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Wednesday 27 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# dublin 2

This year
Man in his 20s in 'critical but stable' condition after 'serious assault' in Dublin last night
Emergency Services were alerted shortly after 1:30am of a man being seriously injured following an incident on Anne Street South, Dublin 2.
Last year
Gardaí seize firearm and arrest two people in Dublin city centre
Gardaí on patrol searched a man and woman on Townsend Street yesterday.
Gardaí seize €250,000 of cash concealed in vehicle
A man in his 30s was arrested and detained.
All time
Council expresses 'serious reservations' on Merrion Square 'build to rent' scheme
The six storey scheme includes 19 build to rent apartments.
Three people arrested after bottles thrown at bar staff in Dublin city centre
The incident happened at 9.30pm last night as a large group of people were socialising in the area.
Garda investigation launched after woman (30s) seriously assaulted on Dublin's Dame Street
The incident happened in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Court challenge to renewal of Berlin Bar licence delayed until January
Gardai initiated the proceedings after footage emerged in August of non-compliance with covid-19 rules.
Dublin's Macken Street reopens after earlier incident
The street was closed earlier.
Neighbouring Georgian houses in planning dispute over building of new home on property
A decision on the appeal from An Bord Pleanála is expected in the coming months, after planning permission was initially granted.
Power restored after outages affect thousands in Dublin city centre
ESB Networks has been dealing with the issue.
Former Georgian hotel in Dublin's city centre opens as hostel after years of objections
The development in Dublin 2 was held up for years due to a series of objections.
Teenager arrested in connection with stabbing and robbery of man in central Dublin this morning
A number of youths stabbed the man before stealing his phone.
Power down in parts of Dublin city centre
ESB Networks says it is working on the fault.
This is the oldest surviving film footage of Dublin ... shot back in 1897
The footage is included in a new film about the revolutionary period, running in Dublin until the end of the month.
The Celtic Tiger bridge that wouldn't open because of a lost remote control
The Sean O’Casey Bridge is operated via remote control – but officials apparently lost the device in an office move. It’s now operational again…
Near misses: Shocking footage from Luas driver-cams
Drivers had to pull the emergency brake 71 times this year to avoid hitting pedestrians.
€17.75 million for Dublin docklands site adjoining old U2 studio
It’s the 11th high-profile purchase by property investors Hibernia REIT.
You can walk or cycle over the Rosie Hackett Bridge from tomorrow
You can also drive over it if you’re a bus or taxi driver. Or a regular motorist who enjoys penalty points and prison time.
'The sword itself was something you would see in a movie' - Minister on Leinster House knife wielder
The knives were tucked into his socks.
Two injured, as rush-hour crash between jeep and ambulance brings city centre to standstill
Both drivers were taken for treatment to St. James’s Hospital.
500,000 people, 1 event… It’s the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in numbers
…and not a raincoat between them.
ESB says electricity restored after power cuts affect parts of south Dublin
ESB Networks has now restored power.
From 1000 AD to Samuel Beckett: Dublin’s bridges in 10 fascinating facts…
One city bridge once had an entire pub fall off of it. Another was driven to Dublin on the back of a truck…
Thousands expected to attend 1913 commemorations
President Michael D Higgins will lead today’s events in Dublin – marking 100 years to the day since Bloody Sunday.
Three thousand sign up to 'lock the Government out of the Dáil'
A protest group – led by property tax hunger striker Tony Rochford – is planning a large-scale demonstration as TDs return from their break.
ESB investigating cause of dramatic-looking electrical fire
No-one was hurt in the incident, which lasted about half an hour last night. Fifteen ESB customers were left without power overnight
Appeal over bank-drop cash robbery outside Eddie Rocket's
A worker at the fast food restaurant was intercepted and punched a number of times by thieves who intercepted his cash drop.
Thieves make off with Eddie Rocket's bank-drop cash
A worker was intercepted by two men as he left the fast food restaurant this morning.
'We ain't Lion' -- one Dublin restaurant is still on the BOD bandwagon
This Aungier Street eaterie put its hand up for most puntastic sign of the day.
Shop that warned of high rents closes with 8 jobs lost
The owner of Korky’s shoe shop on Grafton Street, Dublin 2, said he was glad that the ‘bloodletting had now stopped’.
Company hopes to make doing good deeds that little bit sweeter
Customers who visit the pop-up headquaters of smoothie company ‘Innocent’ will get a free smoothie in return for pledging to do something good in 2013.
Bewley's signs to remain on Starbucks café - for now
Bewley’s had sought to remove a mosaic and floor tiling from its former café on Westmoreland Street in Dublin city centre.
PHOTOS: Giant sand sculptures return to Dublin Castle
If the most impressive thing you’ve ever done with sand is make a sandcastle you might want to look away now.
Two men charged over Merrion Square assault
Two people were hospitalised for head injuries after the attack.