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Dublin: 12 °C Sunday 25 June, 2017

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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

Boy (14) airlifted to hospital after yachting incident off Cork coast

In a separate incident, a man in his 50s required the help of the coast guard after a serious kitesurfing incident.

Gardaí seize €350k in cash in latest crackdown on Kinahan gang

Three men in their 40s have been arrested.

From The42 Dublin and Westmeath unveil starting sides as they go head-to-head for Leinster final spot Team News

'An example of how bad it can get': We counted 13 syringes down this tiny Dublin alleyway

The site shows that public injecting is still a major problem, a drug service worker said.

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# dublin - Friday 23 June, 2017

Tony Bennett's sell-out Dublin concert has been cancelled

The 19-time Grammy winner was due to perform this Sunday.

Port Tunnel: Gardaí catch same vehicle speeding 3 times in 19 day-period

The highest speed recorded by the Port Tunnel’s new speed cameras is 132 km/h.

Hundreds queue for free tickets as Abbey Theatre shows it is "open to all"

They were queuing for tickets for a preview of the show Room.

This is Ireland's favourite building

The shortlist included 60 projects across 13 counties and three international projects.

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Houses evacuated after suspicious device is found in Ballymun

Gardaí and army members are at the scene.

Convicted killer who threatened to burn down charity worker's home avoids jail

The man pleaded guilty to making a threat to another man to damage his house, intending him to believe it would be carried out.

# dublin - Thursday 22 June, 2017

'My life after my wife’s death has been a never-ending nightmare'

The inquest into Malak Thawley’s death returned a verdict of medical misadventure.

Grenfell Tower: Cladding on seven UK high rises found to be combustible

Tower blocks across Britain are being examined following the London fire.

'Everyone's been saying to me don't give it back... I kept saying it's only a house at the end of the day'

Ann Uzell recently gave up her old home for a smaller apartment.

# dublin - Wednesday 21 June, 2017

Gardaí made 'unwise and inappropriate' decisions at water charges protest, court hears

Six men have pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to falsely imprisoning the then-Tánaiste Joan Burton.

Tributes paid to 'much loved' school principal killed following collision with car

Pádraic Carney was involved in an accident in Rathfarnham yesterday morning.

# dublin - Tuesday 20 June, 2017

20 people living in Dublin city building to leave the property over fire safety concerns

A family and about a dozen students have been living in the building.

Backpacks banned from Dublin Pride events for security reasons

Organisers of the LGBT festival said they are working with gardaí to ensure “the safety and enjoyment of all attending”.

Two women in their 50s assaulted in separate attacks in Rathfarnham last weekend

One woman was taken to Tallaght Hospital to be treated for injuries.

Parents gather to discuss effect of 'incredibly stupid' Poolbeg incinerator

The activist group ‘Parents Against the Incinerator’ are holding a meeting this evening. Here’s a bit of what will be discussed.

# dublin - Monday 19 June, 2017

Residents hit out at 'disgusting' illegal dumping in Dolphin's Barn

“Some people just put rubbish on the street because they know the council will come and take it away.”

Hoax statement made by Dublin Lord Mayor to raise disability awareness

Dublin City Council released a false statement suggesting people with disabilities may be allowed use cycle lanes.

Man released after gun seized in Dublin city, second man remains in custody

The firearm was found in a car on Friday night.

# dublin - Sunday 18 June, 2017

Take a guided tour of... the billion-dollar tech firm with an Irish pub in its office

US market research company Qualtrics is currently on a major recruitment drive.

# dublin - Saturday 17 June, 2017

From The42 Morey steals the show with 15 points as Banner cruise past Déise Sweet 15

Morey steals the show with 15 points as Banner cruise past Déise

Elsewhere, Galway overcame a sluggish start to defeat Dublin in the capital.

From The42 'I feel like I'm 22 again': Brogan desperate to earn his place back in Dublin team Full Circle

'I feel like I'm 22 again': Brogan desperate to earn his place back in Dublin team

Ten years on from his championship debut, the former Footballer of the Year wants to prove himself all over again.

Heading into Dublin this morning? Luas testing is set to cause traffic disruption in the city centre

The Luas is set to travel very, very slowly through the city centre to test out the new line for the first time today.

# dublin - Friday 16 June, 2017

Council says new 'stationless bike' company does not have permission to operate in Dublin

The Council said it understands that the stationless bike sharing app BleeperBike intends to launch its service this weekend.

Man charged over pipe bomb found under prison officer's car

Legal aid has been granted to Mark O’Shea, who appeared before Dublin District Court today.

Gardaí arrest two men after armed robbery and car chase through Rathfarnham

The two men are believed to have carjacked a woman in Saggart earlier in the day.

Another man arrested in connection with Mark Desmond murder

Last night, four people arrested over the murder were released.

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Poll: Do you think Ireland is a rip-off? This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Ireland is a rip-off?

An EU-wide survey found we are the most expensive nation in Europe when it comes to alcohol and cigarettes.

Dublin woman now owns a quarter acre back garden due to council oversight

The woman’s grandfather had previously paid rent on and kept the land.

# dublin - Thursday 15 June, 2017

Man who attacked 'good Samaritan' with a jagged beer can jailed for 12 months

John McDermott attacked Russ Hogan after he caught him observing him watching a woman take money from an ATM.

From The42 Connolly's 12-week ban stands as Dublin opt against appeal Cool For The Summer

Connolly's 12-week ban stands as Dublin opt against appeal

The 29-year-old was suspended after a confrontation with a linesman during Dublin’s win over Carlow.

# dublin - Wednesday 14 June, 2017

Victim in Wicklow Mountains murder case is named locally

The remains of Patricia O’Connor, who was aged in her 50s, were found at a number of locations.

Waste-burning suspended after lime-leak at Poolbeg incinerator

Last week, eleven workers were taken to hospital following an ‘unscheduled’ release of lime.

From The Daily Edge A Dublin woman is trying to track down a dreamy man she met buying tomatoes in her local Lidl Love In Lidl

A Dublin woman is trying to track down a dreamy man she met buying tomatoes in her local Lidl

Could she have found love in the produce aisle?

Man who was found with serious injuries in Dublin car park has died

It is not known at this stage how he sustained his injuries.

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Convicted criminal climbed on roof of Mountjoy Prison and stripped naked

The incident happened yesterday afternoon.

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