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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# streets of dublin

This year
‘It’s gone beyond a joke’: workers in Dublin's north city centre share concerns in wake of attack
Some staff said they would like to see a permanent Garda presence in the area.
Vigil held in memory of the 402 homeless people who died in Dublin since 2018
Organised by the political party Aontú, the vigil was attended by family members of some of those who have died.
All time
'An example of how bad it can get': We counted 13 syringes down this tiny Dublin alleyway
The site shows that public injecting is still a major problem, a drug service worker said.
Aussie police commander says injecting room changed Sydney 'drug capital' for the better
The Dáil is set to deal with legislation for injecting rooms here in the coming months.
It's planned the first supervised injecting facility will open in 2017. So how did we get here?
People have reasonable fears about such centres – but those fears can be addressed, writes the Ana Liffey Drug Project’s Tony Duffin.
Pictures: 12 fabulous shots of Dublin by one amateur photographer
For Dermot Kavanagh, photographing Dublin satisfies his urge to “roam the streets”.
How would a Dublin drug injecting room operate? We spoke to the boss of the Sydney centre
Sydney doctor Marianne Jauncey was taken aback by the level of open injecting in Dublin this week.
Dublin's drug laneways: One year on, the alleys are still littered with needles
The city centre this afternoon: used needles, a crack pipe – and a syringe just yards from playing children.
Google team up with Colin Farrell to tell the story of the Rising...and it's wonderful
The impressive interactive website was launched this evening.
The needles on the cobbles are nothing new - but the human excrement is shocking
A grim tour of the backstreets of the capital…
"You wonder - why are you on the street?": Pat Kenny spent a night examining the homelessness crisis
“It’s an extraordinary experience seeing the city like this.”
Just yards from the lattés and those craft beer bars ... dozens upon dozens of needles
Every alleyway in the city is being used for injecting…
Dubliners said goodbye to the Metro Herald today - and things got emotional
We saw hugs, Christmas cards, a cheeky fiver, and plenty of sad faces on the streets this morning.