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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Call out

This year
No buildings available so far after Minister's most recent urgent refugee accommodation appeal
Minister Roderic O’Gorman wrote to his ministerial colleagues recently in an urgent appeal for more properties.
All time
Have you been assaulted or harassed on public transport? We want to hear your story
A “misogynistic” incident on the DART this week comes after a report found women have serious safety concerns about using public transport.
Were you around for the Pope's visit in 1979? We want to see your memorabilia
Time to dig through the attic.
Has your family fallen out over a will? We'd like to know
Who gets what after a person’s death can create permanent divisions and deep wounds.
This woman was body shamed in a store's changing room but had the best response
And got a discount, too.
11 times kids were brutally honest with their homework
Sayin’ it straight.
'Conor McGregor, you're taking everything I work for, motherf**ker!'
Nate Diaz really, really wants to fight Conor McGregor.
This mam's response to breastfeeding shamers has taken off on Facebook
She certainly called them out.
A model was told she's 'too big' for a fashion agency so she wrote them this letter
It was straight to the point.
'McGregor owes me a rematch, let's see if he's man enough' - Chad Mendes
The short training camp was 110% responsible for last month’s loss at UFC 189, Mendes says.
Woman rescued from rocks on Co Clare coast
She was taken by ambulance to University Hospital Limerick.
Taylor Swift was NOT happy with this magazine calling her 'Harry Styles' ex'
“This is why we need feminism in 2015.”
Melissa McCarthy brilliantly confronted a reviewer who said she looked 'hideous'
“Would you do that to a man? If John C Reilly played a really broken-down character and looked terrible?”
Dublin councillor calls for review of €500 fire call-out charge
This comes on the third anniversary of the introduction of the charges.
Homes evacuated as bomb squad called to apartment block in Dún Laoghaire
The discovery was made at about 8.40pm last night.
50 bomb disposal call-outs this year - 34 fewer than last year
The most recent call-out was at the weekend, when a device was found in Tallaght.
Bomb squad defuses three viable bombs found in suburban estate
The devices were initially found by a member of the public. They were disabled without the need for a controlled explosion.
Ambulance stolen from Dublin housing estate
The ambulance was found crashed into a nearby park shortly after it was taken from Corduff in Blanchardstown last night.
Controlled explosion carried out at Dublin school
It follows the discovery of an unstable chemical during a routine audit of a secondary school lab in Glasnevin earlier today.