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# dublin - Monday 25 May, 2020

Nine forests in Dublin mountains to be upgraded for recreational use

The forests have been managed by Coillte primarily for commercial purposes to date

# dublin - Saturday 23 May, 2020

Gardaí launch investigation after two men die in Dublin house fire

The bodies of two men were discovered in a house in Drimnagh.

Missing teenage girl found safe and well

Gardaí thanked the public for their help.

# dublin - Friday 22 May, 2020

Range Rover and designer watches seized by CAB in Dublin and Meath

A number of files, documentation and hard drives were also seized.

Man suspected of fraudulently earning €260k in rent for properties he didn't own

The man was arrested by gardaí in Dublin today.

# dublin - Thursday 21 May, 2020

More space for cyclists and extra room at bus stops: How Dublin will look as restrictions ease

The council says cyclists will be prioritised.

From The42 'I'd love to get into an academy somewhere because I want to play pro rugby' Irish Abroad

'I'd love to get into an academy somewhere because I want to play pro rugby'

19-year-old Dublin native Karl Keane is part of the USA U20s squad.

From The42 'There’s so much anxiety, challenges and uncertainty. People’s mental health is the most important part' Goldie

'There’s so much anxiety, challenges and uncertainty. People’s mental health is the most important part'

Dublin star Sinéad Goldrick on life during the current Covid-19 pandemic and missing social interaction with her team-mates.

€11,400 worth of crack cocaine discovered in car in Dublin

The discovery was made after gardaí searched a property in Ballymun this morning.

Climate change could put more than 60,000 homes at risk of coastal flooding by 2050

Dublin, Louth and Clare are expected to be the most affected counties.

# dublin - Wednesday 20 May, 2020

Gardaí believe local feud behind the shooting of convicted criminal in Coolock this afternoon

He is receiving treatment at Beaumont Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

Gardaí move cars on at a number of outlets as heavy traffic builds up for McDonald's re-opening

The drive-thrus opened at 11am today.

Four out of 10 Dublin pubs plan to re-open as restaurants in June

The Licensed Vintners Association said many pubs will re-open as restaurants earlier than 10 August.

Man (31) charged with 2016 murder of David 'Daithi' Douglas

Douglas, 33, was fatally wounded while working at a shoe shop on Bridgefoot Street, Dublin.

# dublin - Tuesday 19 May, 2020

Man found dead in burning house named locally as Alan Hall (45)

The body of Alan Hall was discovered yesterday morning.

Paint and plants top customer lists as hardware stores report a busy two days

Hardware stores opened yesterday as part of Phase One, with queues outside some shops.

Man held after €117,000 worth of cocaine discovered at Dublin checkpoint

Gardaí say they stopped the man in his van in Clondalkin.

# dublin - Monday 18 May, 2020

Gardaí investigating after man (40s) found dead at house in Dublin

Emergency services attended the scene after reports of a fire at a house in Bluebell Avenue.

# dublin - Sunday 17 May, 2020

From The42 5 big picture takeaways from the 2013 All-Ireland Final between Dublin and Mayo Looking Back

5 big picture takeaways from the 2013 All-Ireland Final between Dublin and Mayo

The clash was featured on TG4′s All-Ireland Gold series today.

Teenager arrested after shop robbed at knife-point in Dublin

The incident happened on the Jamestown Road in Finglas at around 5.30pm yesterday.

# dublin - Saturday 16 May, 2020

Firefighters battle large blaze in north Dublin with smoke visible city wide

Four fire engines are at the scene just off the M50 at Ballymun.

Have you seen Gerry? Appeal to find missing Dublin teenager

Gerry Connors was last seen in the Store Street area of Dublin on Thursday.

Man (30s) due in court over seizure of €81,500 worth of drugs in Dublin city

The man was arrested after gardaí stopped a van on Usher’s Quay on Thursday.

€191,000 worth of crack cocaine and diamorphine seized in Dublin

The seizure was made during the search of a property in Bluebell last night.

# dublin - Friday 15 May, 2020

Public appeal launched to locate missing 38-year-old man in Dublin

He has been missing from the Monkstown Farm area of Dublin since earlier today.

Traffic through Phoenix Park 'unlikely to change' as main avenue to remain for essential workers

Green Party councillor Michael Pidgeon says the park has been ‘a calmer place to be’ in recent months.

High Court challenge brought against gardaí for seizure and refusal to return car

The vehicle was seized as part of an investigation into allegations of false imprisonment.

Teenager's shooting the latest violent incident in Darndale area of north Dublin

The attack happened in the Primrose Grove area shortly before 9pm.

Man arrested as €81k worth of crack cocaine and other drugs seized

The seizures were made in Dublin city centre last night.

Man who fled checkpoint jailed following 'litany of episodes of reckless and dangerous driving'

John McDonagh took off at speed at a garda checkpoint in Dublin last year.

# dublin - Thursday 14 May, 2020

Man in his late teens shot during incident in North Dublin

The man arrived at hospital with apparent gunshot wounds.

Blackrock in Co Dublin is installing a one-way system through its village to cope with Covid restrictions

The council said it is allocating more space to cyclists and pedestrians.

Dubliners asked to submit items of their Covid-19 lockdown lives to be archived

Dublin City Library wants to hear from people who find themselves in “extraordinary and often difficult” circumstances:

From The42 'I just thought, 'Look, it's not for me'' - from nearly giving it all up to the dream breakthrough year Turnaround

'I just thought, 'Look, it's not for me'' - from nearly giving it all up to the dream breakthrough year

Éabha Rutledge finished 2019 with an All-Ireland medal, an All-Star nomination and the Dublin Footballer of the Year award after a significant positional switch.

# dublin - Wednesday 13 May, 2020

'We're asking for the government's help': Debenhams staff stage protest outside Dáil

The closure of the Irish branches of Debenhams saw the loss of 2,000 jobs.

# dublin - Tuesday 12 May, 2020

Quiz: How much do you know about these Dublin films?

Lights. Camera. Action.

Over €550,000 in cash and drugs worth over €1million seized during investigation into organised crime

Over €550,000 in cash and drugs worth over €1million seized during investigation into organised crime

Three people were arrested, and vehicles, watches, encrypted communications devices and signal blocking devices were seized.

# dublin - Monday 11 May, 2020

Teenage boy charged with rape at Dublin housing estate two years ago

The boy has not indicated how he will plead.

# dublin - Saturday 9 May, 2020

From The42 Dubliner Ian McKinley chases 'elusive' Italy win as his story becomes a film Look Beyond

Dubliner Ian McKinley chases 'elusive' Italy win as his story becomes a film

‘Sometimes you look at yourself on the big screen and you put your hands in your head a little bit, but if people get value out of the story that’s obviously the main aim.’

# dublin - Friday 8 May, 2020

Man (54) to face trial accused of manslaughter of his 10-month-old grandson

The 10-month-old baby died at Temple Street Children’s Hospital 15 August last year.