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# Wicklow

This month
July 2024
Yellow rain warning for eastern counties tonight means Hozier fans will need their raincoats
Walk and talk: Why I'm attempting to conquer the Wicklow Way in less than 72 hours this weekend
Jack 'Beano' Carey
Man charged after €320,000 worth of cannabis seized in Co Wicklow
Last month
June 2024
Armed gardaí to be deployed to protect Taoiseach's home in County Wicklow
Gun and ammunition seized during search of house in Bray
Bomb threat made on Taoiseach's home this evening declared a hoax
Pride disco in Wicklow for young LGBT+ people postponed after 'harassment and threats'
Motorcyclist (30s) dies following crash in Co Wicklow
Three men arrested for alleged harassment of Taoiseach released without charge
One man arrested after €500,000 worth of drugs and cash seized in Wicklow
Social Democrats TD Jennifer Whitmore recovering in hospital after 'sudden medical emergency'
May
May 2024
Motorcyclist (50s) dies following crash in Co Wicklow
M11 southbound open again after truck overturned earlier today
Beggan and Jackson back Stateside for another nibble at the NFL cherry
Driver arrested after teenage girl dies in single-vehicle crash in Co Wicklow
Man arrested over incident at Aughrim hotel released without charge
'It was my kids' bedtime': Taoiseach says family homes 'out of bounds' after protest at his home
A group of protestors were at the Taoiseach’s home yesterday evening carrying anti-migration and anti-EU posters.
Man arrested after construction workers are 'subjected to abuse' at hotel in Aughrim
Protesters incorrectly believed the site was being renovated to house international protection applicants.
April
April 2024
Builders confronted by anti-immigration protesters 'in shock' after 'intimidating' incident at Aughrim hotel
Construction workers at the site in Aughrim in Co Wicklow were told to “pack up and get the f**k out”.
Protesters march through Newtown again opposing asylum seeker accommodation nearby
Anti-asylum seeker protesters march through Newtownmountkennedy chanting 'Newtown says no'
Taoiseach and Justice Minister condemn attacks on gardaí at public order incident in Wicklow
Newtownmountkennedy: Four charged as Garda Inspector tells court violence was 'prolonged and extremely dangerous'
Timeline: What happened in Newtownmountkennedy yesterday evening?
Newtownmountkennedy: Five charged as Garda Commissioner condemns 'unacceptable' scenes
Drew Harris said gardaí were attacked with stones and patrol vehicles had windows smashed, with one being smashed with an axe.
Cyclist hospitalised with serious injuries after being struck by car in Co Wicklow
Man (20s) dies after motorcycle collision in Wicklow
March
March 2024
From 'young pup' to Taoiseach, how Simon Harris TikTok-ed his way to the top
Wicklow man who assaulted his partner in three-day ordeal handed seven-year prison term
Man (40s) dies after truck crashes on the M11 in Co Wicklow
Man appears in court charged with false imprisonment of woman in a van
Gardaí are continuing to question man at the centre of country-wide van alert
Man who repeatedly raped teenage babysitter 35 years ago jailed for 8 years
This year
2024
Three people hospitalised after driver crashes into pedestrians and shops on Bray main street
Lindsay Lohan’s Irish rom-com to be released on Netflix in time for St Patrick’s Day
€4.2 million worth of drugs seized during searches in Wicklow and Limerick
Last year
2023
Man in his 50s seriously injured after motorcycle struck kerb in Arklow
Jury fails to reach verdict in case of woman accused of murdering her housemate in Co Wicklow
Several routes through the Sally Gap deemed impassable due to icy road conditions
Man and woman, both 40s, arrested over shop robbery in Dun Laoghaire last week