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# dublin - Today’s News

Unlicensed driver who knocked down and killed cyclist has prison sentence increased

The car had been seen driving dangerously, at a high speed and on the wrong side of the road.

Next in line: Children's self-portraits take professionals' place in Merrion Square

The organisers had hoped to display 100 submissions, but due to the number of responses have decided to increase that over 250.

Over 100 new tech jobs announced in Dublin after €6.5 million investment

The positions will be filled over a three-year period.

Woman attacked by dog in public park loses €60k damages claim against council

Joanne Stewart was attacked by a boxer dog in Corkagh Park in Dublin.

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'There are definitely stories that would fit onto the big screen': Jim Sheridan reflects on Apollo House

The film director is proud of what the Apollo House occupation achieved.

# dublin - Yesterday’s News

Tech and media companies have announced 153 new jobs for Dublin

Four technology companies have announced jobs for the capital.

No jail term for passenger who broke taxi driver's nose

The victim also suffered a cut over his eye in the attack.

Tallaght stabbing: Man released without charge as tributes paid to Graham McKeever RIP

Tallaght stabbing: Man released without charge as tributes paid to Graham McKeever

The father-of-one died from stab wounds received on Saturday morning.

# dublin - Tuesday 21 February, 2017

Gardaí launch murder investigation after fatal shooting on North Circular Road

It’s believed Gary O’Brien died after he was shot in the head.

Gardaí looking for 06 VW Transporter van in connection with hit-and-run over Christmas

The 27-year-old was taken to Beaumont Hospital, where he remains in a serious condition.

Eight people rescued from Dublin house fire

Some of those rescued are being treated for smoke inhalation.

From The Daily Edge 16 little indignities Dubliners must face each day Seagull Menace

16 little indignities Dubliners must face each day

This city has it in for us.

# dublin - Monday 20 February, 2017

'The justice system is a f***ing joke': Parents react as son's killer jailed for five years

Justice Butler was forced to adjourn the hearing when friends and relatives of the dead man reacted angrily to the sentence.

Musician loses damages claim after falling into moat while allegedly 'spinning around looking at the stars'

Philippe Clark fell into the moat at a Martello Tower in south Dublin where he had been given permission to perform.

Man in his 50s charged with armed robbery on Spar store

He will appear before court today.

# dublin - Sunday 19 February, 2017

Four units attend as Dublin Fire Brigade battles blaze in north inner city

Dublin Fire Brigade also managed to save two family members as it fought a blaze in Donaghmede early this morning.

Man arrested after armed robbery on shop in south Dublin

A man entered the store carrying a gun yesterday afternoon.

'This is a nightmare': Family face being kicked out of rented home after council 'admin error'

Paul Browne said he is desperately trying to keep a roof over his family’s heads.

There's a plan to 'rebrand' the north inner city as 'Dublin's North Central Quarter'

A regeneration plan for the area was launched this week.

# dublin - Saturday 18 February, 2017

From The42 Young Dubs respond in style to beat Cork despite losing Crummey to red card Off The Mark

Young Dubs respond in style to beat Cork despite losing Crummey to red card

Ger Cunningham’s men bounced back to earn an eight-point victory at Páirc Uí Rinn tonight.

The 19 most expensive cities in the world to rent a property

Do you have a spare €1,946 per month?

From The42 Last year's All-Ireland finalists open 2017 with wins and they both mean business Camogie Wrap

Last year's All-Ireland finalists open 2017 with wins and they both mean business

It was a busy opening day in the Littlewoods Camogie League.

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From The42 Having won All-Irelands with Cork, Dublin's adopted daughter gears up to face her former side Camogie

Having won All-Irelands with Cork, Dublin's adopted daughter gears up to face her former side

Sarah O’Donovan shares her turbulent story with The42.

# dublin - Friday 17 February, 2017

Second hit and run in 24 hours as woman critical after being hit by coach luggage door in Dublin

Two men were taken to St Vincent’s University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Court hears man 'threatened to break his wife's teeth with knuckle-duster' at Ballyogan house

The man was refused bail and is due to appear in court again on 24 February.

Donegal man (36) gets 12 months for sexually exploiting teenage girl after watching Frozen with her

The girl, who was in court for the sentence hearing, said she found it hard to cope after the incident.

From The Daily Edge These Dubliners went to every McDonald's in the city to take *full* advantage of the free brekkie Free Breakfast Friday

These Dubliners went to every McDonald's in the city to take *full* advantage of the free brekkie

“Ba da ba ba baaa… we’re taking advantage.”

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'We're taking back the night': Women to march in Shankill against sex attacker

The walk will take place tonight at 7.30pm

Kinahan cartel's 24hr surveillance system to protect David Byrne's grave Exclusive

A number of people have been put in charge of scouting the graveside for suspicious behaviour.

# dublin - Thursday 16 February, 2017

Man in his 70s announced dead at scene is revived in hospital after four-car crash in Dublin

The collision happened in Walkinstown this afternoon.

'Imagine the trauma, fear and confusion': 55% surge in child homelessness

Children’s charity Barnardos said it was appalled by the figures

'It's never too late to do the right thing': Children's hospital controversy rumbles on

There is still large opposition to the new hospital being built at the St James’s site in the city centre.

Is everything ok with the government's proposed regeneration of Dublin's north inner city?

The Mulvey Report concerning that regeneration is to be launched this evening.

# dublin - Wednesday 15 February, 2017

This Henry Street building could be yours for €18 million

42-43 Henry Street produces an annual rent of €864,459.

Gardaí reviewing hundreds of hours of CCTV footage to catch Shankill sex attacker

The attacks have occurred within walking distance between either Shankill or Killiney dart stations.

# dublin - Tuesday 14 February, 2017

Gym owner who broke girlfriend's teeth avoids jail

The woman was treated for two broken teeth and swelling to her face after the “brief alcohol-fuelled incident”.

Dublin Airport is getting four new multi-storey office buildings

It is estimated that approximately 400 jobs could be created during the construction phase.

# dublin - Monday 13 February, 2017

Teenager appears in court accused of raping girl on grounds of a Dublin college

There was no objection to bail subject to the youth obeying a number of conditions.

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