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This month
September 2023
JD Wetherspoon’s Keavan’s Port Hotel licence renewed following challenge by neighbours
The UK pub giant was granted planning permission in December 2020, and the hotel opened for business in 2021.
Six people in court accused of money laundering and international terrorism financing
Four men and two women are due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice today.
Teenager involved in Ballyfermot ramming incidents remanded in custody
The 15-year-old boy was linked to the collisions with the patrol car on 19 September 2022.
“We were very happy with the final price” - How a Daft Advantage Ad helped this couple sell their home
For seller Shane, using a Daft Advantage Ad maximised his earnings on the sale of his family home.
Last month
August 2023
65-year-old tourist dragged onto ground into Dublin laneway during robbery, court hears
Rian Dunne was refused bail today.
Man to go on trial accused of attacking social media influencer and podcaster Charleen Murphy
Craig O’Brien is charged with assault causing harm to Murphy at the Grafton Capital Hotel on the night of 10 February.
Man (30s) accused of stabbing another man on Dublin's Grafton Street denied bail
The incident occurred yesterday morning.
Teen in court over ‘extremely violent’ robbery of tourist in Temple Bar
It’s claimed that the teen punched a tourist, forced him to the ground and stole his wallet.
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Woman accused of kicking unconscious US tourist in the face during robbery is refused bail
The woman was charged with assault causing harm to the holiday-maker and robbing him in April.
US tourist attacked in Dublin robbery after woman befriended him to distract him, court told
The incident happened six hours after the man landed in the country.
Tourist spared jail for bringing cannabis jellies and magic mushrooms on trip to Ireland
Saaid Junaid was charged with unlawful possession of the drugs and possessing them for sale or supply.
This year
Locals object to alcohol licence for gigs at Malahide Castle next month
A number of gigs are set to take place in Malahide from 14 to 30 June.
Man (40) charged with murder of 24 year old in Dublin homeless hostel
Jamie Kavanagh was taken to St James’s Hospital and later died from his injuries.
Judge tells Simeon Burke he could be out 'with one flick of a pen' if he wanted bail
Simeon Burke has refused to sign a bail bond and is charged with a breach of the peace for engaging in threatening, insulting and abusive words at the Court of Appeal.
Man denies intentionally driving into anti-immigration protesters in Dublin
The court heard the stage rigger had live-streamed the incident onto Facebook.
Four people appear in court charged in relation to €2 million cocaine seizure
Gardaí made the seizure on Tuesday.
Entertainment industry figure to stand trial accused of defilement of a child
The man in his 30s, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was arrested this morning and charged.
Man remanded in custody over alleged theft from Hugo Boss store on Grafton Street
The man is accused of causing €51,000 worth of criminal damage to the retailer’s door and windows and the theft of property valued at €31,204.
Last year
Driver fined €25,000 for more than 1,300 unpaid motorway trips
Thirteen motorists have been handed fines totalling €186,000 after ignoring many warning letters.
Two men appear in court following assault on gardaí in Ballyfermot
The men, aged in their 50s and 30s, appeared before the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin this morning.
Gardaí appear in court charged with false imprisonment of youth at Dublin garda station
Stephen Conran, 39, and Damian Kirwan, 55, appeared at Dublin District Court today.
Westmeath-based psychic Stefan Posschier's son charged with his murder
Posschier’s body was discovered late last month.
Lifetime pet ownership ban placed on woman who starved 18-month-old cat to death
Judge Anthony Halpin described it as the worst animal neglect case he had seen.
Art collective seek legal costs after halted prosecution over street murals
Subset claimed it had lost money on legal costs when Dublin City Council dropped its case
Two men sent forward for trial for alleged assault of teenagers in Dublin
One teen, Alanna Quinn Idris, lost her sight in one eye following the incident.
Three-week evidence wait for trial of ex-school principal accused of sexual abuse
Patrick Harte denies the allegations and appeared again at Dublin District Court today.
Andy Cash held further over Tallaght triple murder
An order was made for him to have a psychological assessment in prison.
Teenagers found guilty of canal push attack on Chinese woman
Video footage of the incident went viral on social media site TikTok.
Two men charged with violent disorder and assault after death of man in Athlone
The two men appeared at Mullingar District Court on Sunday evening.
Swimming coach charged with sexual exploitation of children and making child abuse images
Matthew Coward faces three counts of sexual exploitation of three girls and seven charges for the production of child sexual abuse images.
Man to face Special Criminal Court trial over 2013 robbery at Lordship Credit Union
The 31-year-old man was arrested yesterday evening at Dublin Airport following his extradition from the UK.
German man to stand trial for the sexual assault of two girls in Ikea store
Christian Mayer, 47, with an address at Johannes Strasse in Nuremberg, was extradited in January.
Swissport face trial over death of Dublin Airport worker in 2018
The case came before Dublin District Court today and the company has not indicated how it will plead.
McGregor facing possible ‘further charges’ for dangerous driving
The MMA fighter has not indicated a plea.
Warrant out for bailed refugee author who allegedly got onto plane without boarding pass
Marina Hrabar failed to answer bail by not turning up for her scheduled appearance at Dublin District Court today.
Dublin Airport alert after refugee author got onto plane without boarding pass
She is accused of knowingly causing a false alarm by boarding the aircraft without a boarding card.
Sinn Féin election worker jailed for robbing pensioner while hanging posters
Sean Fitzgerald, 34, of Galtymore Road, Drimnagh, pleaded not guilty to the robbery but was convicted.
Man denies sexual assault on shop worker in toilet
The court heard the prosecution has three witnesses and CCTV evidence.
Man appears in court accused of ransacking Ukrainian refugees’ belongings
The Ukrainian couple left war-ravaged Kyiv as the Russian invasion began on 24 February.
Youth accused of ‘extreme violence’ during raid in which woman had boiling water poured over her
Two other men are also before the courts in connection with the incident.
Alleged burglary gang remanded in custody after high-speed chase on Tuesday
The five men were arrested and held at Naas garda station, where they were charged earlier this week.