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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

12-year-old boy rescued after 50 foot fall

The boy was transported to hospital by helicopter this evening.

Pensioner up on 21 charges in relation to Trinity gate-ramming

John Farrell was released on bail of €1,000 after charges from April incident.

From The Score Ulster Rugby to host historic GAA game to raise MND awareness GAMEFORANTO

Ulster Rugby to host historic GAA game to raise MND awareness

The came will take place in Ravenhill on November 15.

# dublin - Tuesday 30 September, 2014

From The Score In pics: Here are your 11 All-Ireland champions from September That Winning Feeling

In pics: Here are your 11 All-Ireland champions from September

There were double successes for Down, Kerry, Kilkenny and Cork this month.

Homeless Dublin mother claims hotel evicted her for talking to journalist

Sinn Féin TD Dessie Ellis said “It’s just not good enough.”

Gardaí say taxi drivers could help in the case of a Dublin crèche worker stabbed last week

Rose Kenny suffered serious injuries after she was stabbed a number of times.

Man in his 60s shot in the leg in Dublin pub overnight

The man was taken to St James’ Hospital.

Gardaí arrest eight in Dublin after seizing €17,000 in ‘bath salts’ ingredient

Seven people were arrested, including two teenagers.

Man arrested in connection with Jonny Cooper stabbing released without charge

The Dublin defender was stabbed on Dorset Street in Dublin.

# dublin - Monday 29 September, 2014

Man arrested in connection with Jonny Cooper stabbing

The Dublin defender was stabbed on Dorset Street in Dublin.

From The Score Dublin’s plan to recover from All-Ireland loss – ‘We need to be a bit like a shark’ Bouncing Back

Dublin’s plan to recover from All-Ireland loss – ‘We need to be a bit like a shark’

Manager Gregory McGonigle has vowed his side will fight back despite the disappointment suffered yesterday.

This is the store that sold the winning €87m EuroMillions ticket

The winner came from the Centra store in Ballybrack.

# dublin - Sunday 28 September, 2014

From The Daily Edge Are You Truly A Northsider Or A Southsider? The Great Divide

Are You Truly A Northsider Or A Southsider?

Dubliners native and adoptive! Take this quiz to find out…

# dublin - Saturday 27 September, 2014

From The Daily Edge Someone is leaving fake product labels in a Dublin Marks and Spencer Bit Posh
From The Daily Edge 9 things you’ll only understand if you were an Irish emo kid I Must Be Emo

# dublin - Friday 26 September, 2014

A barista, a receptionist … a hunger-striker: Here’s who ELSE is on the ballot in Dublin South West

If you live there, you’ll have seen the posters for all the main candidates… Here are some of the less well-known additions to the ballot.

# dublin - Thursday 25 September, 2014

Anti-water charges protest takes place outside garda station

There were no arrests during the incident.

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These prints show how artists reacted to World War I

And you can see them in Dublin.

# dublin - Wednesday 24 September, 2014

From The Daily Edge Dublin pub sign offers definitive proof that beer is basically salad Beer = Salad

“What’s the fuss about?”: Children’s Hospital architect says project won’t be a problem

Patients groups have raised concerns about traffic congestion and other problems at the Dublin 8 location.

# dublin - Tuesday 23 September, 2014

From The Daily Edge Menu in Dublin burger restaurant contains brilliant disclaimer Only In Dublin

Menu in Dublin burger restaurant contains brilliant disclaimer

Due in court? Make sure you have time to eat.

Five jump through upstairs window to escape house fire

The fire broke out at 3.55am today.

Sinn Féin councillor resigns for health reasons

Jonathan Dowdall was elected in the local elections this summer. Mary Lou McDonald has thanked him for his hard work.

Councillor drops ‘Independent Fine Gael’ tag for Dáil bid

Ronan McMahon ran under the banner during the locals, after he failed to get selected for run for FG. Heading into the by-election, he’s now describing himself simply as an ‘Independent’.

# dublin - Monday 22 September, 2014

Protesters block Joan Burton’s car from leaving Dublin event

The Tánaiste was at a school in Raheny to launch a report on Breakfast Clubs

Ireland’s €87 million EuroMillions ticket was sold in Dublin

Bad news though, whoever has it has already contacted the National Lottery.

Possible sighting of Tom Kennedy hailing taxi in Dublin on night he went missing

A separate mystery – of the man with the brain surgery, whose dismembered remains were found in July – will also feature in tonight’s Crimecall.

Councillors receive official notice of Poolbeg incinerator contract – 3 days after it was signed

The council CEO is understood to have described it as an “oversight” on his part not to inform the councillors sooner.

Is the government protecting the wrong house on Moore Street?

The Department of Arts, Culture and Heritage says no.

From The Daily Edge Tourism Ireland’s clever new ad campaign for Dublin involves getting the shift Kiss Me I'm Irish This post contains a poll

Have you seen this chain? Daughter devastated after losing cherished necklace

Eimear Naughton said the chain has huge sentimental value as it was given to her after her father’s death.

Dublin City Council to consider cutting property tax with residents calling for 15% reduction

Dublin City Council will tonight consider a reduction at a special meeting.

From Business ETC Dublin needs 35,000 new homes by 2018 — surveyors Brick By Brick

Dublin needs 35,000 new homes by 2018 — surveyors

The surveyors group is calling for swift action to address a housing shortfall, particularly in the central Dublin City Council area.

# dublin - Sunday 21 September, 2014

Man set to appear in court over carjacking at knife point

Man set to appear in court over carjacking at knife point

The incident occurred yesterday in Palmerstown.

Executioners, Vikings and women at war… Dublin’s history unlocked

The festival will take place later this month – and we have tickets to give away.

Dublin footballer Jonny Cooper thanks supporters after being stabbed in Dublin

The 24-year-old said he was ‘humbled’ by the support he had received after the assault.

Legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen turns 80 today

The Canadian musician has for a long time held a special place among his Irish audience.

# dublin - Saturday 20 September, 2014

Man shot in broad daylight in his front garden at Dublin estate

The shooting occurred at about 3.45pm in Belcamp Grove.

Taxi driver injured as his car is stolen by man armed with knife

A 31-year-old man has been arrested.

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