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This year
'A legal bomb waiting to go off': The delays at the Probate Office have reached a record high
Solicitors have called on the Probate Office to reinstate its face-to-face counter service.
Delays have steadily increased after a new way of working was introduced to accommodate remote working during the Covid pandemic.
Solicitors have called on the Probate Office to reinstate its face-to-face counter service.
One solicitor said the current arrangements are "absolutely shocking".
Man arrested as gardaí seize €300,000 worth of heroin in Dublin apartment search
Last year
Luas services between The Point and Smithfield stopped after collision between car and tram
All time
'It's an incredible cultural hub': Fears over proposed hotel at Dublin's Cobblestone pub
No Luas service running between Smithfield and the Point
Luas derails after colliding with truck in Dublin city centre
Dublin City Council starts legal bid to remove 'Horseboy' and David Attenborough murals
Council seeks operator to create 'tourist attraction' at Dublin's Fruit & Vegetable Market
'We're in limbo': Over a dozen families forced to move after Dublin fire
'Ní fheicimid a leithéid arís ann': After 127 years of (very) early starts Dublin's Fruit & Vegetable Market closed its doors today
€5 million compensation for Smithfield traders ahead of Fruit & Vegetable Market redevelopment
Planning battle after tenant told he needs permission for Smithfield's Horseboy mural
Historic Dublin Fruit & Vegetable Market to close ahead of redevelopment
Smithfield's homelessness tour guide: 'Most locals don't get to talk to anybody who is homeless'
'It's unjustifiable': Demolition of 19th-century Dublin distillers structure slammed by An Taisce
Brazilian couple tricked out of €1,000 in new rental scam in north inner city Dublin
'If we build here, we'll have to build around you': How The Cobblestone became a traditional icon in a changing Dublin
Here's where you can welcome the Dublin winners home
Minister keen to give Smithfield family court complex the green light
The Stormzy mural in Smithfield has been painted over after council objections
The artists protesting the Stormzy mural removal hit back with this great Donald Trump graffiti
The artists behind the Stormzy mural in Smithfield are running a brilliant protest against Dublin City Council
Stormzy mural gets makeover in protest against council removal threats
Your guide to Smithfield: Inner-city village with food, festivals and vintage arcade machines
Dublin City Council explain why Sunday's All-Ireland won't be shown on big screen in Smithfield
This new bar full of retro arcade games just opened in Smithfield
Luas not operating between Blackhorse and The Point due to technical fault
'We want people to know what's going on' - Why Venezuelans will be protesting in Dublin today
Homeowner says new Dublin city centre hotel would block his 'right to light'
A new pub just opened in Stoneybatter with a barbershop inside
Appeal for witnesses to stabbing in Dublin's inner city
Luas crash: Eight hospitalised as tram and tourist bus collide in Smithfield
Music heaven - Dublin's Smithfield will be chockablock for the Busker Fleadh tomorrow
"I worried what will happen if they manage to open the car doors" - Joan Burton
There's a joint outdoor screening of Willy Wonka and the All-Ireland in Dublin this Sunday
Two brand new retro-looking restaurants have opened in Smithfield, and they look unreal
Garda chases after man who snatched mobile phone from pregnant woman
Teen wins €2,500 damages from Luas operator after driver insinuated she was a pickpocket
5 excellent places to grab brunch in Dublin 7
'The arts are victims of Dublin's economic recovery': Block T is forced to relocate