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# Finglas

Yesterday
12th June 2024
Garda probe as rifle discovered in undergrowth in North Dublin suburb
This week
9th June 2024 - 13th June 2024
Gardaí launch murder investigation following death of a man in Finglas, Dublin yesterday
Man killed in fatal assault in Finglas area of Dublin overnight
Last month
May 2024
Three people arrested for immigration offences as 140 gardaí carry out raids in north Dublin
Man arrested for allegedly carrying pipe bomb asks to be put in 'protective custody'
This year
2024
‘Pure racism’: Shock and disappointment expressed at graffiti on social housing in Finglas
Man was discharged from hospital day before decapitating wife in Dublin apartment, court told
Routes of 3 major underground electricity cables in Dublin revealed
Two men arrested by gardaí investigating firearms seizure in Finglas in 2022
Last year
2023
Finglas shooting: Gardaí trawling CCTV as investigators probe gangland dispute theory
Man (20s) killed in shooting in Finglas, north Dublin
Man dies after being struck by lorry in north Dublin
Families who lost loved ones to sepsis call on HSE to start 'aggressive' awareness campaign
Three teenagers arrested after allegedly joyriding in Dublin last night
Anti-migrant protester allegedly posted video online saying refugees were 'here to rape'
'Idol, legend, beloved': Hundreds gather at Christy Dignam's public farewell
Funeral and farewell gathering for Christy Dignam to be held in Finglas on Saturday
Organised crime searches seize stolen motorbikes along with drugs, ammunition and €200,000 cash
AK-47 rifle and €12k worth of cannabis seized by gardaí during search in Finglas
Gardaí investigating after skeletal remains found in Finglas village
Far right protesters aren't just in it for the cause - there's also money to be made
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
Prominent anti-refugee protester charged with incitement to hatred, 'barred' from social media
Gardaí issue fresh appeal over Finglas assault due to 'significant volume of disinformation'
Garda attack accused has bail terms set after officer suffers ‘permanent deformities to finger’
Man jailed for seven and half years for early morning spree of knife point robberies
Man (39) appears in court over fatal stabbing in Dublin last week
Man charged over fatal stabbing in Finglas on Friday
Gardaí appeal for information on fatal assault of man in Finglas yesterday
Two arrested on suspicion of murder as man (30s) dies in Finglas stabbing
All time
Man (40s) charged after gardaí seize over €94,000 in cash in Dublin
Submachine gun, silencer and ammunition seized by gardaí in Finglas
Cannabis jelly factory 'responsible for child hospitalisations' discovered by Dublin gardaí
Two men arrested for sawn off shotgun in Finglas
Army bomb disposal experts called to Dublin housing estate
Dublin man signs guilty plea for killing his sister Sandra Boyd
Two men arrested in connection with Finglas shooting incident yesterday
Finglas gang feud: Four arrested as gardaí probe ongoing violence in Dublin suburb
Lisa Thompson murder: Gardaí looking to speak to man who handed in document at station
Two men arrested for Finglas shooting released from Garda custody without charge