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Dublin: 12 °C Friday 28 August, 2015

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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

From The42 This Elverys promo for Mayo v Dublin is pretty damn spine-tingling Mayo For Sam This post contains videos
From The42 No Armagh complaints despite semi-final home advantage for Dublin On The Road

No Armagh complaints despite semi-final home advantage for Dublin

The Orchard County will travel to Parnell Park on 5 September.

From Business ETC This startup founded by Irish guys is about to be HUGE… and they found a pretty unique way to tell people Future's Bright

This startup founded by Irish guys is about to be HUGE… and they found a pretty unique way to tell people

Intercom, the “Whatsapp of customer service”, have announced a huge funding and jobs coup… with a cartoon.

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# dublin - Wednesday 26 August, 2015

A craft beer walking tour of Dublin

One route. Several stops… You’re welcome.

Two hospitalised after one man stabbed and another attacked with metal piping

The separate incident saw both men suffered non-life threatening injuries.

One of Cityjet’s airplanes was in the hangar that went on fire at Dublin Airport

Flights have resumed this morning after an earlier suspension of operations.

# dublin - Tuesday 25 August, 2015

‘Deeply worrying’ increase in people huffing butane in Dublin city centre

It’s widely and cheaply available – but can lead to fits, short term memory loss and in some cases sudden death.

# dublin - Monday 24 August, 2015

‘A people person – with a mad but fun side’: Johnny Lyons laid to rest in Dublin

His brother told mourners Johnny was good-natured, a good listener and “liked to be underestimated throughout life”.

Do you know which age group is most likely to become obese?

A new study by the Irish Society of Chartered Phsiotherapists found that most people are unaware that children aged 0 to 5 years are most at risk .

Woman awarded €17,500 after being dismissed while on maternity leave

The company Samantha Murphy worked for went into receivership while she was off work.

# dublin - Saturday 22 August, 2015

From The Daily Edge 11 cocktails in Dublin that are almost too pretty to drink Thirst
‘College is a good bit away’: Ireland’s brightest young minds are meeting today 20 Under 20 This post contains videos

# dublin - Friday 21 August, 2015

From The Daily Edge Shaggy has an unlikely family connection to Dundalk — here’s what you need to know Mr Boombastic
Pics: Woman rescued from Dublin apartment balcony after fire started in bedroom Augustin Street This post contains images

Pics: Woman rescued from Dublin apartment balcony after fire started in bedroom

The cause of the fire is not yet clear.

Inner city shooting: Gardaí want to talk to taxi driver who took woman to hospital

Gardaí investigating the scene have recovered a number of bullet casings.

# dublin - Thursday 20 August, 2015

Gardaí seize nearly €1 million worth of pills in Blanchardstown

A man in his late 30s was arrested at the scene.

Teenager hospitalised after ‘vicious’ attack in child detention centre

Three staff who tried to intervene were also injured.

Cork-bound flight diverted to Dublin over lack of tall stairs

Houston, we have a problem

Two men charged after €1.5 million worth of heroin found in two cars

They are both due to appear before court at the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.

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Revenue and gardaí need to clamp down hard on the owners of rickshaws before it’s too late

Some rickshaw owners in the capital are bringing in €15,000 a week in untaxed income, and organised crime is beginning to take note writes Derek Keating.

# dublin - Wednesday 19 August, 2015

From The Daily Edge 12 little reasons why Dubliners are seriously sound Sound Out

# dublin - Monday 17 August, 2015

Dublin is the world’s second friendliest city, but Sydney is sounder

The capital is “Barcelona, without the sunstroke”, apparently.

From Business ETC Ireland’s largest frozen ready meal supplier to hire 100 people Jobs

Ireland’s largest frozen ready meal supplier to hire 100 people

A further 100 people will be hired in construction to build the new food plant in north Dublin.

Vandals open Grand Canal gates leaving Dublin street flooded

The incident took the Dublin Fire Brigade two and a half hours to bring under control.

# dublin - Sunday 16 August, 2015

Minister defends plan to take the cars out of the centre of Dublin

It has been proposed that much of the centre of Dublin could be closed off to cars.

These posters are going to help give two families new homes Quote/unquote This post contains images

These posters are going to help give two families new homes

‘I struggle to get my head around how many people are homeless.’

# dublin - Saturday 15 August, 2015

Gardaí and Revenue in crackdown on Dublin rickshaws

A joint operation between Gardaí and Revenue officials yesterday evening was inspecting the vehicles.

# dublin - Friday 14 August, 2015

‘I’m going to have surgery, then I start chemo, then I’ll be homeless’

Aisling is trying to find a place for her and her children to live before she begins treatment.

Have you seen Carl Thornton? He’s been missing since Wednesday

The man was last seen getting on a bus in Drogheda.

27 headstones destroyed by vandals at Goldenbridge Cemetery Inchicore This post contains images

27 headstones destroyed by vandals at Goldenbridge Cemetery

Some of the headstones were smashed into pieces.

‘We are truly very humbled by your kindness’: Berkeley victim Clodagh Cogley settling in back in Dublin

Clodagh’s family shared a photo of her on the Golden Gate Bridge and thanked everyone for their generosity.

From The42 ‘Joe always says you’ve got to make the guy outside you look better’ Bossing It

‘Joe always says you’ve got to make the guy outside you look better’

Isaac Boss gets a chance to impress at scrum-half against Scotland tomorrow.

# dublin - Thursday 13 August, 2015

Dublin hotel tells homeless family not to use front door

Families in emergency accommodation were issued with strict rules restricting their access to hotel facilities.

Woman rescued from Howth Head after being kept on phone as crew of 19 searched

She was found in the early hours of this morning.

# dublin - Wednesday 12 August, 2015

Pictures: Incredible photos of a ruined Dublin after the 1916 Easter Rising

The photos show the city’s many famous buildings as photographed in the weeks following the end of hostilities.

From Business ETC Laundry day is about to get a whole lot easier with the Irish launch of the ‘Uber of clothes-washing’ Lovely Clean Clothes

Laundry day is about to get a whole lot easier with the Irish launch of the ‘Uber of clothes-washing’

Zipjet has gone live in Ireland today after successful launches in London and Berlin.

# dublin - Tuesday 11 August, 2015

Four Irish brothers are running the New York marathon – 35 years after their first go

Tyrone natives the Quinn brothers are recreating their 1980 marathon attempt to raise funds for MS Ireland.

From The Daily Edge This weekend is Twisted Pepper’s ‘last ever as a music venue’ Wigwhat?

This weekend is Twisted Pepper’s ‘last ever as a music venue’

Here’s what’s going on on Abbey Street.

From The Daily Edge People are sharing fond memories of Dublin’s Twisted Pepper nightclub Twisted Pepper

People are sharing fond memories of Dublin’s Twisted Pepper nightclub

The venue is rumoured to be closing down this Saturday.

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