Monaghan, All-Ireland senior football quarter-final Croker Clash

As It Happened: Dublin v Monaghan, All-Ireland senior football quarter-final

Who would book a semi-final place on 27 August?

'A small town in a big moment in time' - How Ballybunion got a statue of Bill Clinton

The story of Clinton’s 1998 visit is being immortalised on the Dublin stage in A Statue For Bill Clinton.

From The42 Poll: Who do you think will win today's football quarter-finals? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will win today's football quarter-finals?

Tyrone and Armagh, and Dublin and Monaghan are set for battle in Croker.

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# dublin - Friday 4 August, 2017

Calls for Minister to intervene as residents of entire apartment block weeks away from being evicted

The complex in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, is due to be refurbished.

Two men arrested over alleged sexual assault in north Dublin nightclub

The attack is alleged to have occurred in the early hours of last Saturday morning.

# dublin - Thursday 3 August, 2017

Missing teenage boy found safe and well

Gardaí thanked the public for their help.

Six units of Dublin fire brigade tackle gorse fire billowing smoke onto M50

The fire has been burning for nearly three hours.

Revenue seizes 230,000 cigarettes and 160 kilos of tobacco in Dublin

A large quantity of cash was also detained.

'Are we ever going to get home?': Delays at European airport left family of six stranded overnight

A new EU regulation introduced in March has led to tighter border control in European airports.

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From The Daily Edge The new Luas has created a 'mini-Stonehenge' of electrical boxes and people are taking the piss Luashenge

The new Luas has created a 'mini-Stonehenge' of electrical boxes and people are taking the piss

One of Ireland’s newest tourist monuments.

# dublin - Wednesday 2 August, 2017

Fresh appeal for witnesses following death of boy (6) who was hit by van in Dublin

Gardaí have interviewed the driver of the van.

Barclays is moving into this new Dublin office - with room for 300 more staff

The financial firm will occupy two and a half floors of the new Molesworth Street office block.

Two men arrested for knife possession after being chased by Hutch associate

The man noticed a car acting suspiciously outside his mother’s house and pursued them.

# dublin - Tuesday 1 August, 2017

Trinity scientists believe they have made a breakthrough in treating asthma and eczema

Scientists believe their breakthrough could help create new drugs to treat allergic conditions.

Mountjoy Prison put on lockdown after drugs thrown into exercise yard

The incident happened at around 11am yesterday morning.

Unemployed couple removed from housing list as eighth child sees welfare income exceed threshold

The Ward family from Westmeath say their removal amounts to “an unfair and an unconstitutional attack on the family unit”.

# dublin - Monday 31 July, 2017

Thief who stole €500 from Dublin church left bike with his name on it at scene

Justin Murray pleaded guilty to taking the money from the Ballymun church.

Woman (39) to go on trial accused of murder of Gareth Hutch

He was shot dead outside his home in Dublin.

Poll: Is it finally time that Dublin went high-rise? Tall Tale This post contains a poll

Poll: Is it finally time that Dublin went high-rise?

Is it time for the Irish capital to finally bite the bullet and embrace high-rise structures?

# dublin - Sunday 30 July, 2017

From The42 Dublin to face Monaghan in All-Ireland quarter-final while Armagh drawn against Tyrone Pair Up

Dublin to face Monaghan in All-Ireland quarter-final while Armagh drawn against Tyrone

There;’s some exciting games to look forward to.

Wanted: taxi drivers to help give hundreds of kids a special day out in Dublin

The event has been running in Dublin since 1960, offering a fun day out every year for children with special needs.

Man in his 30s dies after crash on Dublin's Old Cabra Road

Two men died in separate crashes in Limerick yesterday.

# dublin - Saturday 29 July, 2017

How a colony of wallabies made an island off Dublin their home

As many as 100 of the marsupials are thriving off the coast of Dublin.

Appeal for whereabouts of 16-year-old who's been missing since last week

Quang Hong Vu, who’s originally from Vietnam, was last seen on O’Connell Street in Dublin.

Dublin Fire Brigade fighting large gorse fire near the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains

Small fires quickly gathered pace at the area near Kilternan in the south of the county.

# dublin - Friday 28 July, 2017

Judge refuses settlement after girl (6) suffered slice wound to her chest at Eddie Rockets

The judge thinks that the €19,500 offer may not be enough.

Man charged over alleged hit-and-run that killed 13-year-old boy

Lee Henry was struck by a car on a road in Coolock last October, and later died in hospital.

# dublin - Thursday 27 July, 2017

Man injured after being struck by Luas

The condition of the injured person is not yet known.

Johnny Ronan argues his rejected skyscraper would 'economically enhance' Dublin

His property firm has demanded an oral hearing from An Bord Pleanála.

Gardaí locate missing woman safe and well

43-year-old Caroline O’Mahony had been missing from her home since 25 July.

Dublin man charged over last night's stand-off at St Agnes' Church

The 51-year-old man said he would stay away from all church properties and their grounds in compliance with his bail conditions.

# dublin - Wednesday 26 July, 2017

Incident at Crumlin church ends after man gives himself up

No one was injured in the incident, gardai said.

There are some major Luas traffic disruptions coming (but they'll be the final ones before it starts running)

Luas Cross City will start carrying passengers in December.

# dublin - Tuesday 25 July, 2017

From The Daily Edge John Mayer perfectly explained why Justin Bieber was right to cancel the rest of his tour Justin Bieber

If you missed U2, here are some of the best bits from their homecoming gig in Croke Park

The crowd was treated to a spectacular tri-colour themed fly-past

Teenager hospitalised after being stabbed in Dublin yesterday evening

The 19-year-old man received a number of stab wounds when he was attacked in Crumlin.

# dublin - Monday 24 July, 2017

Teenager killed in Dublin after motorcycle hit lamppost

A pillion passenger was seriously injured.

Man who set fire to apartment block was 'out of his mind' on drink and drugs

John McGovern (25) set fire to the Station Hill apartment complex at Clongriffin, Dublin last November, a court heard.

Student who fled war-torn Afghanistan had life 'ruined' in Dublin hammer attack

A youth then aged 17 has pleaded guilty to the attack.

Dublin bakery's refusal to make anti-gay marriage cake 'was not discrimination'

“BY THE GRACE OF THE GOOD LORD.”