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Saturday 9 December 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Portmarnock

This year
Portmarnock has contact with R&A over hosting Open or Women's Open
The Open has never been hosted by a club outside the UK.
Inflatable toy retrieved off Dublin coast after false reports of missing child
The inflatable toy, a plastic pink flamingo, had nobody on board.
Last year
Litter levels on the rise in beaches and harbours
The seafront in Bray was again praised, as was Dun Laoghaire, but Kinsale and Dingle deteriorated to ‘littered’ status.
All time
Sport Minister welcomes Portmarnock Golf Club decision to allow female members for first time
A total of 83.4% of members voted in favour of the change and 16.6% voted against it.
Policing patrols stepped up at North Dublin DART stations after series of incidents involving youths
Several social media videos show jumping on a car and a woman falling under a train after an approach by youths.
Man and woman found dead after house fire in Dublin
The blaze happened at a house in Portmarnock last night.
72-hour 'Do Not Swim' notice at The Velvet Strand in Portmarnock to be lifted
The notice was issued following a storm water overflow at the pumping station.
72-hour 'Do Not Swim' notice issued for The Velvet Strand in Portmarnock
Testing is taking place tomorrow and the results of the laboratory analysis will be available on Saturday.
Gardaí searching for a missing person have found a body
The search has been stood down.
Gardaí issue appeal after teenager stabbed near Portmarnock Beach last night
The incident took place at approximately 9.30pm.
Gardaí say missing couple have been located safe and well
Gardaí thanked the public for their assistance.
Gardaí probe boiler suit-wearing gang who use new technology to steal high-end cars
The men were captured on CCTV leaving a property in Portmarnock last month.
Construction commences on new €2.5 million coastal cycling route in north Dublin
The route will link Baldoyle to Portmarnock along the Coast Road.
Child (5) hospitalised after being swept out to sea on inflatable lilo
Emergency services were alerted to the incident at Dublin’s Portmarnock Beach at 2.20pm.
As Irish Rail increases Dart frequencies, fewer trains will stop at Portmarnock
One commuter said that the changes make their journey “almost unmanageable”.
Rail services suspended between Malahide and Clongriffin after bus hits railway bridge
The bus hit a bridge at Portmarnock.
A new €2.5 million coastal cycling route in north Dublin has been given the green light
The project will go out to tender now, and it is expected to take a year to construct.
Post-concert Dart chaos as commuters 'pried open doors' and 'got down onto the tracks'
Delays were experienced as commuters travelled back from a Liam Gallagher concert at Malahide Castle.
Woman awarded €10k in damages over allegation by Dunnes Stores that she failed to pay for bag of potatoes
The women has been awarded €10,000 in damages.
Inquest hears mother of one died due to salmonella after First Communion function
After the incident the HSE said it became aware of more than 50 people who became ill.
40-year-old man to be sentenced in May for harassment of Sharon Ní Bheoláin
Conor O’Hora also pleaded guilty to knowingly possessing child pornography at his home.
Men armed with gun, knife and wrench rob bookies in separate incidents
Gardaí are investigating both robberies.
Swimming ban at Sandymount Strand due to possible pollution
A special advisory notice has also been issued for Velvet Strand in Portmarnock.
Ice-cream van to the rescue after transporting patient from Portmarnock beach
What a hero.
Pub kitchen at centre of salmonella probe among latest outlets closed over food safety
Seven closure orders and one prohibition order were served by the FSAI last month.
Man who punched and kicked victim in head over disputed taxi given community service
Adam McCarthy expressed “genuine remorse” in court over the attack which left Niall McHale unconscious.
Student who knocked man unconscious in taxi row to be sentenced next year
The 24-year-old man punched the victim and kicked him in the head when he fell to the ground.
Gardaí investigating fire which threatened petrol station
No arrests have been made.
Dustin Johnson prepares for the Open by playing some of Ireland's best links courses
The world number two heads to Royal Troon as one of the favourites.
Gardaí renew appeal to find missing man Patrick Wright
He was last seen in Blanchardstown on Monday morning.
Swimming ban lifted at Portmarnock earlier than expected
It was expected to remain in place until at least Monday.
Portmarnock sewer tragedy: Hundreds turn out for funeral of Alan Harris
Alan and his younger brother Stephen were overcome by fumes as they worked on a sewer in the north Dublin suburb on Wednesday.
"My heart has been shattered" - wife pays tribute to man who died in toxic fume accident
Alan Harris died when he was overcome by fumes while working in the Drumnigh Estate in Portmarnock.
Firefighter's 'mask slipped' as crew responded to toxic fumes emergency
One man – the owner of a drain-clearing company – was killed in the incident. His brother remains in hospital today.
Investigation under way after one man dies and a second injured in Portmarnock sewer pipe incident
It is believed the man was overcome by fumes.
Ahead of this week's Irish Open, we've power ranked the best courses Ireland has to offer
From Portrush to Portmarnock and everything in-between, the Emerald Isle has a range of stunning courses.
Last night's Room to Improve made the entire nation insanely jealous
The couple were LOVELY and the house turned out perfect. It was shocking.
Portmarnock beach, Thomas Piketty, and butter coffee: The week in numbers
Plus: How many people in Ireland have a Skype account?
Gardaí seized all this alcohol on Portmarnock beach yesterday
By 10am this morning, council cleanup crews had collected more than 200 bags of rubbish from the beach.