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# henry street

Last month
June 2024
Man recovering in hospital after late night Dublin city centre assault
Council refuses permission for 'shiny plastic' Tipperary Crystal sign to remain on Henry Street
This year
Woman in her 80s injured in Dublin city centre assault
Last year
Three store on Dublin's Henry Street ramraided in early morning burglary
All time
Dublin’s oldest Christmas market returns to Henry street at full trading capacity
Man due in court over attempted robbery and assault in which another man was headbutted
Henry Street Christmas trading may go ahead following councillors vote
Liquidator withdraws negotiated deal after Debenhams workers occupy stores in Dublin and Cork
What does shopping look like in a pandemic? Here's what we learnt today
Junior minister concerned about Garda treatment of Debenhams protesters, calls for regular review of powers
Protesters staging demonstration outside Debenhams store in Dublin are moved on by gardaí
Two remain in custody as further €20,000 seized from house in Limerick
Woman sees €20 sticking out of man's wallet in garda station - takes it - gets immediately arrested
Two men arrested after man stabbed in Clare yesterday evening
Don't be alarmed, it is just a drill: Dublin Fire Brigade out on Henry Street today
Appeal for witnesses after woman 'kicked in face' by man 'with American accent'
Firefighters respond to fire above Lush on Henry Street
No jail for teens who attacked garda on Dublin's Henry Street
Homemade bomb found in Limerick city late last night
This Henry Street building could be yours for €18 million
Children as young as 12 and pensioners in their 70s shoplifting in Dublin stores
'It can cost lives': Garda concern about counterfeit toys at Christmas markets
All lit up - a sneak preview of Dublin's Christmas lightshow
Gardaí renew appeal for teenage girl missing since Thursday
John Lewis homeware is coming to Ireland for the first time
Tis officially the season - Dublin's Christmas lights have been switched on
Gardaí search for on-the-run sex offender who was last seen in Limerick
Retailers fear Dublin traffic restrictions will force shoppers to out-of-town centres
Update: 14-year-old girl missing from Meath found safe and well
Dunnes workers remember their 2 years and 9 months protesting apartheid
Investigation finds garda use of pepper spray against homeless man was justified
Burton returns to Dunnes where she used to work to show solidarity with workers
Irish shoppers encouraged to 'buy Irish' to give businesses Christmas boost
Video: Man attacked on main Dublin street with shoppers, tourists and children all around
Liverpool to open an official store in Dublin city centre
It's-a really him! Mario is busking on Henry Street
Sale of half of Arnotts gets the go-ahead
Man receives facial wounds in afternoon attack on Dublin's Henry Street
Betting shop staff threatened at gunpoint by lone raider
Two arrested after gardaí seize €1 million in cash in Limerick sting