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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Dublin

This week
4th June 2023 - 10th June 2023
# Disruption
Irish Rail says delays on services 'beginning to ease' following signalling issue
Services were suspended on all routes to and from Dublin’s Connolly Station earlier this afternoon, but have since resumed.
# Missing
Missing Mayo woman found safe and well
The missing woman has since been found safe and well.
# regency hotel trial
Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch loses bid to have his legal costs in murder trial paid for by the State
Judge Tara Burns said the court was satisfied that an unfairness did not arise for Hutch in the decision to refuse costs.
# Courts
Convicted murderer and another man plead guilty to possession of submachine gun
The men are charged with having a PAK PM-63 submachine gun in their possession at M11 Southbound, Shankill in Dublin on 7 May 2020.
# Old Bakery site
Developer seeks permission for almost 200 apartments on site of old bakery in Phibsborough
A previous planning permission decision for the site was quashed by the High Court.
# Sutton
Gardaí disperse large crowds from Burrow Beach for a second time due to public order incident
Uniform Gardaí and the Public Order Unit attended Burrow Beach yesterday evening for the second time in as many days.
# Sutton
Gardaí appeal for information after 'mass brawl' on Burrow Beach yesterday
Gardaí maintained a presence at the scene until the large crowds that had gathered had dispersed safely.
Last week
28th May 2023 - 10th June 2023
# in control
Dublin ease to nine-point win over Kildare at Nowlan Park
Dessie Farrell’s side were comfortable winners over an error-strewn Kildare side.
# in control
Dublin ease to nine-point win over Kildare at Nowlan Park
Dessie Farrell’s side were comfortable winners over an error-strewn Kildare side.
# Courts
Teen jailed for two months for making hoax bomb threat in the Garda station he was detained in
The youth was being held at Clontarf Garda Station, where he snuck in a phone and rang the station claiming there was a bomb in it.
# tathony house
People Before Profit TD says protest against Tathony House eviction shows ‘you can resist’
Bríd Smith told today’s rally that people faced with eviction notices ‘dont have to give in’.
# house hunting
Demand for new homes in Ireland has gone through the roof according to Daft
Daft found that demand for new build homes in the €400,000 to €500,000 price range has spiked compared to this time last year.
# Cherry Orchard
Teen who 'refused to get out of bed' pleads guilty to garda car ramming in Ballyfermot
Videos of the Ballyfermot incident were shared widely on social media, with the clips showing collisions with the patrol vehicle cheered by on-lookers.
# Fuel Prices
Petrol prices: Donohoe defends excise rate increase, says not doing so would cost €700m
Donohoe said: “It’s really important that we remove the tax reductions as the price of fuel itself has come down.”
# bloom 2023
'Everyone has been touched by it': Importance of early cancer detection highlighted at Bloom
The festival gets underway in Dublin’s Phoenix Park tomorrow.
# climate action
Dublin City Council begins project to upgrade over 40,000 public lights
It’s described as one of the city council’s key efforts in realising its ‘energy reduction and climate action goals’.
# lda
Planning permission granted for 852 new homes on site of former Central Mental Hospital
Initially, the Land Development Agency planned to deliver 1,200 new housing units, including a 14-storey apartment block.
# reflection
Hurlers rising, footballers regressing? Contrasting fortunes for Dublin in Croke Park draws
Galway and Roscommon were the opposition for yesterday’s double-header.
# Gardaí
Man appears in court after pipe bombs found in bag at Tallaght Garda Station
The station was evacuated after the explosives were discovered on Friday evening.
# blancardstown
Families with nowhere to go after Blanchardstown fire given temporary accommodation
The fire was brought under control by the Dublin Fire Brigade yesterday.
# Ladies Football
Dublin down All-Ireland champions Meath again to lift 10th Leinster title in-a-row
Goals in each half from Kate Sullivan propelled the Dubs to victory.
# All Square
Late drama as Dublin and Roscommon share the spoils in Croker clash
Donie Smith’s 74th-minute free-kick secured a draw for the Rossies in Group 3 of the All-Ireland football series.
# fightback
Galway come from 12 points down to secure Leinster final spot with Dublin draw
It finished 2-22 to 1-25 at Croke Park.
# Garden of Remembrance
Taoiseach and Tánaiste to attend national Civil War commemoration in Dublin today
Last Wednesday marked 100 years since the end of the Irish Civil War.
# Housing Crisis
Almost half of objections to Dublin City Council against new land-hoarding tax were successful
The tax is due to come into force next year and will target zoned, serviced residential development lands.
Last month
May 2023
# Garristown
Female cyclist (20s) dies after collision with car in County Dublin
The male driver (20s) of the car was uninjured.
# Tallaght
Tallaght Garda Station evacuated after 'contents of concern' found in bag of arrested male
The station is currently closed to the public.
# you can malarun but you cant malahide
Neighbours fail to call time on Malahide pubs over noise complaints
Three locals challenged the licences of Gilbert & Wright, Gibney’s and Fowler’s in Malahide village.
# Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport drone accused puts off indicating a plea to examine aviation exclusion zones
It’s alleged that Brills intentionally interfered with the operation of air navigation facilities at Dublin Airport by operating a drone in the 300-metre critical area.
# sunny days
Temperatures to go as high as 20 degrees today with sunny weekend ahead
Sunday is to be slightly cooler, before temperatures climb higher next week.
How do Roscommon tackle the Dubs?
Roscommon have suffered a lot against Dublin in recent years.
# Templeogue
Man hospitalised in serious condition following assault in Dublin
The man, aged in his 30s, was found with serious injuries by a passer-by at around 1am yesterday on Templeogue Road.
# Reports
Dublin run amok against Offaly while Kildare edge Meath in tense affair
Tullamore and Hawkfield hosted this evening’s semi-finals.
# Dublin
Stardust inquests hear that 'steel plates' were welded over toilet windows before fatal fire
At today’s sitting, the jury was presented with background facts or “agreed facts”.
# Courts
Christina Anderson bears 'zero' culpability for stabbing during psychotic episode, court told
The jury heard that a central issue was whether Anderson’s actions when she repeatedly stabbed Gareth Kelly were driven by mental illness or by cannabis intoxication.
# back-to-back
Heartbreak for Leinster again as ROG's La Rochelle pull off stunning comeback win
Leo Cullen’s men were cruising early on but the French side showed their champion qualities.
# back-to-back
Heartbreak for Leinster again as ROG's La Rochelle pull off stunning comeback win
Leo Cullen’s men were cruising early on but the French side showed their champion qualities.
'It’s a home game for me too' - O'Gara and La Rochelle chase second title
The former Ireland international was in relaxed form ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Leinster.
# Hurling
Dublin's record against Kilkenny is poor - but Donoghue knows all about changing that
The Sky Blues manager enjoyed success against the Cats at the Galway helm.
'Not going back to hostels': The Dublin tenants resisting eviction on Harrington Street
A report by
Jamie McCarron
Tánaiste Micheál Martin said that the RTB would be investigating the matter.