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Dublin: 12 °C Thursday 18 December, 2014

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# dublin - Today’s News

From The Daily Edge Spotted: the greatest council bin collector in Dublin Ho Ho Ho

# dublin - Yesterday’s News

The New York Times is all praise for Ireland AGAIN

Last week the paper reported that Dublin was ‘like walking into a Christmas card’ – this week it says we have ‘one of the most beautiful views in the world’. Nice one.

Spot the difference: Do you know which of these is Trinity’s new logo?

The new design has emerged today after a months-long deliberation process.

From Business ETC Eddie Rocket’s to create 50 new jobs with new fast-food franchise Jobs Watch

Eddie Rocket’s to create 50 new jobs with new fast-food franchise

Two new restaurants will offer more of a fast-food experience and will be named simply ‘Rocket’s’.

# dublin - Tuesday 16 December, 2014

Three arrested in searches as part of operation to tackle burglaries

Two men will appear in court tomorrow while a woman appear in court today.

From The Score Mary O’Rourke and Danny Sutcliffe had an intense Bridge battle in Dublin today Bridge Face

First Irish drug injecting centre planned for Dublin

Changes to the law would be necessary, but it’s hoped draft legislation will be ready to present to the Minister for Health next year.

Good news Dublin: Musgrave is creating 80 new jobs

New roles include management and warehouse positions.

# dublin - Monday 15 December, 2014

From The Daily Edge Dublin coffee shops are banding together to do an alternative to 12 Pubs Got Coffee?

Dublin coffee shops are banding together to do an alternative to 12 Pubs

The city’s independent coffee shops are offering special deals each day until Christmas.

# dublin - Sunday 14 December, 2014

Man in his 40s killed in Dublin crash

A woman in her 60s has been taken to hospital.

# dublin - Saturday 13 December, 2014

Check out this remarkable Pathé footage of the Great North Strand Floods of 1954

The Tolka reached ceiling height, and even swept away a railway bridge as the waters continued to rage.

These unpublished photos show familiar Irish faces like you’ve never seen them before

Photographer Conor Horgan has gone through his work to pick out the great photos that never saw the light.

# dublin - Friday 12 December, 2014

From Business ETC The contentious Dublin Christmas Market has a 100 per cent approval rate Hitting Back

The contentious Dublin Christmas Market has a 100 per cent approval rate

According to a survey from the group that set it up … The Restaurants Association of Ireland have criticised it for an over-reliance on fast food operators.

Single-use injection vial ‘used on multiple patients’ in maternity hospital

Three maternity hospitals visited by inspectors were found to be clean but with some exceptions.

The Family Law Court is getting its own building in Dublin

The news has been welcomed by Chief Justice, Susan Denham.

From The Score Five changes as Leinster partner Fitzgerald and Madigan in midfield Dream Duo

Five changes as Leinster partner Fitzgerald and Madigan in midfield

Isaac Boss, Zane Kirchner, Dominic Ryan and Kane Douglas all come into the starting team.

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From Business ETC 50 new jobs in Dublin aim to stop that buzzing sound in your ear Tinnitus

50 new jobs in Dublin aim to stop that buzzing sound in your ear

Another 80 positions were also announced in Cork.

# dublin - Thursday 11 December, 2014

5 properties to view this weekend in… the East of Ireland Viewing Advised This post contains images

5 properties to view this weekend in… the East of Ireland

Here are the 5 best properties in the east of Ireland on view this weekend.

Houses are selling for 40% more than their reserve price at auction today

It’s all getting a bit boom-tastic over at the RDS.

Dawson Street WILL get a northbound Luas stop after all

Permission was initially only granted for a southbound stop.

VIDEO: SUV hits pedestrians at anti-water charge protest in Dublin

One person was injured after the vehicle mounted the path.

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Would you buy a house with a criminal past?

Serious crime can often have less of an impact on a house’s price than you might think.

WATCH: Clashes between gardaí and water charge protesters on O’Connell Bridge We Won't Pay This post contains videos

WATCH: Clashes between gardaí and water charge protesters on O’Connell Bridge

The main protest, in which tens of thousands participated, was a peaceful one but a gardaí said six arrests were made.

# dublin - Wednesday 10 December, 2014

As it happened: Tens of thousands turn out in Dublin to demand ‘Right2Water’

Tens of thousands of people took part in the latest mass protest against water charges — but there were some violent scenes too, and ‘breakaway’ protesters caused havoc for commuters.

“Horrific”: Gangs passing drug debts on to families bereaved by suicide

And children as young as 15 are involved in ‘tiger kidnappings.’

From The Daily Edge New York Times ode to Dublin at Christmas will fill you with festive cheer Christmas In Dublin

New York Times ode to Dublin at Christmas will fill you with festive cheer

They compare Dublin to “a Christmas card”.

‘Rats skittering across sodden blankets, beds of needles’: Enda on meeting Dublin’s homeless On The Streets This post contains videos

‘Rats skittering across sodden blankets, beds of needles’: Enda on meeting Dublin’s homeless

The Taoiseach has told the Dáil about his experience of meeting homeless people last week.

# dublin - Tuesday 9 December, 2014

Missing 15-year-old girl found safe and well

The teenager disappeared yesterday evening in Dublin’s north city centre.

A plaque has been erected in the doorway where Jonathan Corrie died

He passed away from hypothermia earlier this month.

Cute kids? Check. Animals? Check. Christmas has arrived Mansion House This post contains images

Cute kids? Check. Animals? Check. Christmas has arrived

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…

# dublin - Monday 8 December, 2014

Twenty five senior citizens will return to reconstructed homes before Christmas

35 tenants were moved out of the complex 6 years ago for the demolition and reconstruction.

Lucan woman reported missing from home is found safe and well

Gardaí had earlier issued an appeal for help.

Revenue stop 130,000 cigarettes marked “school goods” from hitting the market

The cargo has a street value of around €68,300.

# dublin - Sunday 7 December, 2014

Here’s why some people have travelled from Detroit to join the water charges protest

Chants heard at Dublin Airport today – ‘From Dublin to Detroit, water is a human right’

Two men charged after being found in balaclavas near church

Gardaí seized a replica firearm from the area.

Dublin Sounds: An autumnal walk in Dartmouth Square

A sound sketch of a beautiful space in Dublin on a crisp autumn day…

Light up your December with family time in Smithfield

Put the credit card away and have some down time.

# dublin - Saturday 6 December, 2014

“Sometimes we have people sleeping on the floor of the recreation room”

Will Minister Alan Kelly’s ‘beds for Christmas’ pledge be felt outside Dublin?

# dublin - Friday 5 December, 2014

Michael Lowry set to face trial over incorrect tax return charge

The date for his appearence before the Dublin Circuit Court is yet to be set.

Enda Kenny was on the streets talking to homeless people last night

“He had his woolly hat on and his jacket on and his scarf and he walked around and he fed people.”

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