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# liffey-street - Sunday 10 May, 2020

Man and woman arrested after suspected firearm found in Dublin city bin

Gardaí on patrol observed an altercation between individuals on Abbey Street at midnight.

# liffey-street - Friday 7 February, 2020

Extra charges brought against Norwegian man after alleged naked drink-driving rampage in bin lorry

55-year-old Rune Skinnarland said he believed his drink had been spiked.

# liffey-street - Saturday 31 August, 2019

Another Dublin street blocked off by activists in car-free demonstration

Councillors are due to vote next week on a proposal to permanently pedestrianise this section of the street.

# liffey-street - Sunday 24 February, 2019

19-year-old teenager seriously injured in Dublin stabbing incident overnight

He has been taken to the Mater Hospital in Dublin.

# liffey-street - Monday 7 March, 2016

Man who abducted child and stole his chicken nuggets while 'out of it' jailed for three years

The child who has Down syndrome was abandoned outside Arnotts minutes after he was taken.

# liffey-street - Friday 17 July, 2015

The northside Luas is back up and running...

The service had been suspended between Abbey and Liffey Streets after overhead wires came loose at Jervis Street.

# liffey-street - Tuesday 2 June, 2015

Calls for Eircom to remove phone boxes being used by drug users and damaging nearby businesses

Eircom says some of the phones are being used by people to contact homeless services.

# liffey-street - Friday 13 January, 2012

Where's the love? Council removes 'love padlocks' from Dublin's Ha'penny Bridge Where's The Love This post contains images

Where's the love? Council removes 'love padlocks' from Dublin's Ha'penny Bridge

The padlocks, which were attached by couples as a sign of their ‘everlasting’ love, will be removed from any bridge upon which they appear, Dublin City Council has said.