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Dublin: 17 °C Saturday 23 July, 2016

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# dublin - Today’s News

Friends of runner who collapsed in Dublin half marathon appeal for help with his medical bills

Dave Phillips was saved by a combination of Dublin Fire Brigade and Civil Defence workers and other runners.

# dublin - Yesterday’s News

QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Your Way Around Dublin?

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"We're not going anywhere" - Demonstration held in support of homeless families on O'Connell Street

A demonstration in planned in support of the families this afternoon.

# dublin - Thursday 21 July, 2016

Homeless families living in Dublin hotel told to leave by Saturday

Lynam’s Hotel has gone into receivership.

Varadkar proposes tying welfare payments to inflation

The Social Welfare Minister called for people receiving welfare to “never again see their standard of living eroded or falling behind society in general”.

Teen jailed after LC student was left with broken jaw when he was robbed for €1

The attackers shouted “give the lad a stab” during the assault.

Gardaí appeal for information about 13-year-old missing from south Dublin

Cameron Curtis is said to have a Dublin/ Monaghan accent.

Gardaí seek photos and videos after couple attacked while walking on Dollymount beach

A man was hospitalised and five men were arrested.

President Hollande recognises Ireland is a "special" case in Brexit talks

The French president said the sooner Britain triggers Brexit the better.

From The42 Fit-again Andrews relieved to be in frame as season reaches fever pitch Back To Business

Fit-again Andrews relieved to be in frame as season reaches fever pitch

And the St Brigid’s forward is confident that the Dubs haven’t peaked yet.

# dublin - Wednesday 20 July, 2016

Father of three caught hiding heroin-filled football given four years

Paul Dempsey had developed a gambling addiction and relapsed into heroin use shortly before being caught with the drugs.

# dublin - Tuesday 19 July, 2016

Child homelessness has increased by 37% in six months

The problem in Dublin is particularly stark.

From The Daily Edge This Dublin pub is hosting an epic Alan Partridge quiz AHA

This Dublin pub is hosting an epic Alan Partridge quiz

Michael The Geordie is going to be there!

'Singing' priest and serial abuser Tony Walsh jailed for raping boy three times in 1980s

The judge said Walsh’s abuse of the victim had “plagued his life to date”.

# dublin - Sunday 17 July, 2016

Making men's fantasies a reality: The life of a professional dominatrix in Dublin

For the first time in her 10-year career as a professional dominatrix, Dublin’s Mistress Lara has decided to tell her story.

A brand new town is being planned for south Dublin and this is what its park will look like

Planning permission has been granted for two of the three parks.

From The Daily Edge 15 photos of Dublin looking savage in this heatwave Heatwave

There are no trains running between Dublin and Dun Laoghaire today

Major works are taking place on the line in south Dublin today.

Man taken to hospital after falling from cliff in Howth

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon.

'If even one percent of London’s economic activities migrated here, we would be absolutely crippled'

Dublin is going on a charm offensive to woo London financial firms – despite fears the city is ill-equipped to support them.

# dublin - Saturday 16 July, 2016

Generations come together to celebrate 50 years of Ballymun

It’s all thanks to Axis Ballymun, which has put on a programme of arts events to mark its 15th birthday.

# dublin - Friday 15 July, 2016

Man stabbed in Dublin city centre this evening

The man’s injuries have been described as serious.

Man awarded €31,000 after biting into piece of metal on Domino's pizza

X-rays had revealed that he had suffered two fractured molars.

Gardaí renew appeal over hit and run which left cyclist with "serious leg injuries"

The incident happened last Saturday, 9 July, at 12.45am.

Figures used to tackle housing crisis were five years out of date

In May, the Housing Agency told the Dáil there were 230,000 vacant houses in Ireland – it’s actually 198,000.

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From The42 O'Sullivan admits difficulty in shutting out talk of another easy Dublin win Ear Muffs

O'Sullivan admits difficulty in shutting out talk of another easy Dublin win

Jim Gavin’s side are targeting their 11th provincial title in 12 years when they take on Westmeath on Sunday.

# dublin - Thursday 14 July, 2016

'If I closed my eyes, I knew I wouldn't open them': stab victim tells court of guilt over relationship with attacker

The creche worker said she had to give up her flat because she could not return to the scene of the attack.

From The Daily Edge 14 deliciously filthy bits of Irish chip porn Get Yer Chips Out

14 deliciously filthy bits of Irish chip porn

Happy French Fry Day! Prepare to drool.

# dublin - Wednesday 13 July, 2016

From The Daily Edge Veggie food lovers need to know about Dublin's latest food truck Veginity

Tenant claims ex-minister Ivor Callely locked her out of Chinese restaurant

The Circuit Civil Court heard that solicitors had been unable to serve callely with notice of court proceedings.

From The Daily Edge This Dublin restaurant has had it with Pokémon Go players wandering into the kitchen Keep Out

# dublin - Tuesday 12 July, 2016

Hundreds attend Black Lives Matter demos in Cork, Dublin and Galway

President Obama also spoke at an emotional memorial in Dallas.

An alleged €178k fraudster told duped investors he'd 'flip cars for profit'

Eamon Shield has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Dublin couple, who moved to Thailand to reclaim their son's child, to lose family home to repossession

Christopher and Elizabeth O’Brien’s daughter was supposed to pay their mortgage but had failed to do so, a court has heard.

A Black Lives Matter demonstration is taking place in Dublin this evening

The demonstration is to take place on O’Connell Street at 6.30pm.

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From The42 'Every time I put on the jersey I'm living the dream, I'm like a child putting it on' - Fenton MIDDLE MAN

'Every time I put on the jersey I'm living the dream, I'm like a child putting it on' - Fenton

The Dublin midfielder opens up on his remarkable rise, idolising Ciaran Whelan and the challenge of breaking down Westmeath.

# dublin - Monday 11 July, 2016

From The Daily Edge This cool new pizza and cocktail joint just opened on Dublin's Northside The Yarn

This cool new pizza and cocktail joint just opened on Dublin's Northside

Did somebody say ‘roof terrace’?

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