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# Merchants Quay

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June 2024
Senator on helping woman who was likely overdosing: 'No one wanted to help, it was really horrible'
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Syringe analysis shows increase in methamphetamine use and cocaine-heroin mixture
'Twice I woke up and a person was dead beside me'
Just two people wrote to city planners saying they were in favour of the new supervised injecting facility
'A dictatorship': Deputy Lord Mayor slams Simon Harris over comments on planning refusal for injection centre
'It’s terrifying rough sleeping. I stay up all night, lying in a doorway'
Former drugs minister says injecting centre plan has 'been allowed to die' by government
Dublin City Council refuses planning permission for Ireland's first injecting centre
Gardaí refuse to provide policing plan needed for injecting centre until planning permission is granted
'I'd be dead, simple as that': Homeless people with mental health difficulties treated 'every day' at Merchants Quay
'I owe this place my life': Inside Dublin's only charity offering free hot Sunday dinners to the homeless
'We've seen people die, people beaten up horrifically': This primary school doesn't want an injecting centre 300m from its front door
'We are seeing people who have a home, but they can’t afford the heating or the food to cook'
Planned supervised injection centre may not open in 2019, new Merchants Quay CEO says
Temple Bar pubs and U2 hotel among 99 objections to State's first supervised injecting centre
'I started taking drugs when I was 12 ... it was just seen as a cool thing to do'
Homeless and addiction charity says 'Ireland is facing a deepening social crisis'
Man stabbed on O'Donovan Rossa Bridge in Dublin city centre
We have a location for the first supervised drug injecting room - what happens next?
'What it means is that we won't arrest people for carrying heroin': Confusion remains over injection centre policing
Steroid abuse: Simon Harris wants gym owners to help combat problem
Calls for a heroin 'overdose antidote' to be made more available to addicts' families
Fr Peter McVerry calls for immediate closure of Merchants Quay Night Cafe
At least 168 people were sleeping rough in Dublin last night
"When I was 15 I found €3,500 worth of heroin on the ground... and that was it for me"
"There are people dying injecting themselves. I had to get the injection that brings you back to life"
Progressive laws and the Dark Web are changing the lives of Irish drug users
Man in serious condition after being hit by truck on Merchants Quay
Life-saving drugs can now be given by trained members of the public
Missing Cork teenager found safe and well
Inside the Night Cafe: 'People are just so relieved to be indoors for the night'
Mark Kennedy
Dublin homeless centre closes after attacks on staff
There was a queue of people waiting to use Dublin's new homeless café when it opened last night
Night cafe for homeless people opens in Dublin city centre
'Drug that reverses heroin overdoses should be made more available'
Ireland has 9,615 methadone users but care plans needed to get them drug-free
My Christmas Day: ‘It’s just another day on the street for me’
Taoiseach to open new homeless and drugs centre as demand soars
Column: ‘Your hope goes, and that’s that’ – a homeless drug user’s story
Catherine W