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Yesterday
17th May 2024
Three gardaí face trial accused of burglary and perverting the course of justice
Last week
5th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Dublin teen associated with organised crime group caught digging up sawn-off shotgun, court told
This month
May 2024
Man arrested for allegedly carrying pipe bomb asks to be put in 'protective custody'
Last month
April 2024
Josip Štrok: Two teenagers charged with murder of Croatian man in Clondalkin
Man pleads guilty to intimidating Michael Healy-Rae during rally last September
Judge brands 'disgraceful' practices at Eir over handling of customer complaints
Man from Eritrea who landed at Dublin Airport without passport or ID is jailed for two months
This year
2024
Father spared jail and fined €300 after attacking daughter's sex abuser in courtroom
Garda sergeant accused of false imprisonment of woman and other offences in Dublin
Former Christian Brother set for trial accused of indecently assaulting six students in 1970s
Local election candidate denies alleged row involving slash-hook and criminal damage
Dublin woman accused of faking her death sent forward for trial
Judge to view CCTV evidence before ruling on Tristan Sherry murder accused teen's bail application
Man accused of attacking gunman in restaurant where he suffered fatal injuries remanded in custody
Landlord Marc Godart facing 'urgent' trial date over unauthorised Dublin lettings
Boy (17) accused of murdering gunman Tristan Sherry after steakhouse shooting
Last year
2023
Youth sentenced to four months’ detention for mugging of English tourist and street robbery
Two men remanded in custody over €8 million heroin seizure after plane intercepted
Three men charged over Bachelors Walk attack stopped by 'human shield'
Man who said he was providing homeless services charged for trespassing in Dublin pub
JD Wetherspoon’s Keavan’s Port Hotel licence renewed following challenge by neighbours
Six people in court accused of money laundering and international terrorism financing
Teenager involved in Ballyfermot ramming incidents remanded in custody
65-year-old tourist dragged onto ground into Dublin laneway during robbery, court hears
Man to go on trial accused of attacking social media influencer and podcaster Charleen Murphy
Man (30s) accused of stabbing another man on Dublin's Grafton Street denied bail
Teen in court over ‘extremely violent’ robbery of tourist in Temple Bar
Woman accused of kicking unconscious US tourist in the face during robbery is refused bail
US tourist attacked in Dublin robbery after woman befriended him to distract him, court told
Tourist spared jail for bringing cannabis jellies and magic mushrooms on trip to Ireland
Locals object to alcohol licence for gigs at Malahide Castle next month
Man (40) charged with murder of 24 year old in Dublin homeless hostel
Judge tells Simeon Burke he could be out 'with one flick of a pen' if he wanted bail
Man denies intentionally driving into anti-immigration protesters in Dublin
Four people appear in court charged in relation to €2 million cocaine seizure
Entertainment industry figure to stand trial accused of defilement of a child
Man remanded in custody over alleged theft from Hugo Boss store on Grafton Street
All time
Driver fined €25,000 for more than 1,300 unpaid motorway trips
Two men appear in court following assault on gardaí in Ballyfermot
Gardaí appear in court charged with false imprisonment of youth at Dublin garda station