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# dublin - Wednesday 15 June, 2016

From The Daily Edge An Important And Official Ranking Of Dublin's Changing Rooms Changing Places

An Important And Official Ranking Of Dublin's Changing Rooms

To try it on at home, or in the shop? This may help you decide.

Bomb squad called after device found in Dublin housing estate

The scene was declared safe at 1.40pm.

Dublin faces another crisis - because there aren't enough hotel rooms

A new report says supply is falling as demand is rising.

Gardaí seize prescription drugs and €350k in cash after stopping cars on the M1

Three men were arrested and one remains in custody.

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Concern for teenage girl who has been missing since Sunday

Celine Sweeney was last seen in the Swords area.

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# dublin - Tuesday 14 June, 2016

Photos: Flash flooding hits Dublin as rainfall warning issued

AA Roadwatch is warning of traffic being diverted.

From The Daily Edge A café called Koffee&Kale has opened in Dublin 1 - here's what you can expect Koffee And Kale

A café called Koffee&Kale has opened in Dublin 1 - here's what you can expect

It’s not as hipster as it sounds.

# dublin - Monday 13 June, 2016

Houses, flats, holidays and McGregor tickets: Man up in court for multiple scams on friends

One couple gave him €76,000 for a property but he later admitted to “squandering” the cash on an Audi, a rugby tour and a holiday to New York.

Thousands turn out for "rainbow vigil" in Dublin to honour those killed in Orlando shooting

A large crowd – some draped in rainbow flags and holding balloons and other items – gathered at about 7pm this evening for the vigil.

# dublin - Sunday 12 June, 2016

One man dead, another in serious condition after Dublin car crash

Gardaí say the car crashed into a road barrier.

Student accommodation nightmares: 'I couldn't even stand up straight in my room'

As the academic year comes to a close, one student tells of her experiences of trying to find somewhere to live

# dublin - Friday 10 June, 2016

Couple who kept son (13) out of school for four years spared jail and fined €1,000

The mother and father have been warned they risk having their children being taken into care.

Homeless couple spend night in tent outside Regency Hotel after dispute over room

The family said they were evicted after complaining about mould in their room.

Gig-goer rescues man from Liffey after concert in the 3Arena

Gig-goer rescues man from Liffey after concert in the 3Arena

Paul Downes rescued the man on Wednesday night.

From The Daily Edge A wonderful plaque honouring Dermot Morgan has been unveiled in Dublin Dermot Morgan

# dublin - Thursday 9 June, 2016

Groundbreaking new 'speed over distance' speed cameras for Port Tunnel

With the new system drivers will be clocked at both ends of the tunnel.

Man gets two year sentence for fracturing ex-girlfriend's nose in assault

Christopher Warburton punched the young woman in the face, causing her nose bone to be exposed and leaving her with a scar.

# dublin - Wednesday 8 June, 2016

Student awarded €10.5k after being 'humiliated' when security guards broke into toilet cubicle

Daniel Masterson denied smoking or taking drugs in the toilet.

# dublin - Tuesday 7 June, 2016

Firefighters dealt with major blaze at 10 bedroom house

Five units of Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the house yesterday evening.

From The Daily Edge This new Dublin café has the most hipster name ever

This new Dublin café has the most hipster name ever

Stand down, everyone.

Foreign investors snapping up Dublin office space at an extraordinary rate

Just over a quarter of commercial buildings in the capital have changed hands over the past two years.

# dublin - Monday 6 June, 2016

From The Daily Edge Only A True Dubliner Will Get Over 80 in This Quiz Quiz

Only A True Dubliner Will Get Over 80 in This Quiz

It’s just science.

100 years of ugly buildings? A new book begs to differ

A new publication from Dublin City Council looks back at architecture in the city during the 20th century.

From The Daily Edge The elephants at Dublin Zoo have been cooling off in the most adorable way Splashy Splashy

Criticism of 'daredevil' who risked his life to climb landmark Dublin bridge

Meanwhile, the Irish Coast Guard has said anyone planning water activities today should take appropriate precautions.

# dublin - Sunday 5 June, 2016

Man and woman arrested over Tallaght shooting

The body of a man in his 30s was found in a remote location this morning.

# dublin - Saturday 4 June, 2016

From The Daily Edge This mam has made a heartbreaking plea to find her daughter's doll in Dublin Zoo Matilda Doll
From The Daily Edge 11 Reasons Why Cork Might Just Be Better Than Dublin The Real Capital
From The42 Some of the best places to run in Dublin Run In The Sun

Some of the best places to run in Dublin

Even if the weather doesn’t hold.

From The42 2006 scare in Longford: Dublin's last championship game outside of Croke Park AWAY FROM HOME

2006 scare in Longford: Dublin's last championship game outside of Croke Park

It’s been 10 years since the Dubs have played a championship match elsewhere.

# dublin - Friday 3 June, 2016

Former bank director acquitted of part in €7.2 billion scheme

Peter Fitzpatrick was appearing before the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court this afternoon.

'Dublin's ugliest building' is going to be knocked down and turned into this

Both Hawkins House and Apollo House are coming down.

Man jailed for three years over brawl involving snooker cues, bottles and metal poles

The man was seen picking up a metal security barrier and using it to strike a man on the ground.

# dublin - Thursday 2 June, 2016

From The42 McManamon and Macauley in for Dublin's big trip to Kilkenny to play Laois Due South

McManamon and Macauley in for Dublin's big trip to Kilkenny to play Laois

Jim Gavin has made just two changes to the league and All-Ireland football champions’ line-up.

From The Daily Edge 10 places in Dublin all garlic sauce enthusiasts must visit Garlic Is Love

10 places in Dublin all garlic sauce enthusiasts must visit

Garlic sauce: It’s a religion.

Boy accused of attacking young man on Dame Lane refuses to get out of bed for court

The 16-year-old tried to escape out of a back window when he realised gardaí had come for him, the Children’s Court was told.

€1.4m-worth of heroin seized in Dublin city

One man in his 30s was arrested.

Poll: Should Irish cities become high-rise? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Irish cities become high-rise?

Plans have been approved to increase the height limit of apartments in Dublin.

South Dublin residents complain about concert-goers 'urinating at will all over the place'

A number of objections to alcohol sales at Dublin summer concerts were rejected.

# dublin - Wednesday 1 June, 2016

Man charged in connection with Gareth Hutch murder denied bail

A woman has also been charged with failing, without reasonable excuse, to disclose information to the gardaí.