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Dublin: 21 °C Tuesday 30 June, 2015

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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

Last-ditch attempt to stop Sinn Féin ‘hijacking’ 1916 centenary is ‘laughable’ IRA
From The Daily Edge 7 wonderful gifs of Dublin in the 1960s Rare Old Town

7 wonderful gifs of Dublin in the 1960s

Dublin can be heaven..

From The Daily Edge 9 ways Ireland’s Taylor Swift fans are LOSING IT before tonight’s show RIP Them

# dublin - Sunday 28 June, 2015

Driver attempts to run over prison officers as they leave Cloverhill

The car struck a bollard and none of the prison staff were injured.

If you’re going on holiday and leaving a pet behind, read this Getting Lost This post contains images

If you’re going on holiday and leaving a pet behind, read this

The DSPCA has some good advice for you.

# dublin - Saturday 27 June, 2015

This 105-year-old woman told us where the Dublin nightlife hotspots were back in her day

She also spoke about what it was like for her during the 1916 Rising and the world wars.

Teenage boy dies after being struck by car in Finglas

The 16-year-old was seriously injured in the collision and died in hospital this morning.

# dublin - Friday 26 June, 2015

An animal rescue charity found a dead pygmy goat in a field in west Dublin

My Lovely Horse Rescue believe the goat was killed by a scrambler.

From The Daily Edge 8 of the best Dublin bars to hit up during Pride tomorrow Pride

# dublin - Thursday 25 June, 2015

From The42 This new Twitter page aims to bring an end to cancelled games of five-a-side

This new Twitter page aims to bring an end to cancelled games of five-a-side

Having trouble getting numbers for a five-a-side in Dublin?

# dublin - Wednesday 24 June, 2015

“I looked up to you more than you can imagine, the king of tomfoolery.”

The funeral mass for Berkeley victim Niccolai Schuster was held today.

# dublin - Tuesday 23 June, 2015

‘Closure of taxi rank at Beaumont Hospital will impact on elderly patients’

Dublin City Council ordered the closure of the rank at the end of the month.

Eimear Walsh funeral hears of kind-hearted, generous and fun-loving young woman

Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the life of the 21-year-old woman in Foxrock today.

From The Daily Edge US dating show The Bachelorette was in Dublin last night and it was BEYOND weird Ah Begorrah

Woman hit by falling wooden rocking horse in Temple Bar tells of ‘frightening’ experience

Tracey Blackstone says that she ‘didn’t really know what was going on’.

# dublin - Monday 22 June, 2015

From The Daily Edge Holi Festival Dublin cancelled after 19,000 people join Facebook event Holi Festival

Holi Festival Dublin cancelled after 19,000 people join Facebook event

The news comes after the sale of 5,000 tickets and mass confusion on the event’s Facebook page.

# dublin - Sunday 21 June, 2015

Two counties have had fewer visits from Government Ministers than one Dublin hotel in 2015

Not all parish pumps are created equal, according to a new analysis by TheJournal.ie.

Almost 10,000 people are in methadone programmes in Ireland – and the number is rising

The drug is used to treat heroin addiction.

# dublin - Saturday 20 June, 2015

Firefighters continue to battle gorse fire on Ireland’s Eye

Two Dublin Fire Brigade crews were send out to the island today.

Man charged over mistaken identity shooting in Clonsilla

Two other men arrested in connection with the murder were released without charge.

# dublin - Friday 19 June, 2015

From Business ETC Ireland’s first ever shopping centre is getting a make-over Stillorgan

Ireland’s first ever shopping centre is getting a make-over

Stillorgan shopping centre first opened its doors in 1966.

Good news for All Hallows students – it’s being sold to DCU

The former seminary had to shut its doors last year after falling into financial difficulty.

# dublin - Thursday 18 June, 2015

Blue powder and ‘Goodbye’ note sent to office of gay rights group

Emergency services have now given the all clear.

Dublin woman spared jail after smashing beer bottle over taxi driver’s head

“I’m not going to pay you. Leave me alone or I’m going to fight you,” her co-accused said.

From Business ETC ‘It’s time the government delivered rent certainty to tenants’ Up And Up

‘It’s time the government delivered rent certainty to tenants’

Rents across the country have leaped massively once more according to the latest figures from the Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB).

Collapsed balcony that killed six was ‘meant for decoration’ claims former city official

The mayor of the city said the wood supporting the balcony was likely rotted.

This map shows how Dublin is a city divided

A report commissioned by the council shows where the bulk of the wealth is – and the deprivation.

# dublin - Wednesday 17 June, 2015

Person taken to hospital after fire in Dublin city apartment

It took over an hour for firefighters to bring the blaze under control.

From The Daily Edge A Dublin hotel has come up with an afternoon tea especially for lads Gentleman's Tea

A Dublin hotel has come up with an afternoon tea especially for lads

Introducing the Gentleman’s Tea. (There’s no tea.)

So what’s the most expensive city to live in if you’re an expat?

It’s not Dublin would you believe.

There were 25 calls seeking help after a rape every day last year

Over 9,000 contacts were received in 2014.

Mayo man claims Euromillions prize, heads straight to Starbucks

He needed a strong cup of coffee, he said.

# dublin - Tuesday 16 June, 2015

Dublin man has jail time increased after calling judge “a dirt bird”

The man, who has a chronic mental illness, was jailed for harassing a couple.

“The Liffey is like a hip version of the Seine”, according to The Huffington Post

One travel writer has fallen in love with the city.

# dublin - Monday 15 June, 2015

Man who claims to have cured cancer is causing controversy in Dublin and Galway

Brian Clement has said treatments at his spa, which include a raw food diet, have cured every known disease.

Bike theft is on the rise and here’s what gardaí are doing about it

Nearly 6,000 bikes are stolen every year with 75% of those thefts reported in Dublin.

What’s going to happen to the Clerys building?

All 460 workers were let go last Friday.

Cyclists and truck drivers are being told to look out for each other to stop road deaths

54 vulnerable road users have been killed by trucks since 2007.

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