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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

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# dublin - Thursday 15 September, 2016

'The goal is to change the stigma': Homeless Dublin man setting up charity to help homeless

Anthony has been homeless, on and off, for most of his adult life. He says he wants to help others to help themselves.

# dublin - Wednesday 14 September, 2016

Man falls to death in Stephen's Green Shopping Centre

The incident occurred at about 4.35pm today.

Here we go again: The next bus strike starts at 9pm TONIGHT

The NBRU has accused Shane Ross and ‘Official Ireland’ of playing “footloose and fancy free” with the service.

From The Daily Edge This café in Dublin took the piss out of Donald Trump with today’s tip jar Small Hands

A man has been arrested in Spain over the murder of Gary Hutch

The operation is supported by other law enforcement agencies including Spain’s La Guardia Civil.

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From The Daily Edge There's a joint outdoor screening of Willy Wonka and the All-Ireland in Dublin this Sunday Pure Imagination

Why does Starbucks keep opening stores without planning permission?

Multiple outlets of the international coffee chain have fallen foul of planning laws in recent months.

# dublin - Tuesday 13 September, 2016

A row over billboards in south Dublin could mean higher prices for Dublin Bikes users

Councilors are denying the row is about ‘nimbyism’.

Developer who faked own kidnapping could be jailed for contempt of court order

McGeever received a suspended sentence for wasting garda time earlier this year.

Dublin councillor bemoans fair-weather GAA fans as All-Ireland tickets go on sale for €600

Mark Ward’s criticism comes as backbench Fine Gael TD Noel Rock prepares to publish bill to ban ticket touting in the coming weeks.

# dublin - Sunday 11 September, 2016

Taxi driver stabbed and assaulted in early morning carjacking

The car, a grey Ford Mondeo, was later found burnt out.

From The Daily Edge This wonderfully kind gesture from a woman in Rathmines will restore your faith in humanity Dear Friend

This wonderfully kind gesture from a woman in Rathmines will restore your faith in humanity

“I’ve left €10 behind the till for you in Starbucks. Pop in and get yourself something to eat.”

From The42 'Sometimes we look too much to the US and the UK for what they're doing' High Performance

'Sometimes we look too much to the US and the UK for what they're doing'

Ireland Women strength and conditioning coach Ed Slattery is running the 2016 Athletic Performance Seminar.

# dublin - Saturday 10 September, 2016

Gardaí find large quantity of growth hormones after stopping car in Lucan

The items were seized, but no one was arrested.

Three agencies refused to put up this billboard advertisement for Griffith College Dublin

“It could easily come across as a mistake in the posting of the creativity resulting in unnecessary criticism of the industry.”

# dublin - Friday 9 September, 2016

Brother of cyclist killed in Dublin collision thanks locals for their kindness

Neil Fox visited the scene yesterday and a local family took him in for breakfast.

12-year-old boy accused of bringing a hammer and a knife to school

He’s also charged with unlawful possession of a knife as a weapon at his school.

From The Daily Edge 11 times Maser brightened up the streets of Dublin Maser Loves You

# dublin - Thursday 8 September, 2016

Watch: Former residents look on as council flats torn down

The flats were the last to be torn down in the first phase of the regeneration of St Teresa’s Gardens near The Coombe Hospital.

Bus unions may consider ramping up strike action

A union official said that if workers on the picket say they want to escalate action,he will bring to talks next week.

Gardaí investigating serious assault on a busy Dublin road

The incident occurred yesterday evening just after rush hour, and gardaí are appealing for information.

KPMG announce 200 new jobs in Dublin

The company are also recruiting 300 graduates for its trainee programme.

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From The Daily Edge 10 tweets that perfectly sum up the chaos of the Dublin Bus strike Sardines

10 tweets that perfectly sum up the chaos of the Dublin Bus strike

Newbie cyclists! Luas queues! People roaring ‘thank you’ at train drivers!

# dublin - Wednesday 7 September, 2016

Hundreds take part in protest outside controversial crisis pregnancy clinic

Health Minister Simon Harris said yesterday he was “sickened” by the undercover footage.

A motion requiring all new units in O'Devaney Gardens to be public housing has been overturned

In the new deal, only 30% of the 1,353 units will be social housing.

Iconic Central Bank building finally on the market

The Dame Street premises and adjoining buildings are expected to sell for over €65 million.

"The word junkie is disgusting" - Dubs star Philly McMahon on drugs, his brother and being a role model

McMahon’s brother John died in London on this day four years ago after a long battle with drug addiction.

# dublin - Tuesday 6 September, 2016

The Artane Band says it won't be changing its name despite industrial school history

A council motion has been tabled calling for it to change.

# dublin - Monday 5 September, 2016

Power restored to thousands of Dublin homes and businesses after outage

10,000 homes and businesses were affected by the outage at its peak.

School reverses decision to deny place to Traveller child

Education Minister Richard Bruton has said his department is taking steps to assist the boy’s family.

Woman goes to buy carrots ... finds out she's won €114k in Lotto

“I’ll buy a new pair of shoes and I might go to Lourdes … but I think my prayers have been answered already.”

From The Daily Edge This Camden Street chipper has just launched a menu especially for vegans Vegan Chipper

# dublin - Sunday 4 September, 2016

Elderly woman dies after being struck by car in Dublin

The driver of the car was arrested and subsequently released.

# dublin - Saturday 3 September, 2016

WATCH: Here's a sneak peek of Culture Night 2016

We brought some of our lucky readers on a trip to three of the venues in Dublin.

'You may be unknowingly shielding a killer': Fresh appeal in Raonaid Murray case

Tomorrow marks 17 years since the teenager was killed just yards from her home in Glenageary.

After surviving 100 years of change, this rare building has been "gutted out"

“It could have been a wonderful home for a family, or an authentic rather than a fake hipster café – this was the real deal.”

How would a Dublin drug injecting room operate? We spoke to the boss of the Sydney centre

Sydney doctor Marianne Jauncey was taken aback by the level of open injecting in Dublin this week.

# dublin - Friday 2 September, 2016

Tom Clonan: Why we should care about gang members killing each other

If these crimes were committed during the Troubles they wouldn’t be tolerated – so why are they now?

Council says first phase of Priory Hall apartments have been fully refurbished

It was confirmed earlier this week that the council would be asking councillors for the go-ahead to sell the first phase of the apartments.

Gardaí seek help finding missing 14-year-old girl from Balbriggan

Ann Marie Joyce is known to frequent the Blanchardstown area.