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Dublin: 6 °C Monday 22 October, 2018

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# dublin - Friday 5 October, 2018

Former professional footballer jailed for using cloned payment cards to buy runners and toiletries

Stefan Condurovici has been ordered to leave Ireland within seven days of his release from prison.

Youth who robbed delivery man in 'extremely vicious' assault gets four-year suspended sentence

Judge Melanie Greally said the victim was subjected to a “horrifying experience”.

Vodafone apologises for sending people 'smashed' pictures of themselves as marketing tactic

The picture frames were sent to a number of journalists as part of a campaign.

Dublin mother who flung boiling water at shop worker's face to be sentenced

Michelle Ruth has 158 previous convictions.

# dublin - Thursday 4 October, 2018

European investment group to acquire Clerys building in deal reportedly worth over €60m

The building was once home to one of the capital’s most iconic department stores.

Gardaí seek help to trace 14-year-old missing from her Dublin home since 29 September

Jade Costelloe was last seen at her home in Tallaght last weekend.

# dublin - Wednesday 3 October, 2018

How I Spend My Money: An editor on €41,000 trying to save for a deposit

Her urge to save is having a negative effect on her social life.

Man who left schoolmate deaf in one ear in brawl was 'jealous' he was with a girl at the nightclub

Adam Clarke was out celebrating his 18th birthday when he attacked Ownie O’Connell, the court heard.

Dublin man who groped woman as she slept at house party jailed for 11 months

The married father was unanimously convicted of sexual assault.

'We're conning our young people': Thousands take part in Raise the Roof protest

The protest today coincided with a debate in the Dáil on a motion on housing.

Woman (60s) dies following fatal collision involving truck in south Dublin

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the incident, which happened at around 4.40pm on 2 October.

# dublin - Tuesday 2 October, 2018

How I Spend My Money: A bank employee on €30,000 saving to buy her first home

She has moved back home to squeeze every penny.

Ana Kriegel inquest hears she died of blunt force trauma to the head

The 14-year-old girl’s body was found at a disused farmhouse on 17 May.

# dublin - Monday 1 October, 2018

Michael O'Leary says strike action 'fear' has spooked passengers from booking with Ryanair

The airline’s forward bookings for the October school mid-term and Christmas period have been hit.

Two 'clamp fairies' arrested for removing clamps from cars in Dublin

Gardaí issued fixed charge penalty notices to the owners of vehicles parked on the same footpath.

Houses evacuated in Dublin suburb after viable homemade bomb found under car

The scene in Whitehall was declared safe at about 1.20am this morning.

# dublin - Sunday 30 September, 2018

House prices beginning to stabilise as parts of the country see price drop during third quarter of 2018

It’s reported that better availability is leading to a stabilising of house prices across the country.

# dublin - Friday 28 September, 2018

From The42 Stephen Cluxton's Parnells concede relegation from top tier of Dublin SFC Going Down

Stephen Cluxton's Parnells concede relegation from top tier of Dublin SFC

Sunday’s Dublin SFC 1 relegation play-offs have been called off but there’s plenty more action on the cards.

From The42 Dub kingpins Foxrock-Cabinteely's reign continues as they make it four in-a-row Furious Foxes

Irish Malyali community 'in shock' over death of student (20s) following balcony fall in Cyprus

The woman is understood to have been killed after she fell from a building at the University of Nicosia in north Cyprus.

Appeal for missing Dublin teenager who was last seen on Monday

Ermir Dragjoshi was last seen in Templeogue.

# dublin - Thursday 27 September, 2018

Man arrested at Dublin Airport for chasing plane onto tarmac after missing his flight

It is reported that the man was seen banging on the window of Terminal One as his flight departed

The national average rent is now almost €1,100 per month

Rent has increased by 8.8% in Dublin and by 7.6% nationally.

# dublin - Wednesday 26 September, 2018

Higgins says he is 'totally open' to transparency in the President's expenses, says he feels fitter than in 2011 Campaign Launch This post contains videos

Higgins says he is 'totally open' to transparency in the President's expenses, says he feels fitter than in 2011

President Higgins’s campaign launch saw him field a number of questions on subjects from his expenses to freedom of information and the Presidency.

An insider guide to the most delicious vegan food in Dublin - from burgers to buddha bowls

We asked the experts how for their recommendations: from burgers to buddha bowls and beyond.

'She saw it as a stunt': Eoghan Murphy says Catherine Byrne got 'no deal' for confidence vote

The Minister for Housing also said St Michael’s Estate in Inchicore will be redeveloped as planned.

# dublin - Monday 24 September, 2018

Two men charged in Wexford over seizure of €2 million in cash

The men, from Dublin and Meath, were remanded in custody.

Paddy Cosgrave slams FG on housing crisis, declines to say if he raised issue personally with Taoiseach

Cosgrave also criticised RTÉ for not highlighting issues around the housing crisis.

Annual house price growth in Dublin slows to 2.7% as average three bed semi now costs €443,333

Experts have said the Central Bank’s lending restrictions are behind the slowdown.

# dublin - Sunday 23 September, 2018

Two men to appear in court over €1.7m cash seizure

Five people were arrested after searches in Wexford and Dublin yesterday.

# dublin - Saturday 22 September, 2018

A bid to keep GAA fan haunt the Big Tree serving on match days has been blocked

The site is being turned into a hotel, but publican Louis Fitzgerald wanted to keep the beer garden open.

House in Crumlin occupied as housing activists shut down part of O'Connell Street Take Back The City This post contains videos

House in Crumlin occupied as housing activists shut down part of O'Connell Street

“I don’t think it’s acceptable for people to break into properties and occupy them,” Minister of State Damien English said.

# dublin - Friday 21 September, 2018

From The42 Friday night club action sees semi-final spots booked in Tipp football and Dublin hurling Championships GAA

Friday night club action sees semi-final spots booked in Tipp football and Dublin hurling Championships

Loughmore-Castleiney, Moyle Rovers, St Vincent’s and Ballyboden are celebrating quarter-final wins tonight.

One arrested after shotgun rounds and €489,000 worth of drugs seized during raid on Dublin home

The seizure was made following the search of a property in west Dublin.

Transport Minister Shane Ross criticised for stating that BusConnects 'isn't under his remit'

The minister said he was attempting to explain that he isn’t in charge of details of the plan.

Gardaí investigating early-morning collision between taxi and cyclist in Dublin

The incident happened at around 6am on Thursday morning.

A driverless public transport vehicle is to take to the streets of Dublin for the first time today

The EZ10 electric vehicle will run along a route of nearly one kilometre.

Heading out for Culture Night? Here's our pick of tonight's events

Thousands of people are expected to take in festivities tonight as cultural venues across Ireland open their doors for free.

# dublin - Thursday 20 September, 2018

Free sanitary products to be provided in DCC community centres and libraries

Despite being essential, sanitary products are often priced as if they are luxury goods.

From The42 A tale of two All-Ireland finals: From a fan in the stands to the thick of the action in 12 months Happy Returns

A tale of two All-Ireland finals: From a fan in the stands to the thick of the action in 12 months

‘It’s hard to believe that I came back this year, straight into a team that had just won an All-Ireland, and now we’ve done it again.’