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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Finglas

This month
September 2023
Families who lost loved ones to sepsis call on HSE to start 'aggressive' awareness campaign
Almost 3,000 people die with sepsis in Ireland in a year.
Last month
August 2023
Three teenagers arrested after allegedly joyriding in Dublin last night
Gardaí said the vehicle failed to stop when directed to at 12.30am last night in Lucan, Co Dublin.
This year
Anti-migrant protester allegedly posted video online saying refugees were 'here to rape'
Graham Carey interrupted the court to says he was referring to “undocumented migrants” only.
'Idol, legend, beloved': Hundreds gather at Christy Dignam's public farewell
A crowd of mourning family, friends and fans followed Dignam’s hearse through Finglas, before gathering outside of Erins Isle GAA Club.
Funeral and farewell gathering for Christy Dignam to be held in Finglas on Saturday
Christy’s funeral cortege will arrive at the junction of Tolka Valley Road and Cardiffsbridge Road in Finglas at 9.45am on Saturday morning.
Organised crime searches seize stolen motorbikes along with drugs, ammunition and €200,000 cash
An operation targeting organised crime gangs saw “coordinated searches” yesterday across Ronanstown, Finglas, Lucan and Castleknock.
AK-47 rifle and €12k worth of cannabis seized by gardaí during search in Finglas
The firearm and drugs will now be sent for analysis.
Gardaí investigating after skeletal remains found in Finglas village
The remains were discovered at the N2 interchange in Finglas shortly after 3pm yesterday.
Far right protesters aren't just in it for the cause - there's also money to be made
A report by
Eimer McAuley
One agitator asks his followers for support to cover travel and other expenses related to the protests.
Anti-immigration activists monetise their YouTube accounts and ask for donations, reports Eimer McAuley.
Experts say the tactics are imported from abroad but the levels of profit are small at present.
Debunked: No, 'immigrants’ are not suspects in a Finglas assault case
Gardaí say there’s “a significant volume of misinformation and disinformation” about the ongoing investigation.
Prominent anti-refugee protester charged with incitement to hatred, 'barred' from social media
Graham Carey appeared in court in Dublin this morning and was told to stay away from any locations housing refugees.
Gardaí issue fresh appeal over Finglas assault due to 'significant volume of disinformation'
It comes in the wake of erroneous claims made by right-wing groups that a migrant was involved in carrying out the assault.
Garda attack accused has bail terms set after officer suffers ‘permanent deformities to finger’
The court heard other gardaí witnessed the incident, and there was CCTV evidence.
Man jailed for seven and half years for early morning spree of knife point robberies
In a 45 minute time period the man carried out two robberies, three attempted robberies, one hijacking of a pedal bicycle, all in the Finglas area.
Man (39) appears in court over fatal stabbing in Dublin last week
Brian Hogan, 39, from the Finglas area died last Friday.
Man charged over fatal stabbing in Finglas on Friday
The man was arrested on Friday and is due to appear before Blanchardstown District Court tomorrow morning.
Gardaí appeal for information on fatal assault of man in Finglas yesterday
Two men in their 30s arrested as part of the investigation remain in Garda custody.
Two arrested on suspicion of murder as man (30s) dies in Finglas stabbing
Gardaí are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
Last year
Man (40s) charged after gardaí seize over €94,000 in cash in Dublin
The cash was seized following a search of a residence in Finglas yesterday.
Submachine gun, silencer and ammunition seized by gardaí in Finglas
The discovery was made during a search of a maintenance area at an apartment complex in Finglas on Friday.
Cannabis jelly factory 'responsible for child hospitalisations' discovered by Dublin gardaí
Chief Superintendent Finbarr Murphy said cannabis jellies have been responsible for child sicknesses.
Two men arrested for sawn off shotgun in Finglas
A man in his 20s and another in his 30s were arrested in the early hours of this morning
Army bomb disposal experts called to Dublin housing estate
The incident happened in the Hazelcroft area of Finglas in Dublin 11.
Dublin man signs guilty plea for killing his sister Sandra Boyd
Derek Boyd has remained in custody since March.
Two men arrested in connection with Finglas shooting incident yesterday
The incident happened at around 3pm yesterday in Dublin 11.
Finglas gang feud: Four arrested as gardaí probe ongoing violence in Dublin suburb
Two men and two women were detained.
Lisa Thompson murder: Gardaí looking to speak to man who handed in document at station
The man handed in a document in Lisa Thompson’s name last Thursday.
Two men arrested for Finglas shooting released from Garda custody without charge
Both men in their 20s, who were arrested on Friday, have been released from Garda custody without charge.
Have you seen missing teenager Aaron Donnelly?
Aaron Donnelly is missing from Finglas, Dublin 11.
Two arrested as gardaí appeal for information on shooting in Finglas supermarket car park
Gardaí were called to the scene in the North Dublin suburb at around 5pm.
Man (20s) arrested in relation to series of robberies in Finglas
The incidents occurred on the Finglas Road shortly before 8am yesterday.
Appeal for 21-year-old man missing from Finglas stood down after body discovered
The man had been missing from his home in Finglas since Wednesday at around 2.30pm.
Man and woman arrested after €388,000 worth of drugs seized in Dublin
Gardaí carried out a search of a residence in Finglas at around 6.30pm yesterday.
Gardaí seize two firearms and arrest two people in Dublin operation
Searches were carried out in Ballymun and Finglas.
'These gangs have more power than the gardaí': Reprisal fears following murder of James Whelan
James Whelan was shot dead in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Gardaí fear a "perfect storm" of violence following the first gang-related murder in over a year.
Violence in the area had been ramping up in recent weeks in a feud over a cocaine seizure by gardaí, reports Garreth MacNamee.
One local councillor said: "I have people coming to me saying 'I don't feel safe living here anymore'".
Man (20s) shot dead in north Dublin during early hours of this morning
The incident occurred in the Deanstown Avenue area of Finglas.
Man admits to murder of Jennifer Poole in Dublin last year
The 24-year-old was stabbed to death at her home in Dublin in April last year.
Investigation continues into killing of woman in Finglas shooting
The woman has been named locally as Sandra Boyd.
Woman (30s) dies following shooting incident in Finglas
Emergency services are at the scene.
All time
Man dies after suffering serious head injuries in Dublin last week
The man was found injured in Finglas last week.