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# dublin - Yesterday’s News

Woman who stole €140k worth of fraudulent benefits caught after picture taken for Public Services Card

Maria Redmond (60) claimed an invalidity pension for 13 years while she was working as a cleaner in Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children.

# dublin - Monday 22 January, 2018

Men armed with gun, knife and wrench rob bookies in separate incidents

Gardaí are investigating both robberies.

A private company managing homeless accommodation in Dublin made nearly €3 million profit in 2016

R&G Administration manages and oversees accommodation for homeless families at two locations in Dublin.

# dublin - Sunday 21 January, 2018

From The42 Champions Kilkenny hammer Dublin in the only camogie league match to survive weather Cats Cut Loose

Champions Kilkenny hammer Dublin in the only camogie league match to survive weather

It was a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland semi-final.

Derek Hutch shooting: Gardaí appealing for information on two getaway cars

The 27-year-old was shot at the Bridgeview halting site near Cloverhill road.

19-year-old woman jailed for three years for her part in violent late-night robbery in Dublin city

The court heard that Clodagh Forde had a propensity to acts of extreme violence.

# dublin - Saturday 20 January, 2018

A well-known Dublin sweet shop is about to make way for a new city centre hotel

Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe has closed its Dame Street store.

Three 1830s houses demolished at Dublin's Five Lamps to make way for social housing

The State conservation group had suggested the houses be made protected structures, but an order to demolish them to build housing for senior citizens had already been made.

Amazon's grand plans for its new Dublin data centre could use as much power as a city

The US tech giant says it could build up to eight facilities at Mulhuddart.

# dublin - Friday 19 January, 2018

From The Daily Edge How Well Do You Know The North Side? NORTH SIDE

How Well Do You Know The North Side?

Time to find out.

Teenager jailed for glass attack that left magician blind in one eye

The incident happened on O’Connell Street on 9 September 2016.

Most Irish university graduates are employed in Dublin and Cork

Concerns have been raised about the lack of graduates finding employment in regional areas.

From The42 2011 Dublin All-Ireland winner looks set to join reigning champions' coaching ticket Linked In

2011 Dublin All-Ireland winner looks set to join reigning champions' coaching ticket

If ratified at a Dublin LGFA meeting next month, Paul Casey will work as defence coach with Mick Bohan’s side.

# dublin - Thursday 18 January, 2018

You may have heard of his famous Library - but just who was Chester Beatty?

It’s a well-known stop in the tourist trail – but how much do you know about the man himself?

No charges to be brought in relation to boy (17) who killed himself after alleged cyberbullying

The mother of the teenager says laws need to change to protect children from online predators.

# dublin - Wednesday 17 January, 2018

Accidental death verdict returned in case of boy killed in sulky accident

Sean Doyle was killed in February 2016 when the sulky he was a passenger on was hit by a truck after the horse bolted.

# dublin - Tuesday 16 January, 2018

Dublin man to share €50,000 scratchcard winnings with lifelong best friend

The two men grew up on the same street in Dublin and now work together.

# dublin - Monday 15 January, 2018

Two women rescued from burning building in north Dublin

The women were treated for smoke inhalation at the scene, but they did not sustain any other injuries.

# dublin - Sunday 14 January, 2018

Whistleblower claims details of Dublin Fire Brigade exam leaked to promotion candidates

The fire service said it is now implementing recommendations based on an investigation into the claim.

The number of homeless families staying in hotels in Dublin has shot up once again

The figures had been dropping, but November shows an increase in families staying in hotels.

From The Daily Edge Can You Name These Dublin Streets From Just One Photo? Dublin

Can You Name These Dublin Streets From Just One Photo?

This’ll probably be hard, unless you’re a taxi driver.

Gardaí investigate after woman dies in Dublin bar

It is understood the woman had an underlying health condition.

Armed Support Unit overtime cut after successful 2017

There have been a number of cuts to overtime across the force.

# dublin - Friday 12 January, 2018

Gardaí appeal for witnesses after car stolen in Dublin with 13-month-old baby in the back seat

The car was located and the child was unharmed.

Gardaí not treating death of man found in Dalkey laneway as suspicious

Gardaí have appealed for anyone with information to contact them.

Announcement of site for Dublin injection centre delayed

An announcement was due today, but it’s been delayed yet again.

# dublin - Thursday 11 January, 2018

Alternative accommodation secured for almost all homeless families staying in the Gresham Hotel

Last week it emerged that 14 homeless families who had been staying at the Gresham in Dublin city centre had been told they had to leave by the end of the month.

# dublin - Wednesday 10 January, 2018

Number of flights diverted from Dublin Airport due to fog

Dublin Airport tweeted this evening that it was open and fully operational but that a small number of aircraft had been diverted due to dense fog.

Giant blaze at Dublin metal plant now under control

Eight fire units were sent to the scene of the recycling plant, located near Dublin Airport.

4 events for... music lovers seeking something a little different

From trad sessions to new Irish music.

Double Take: The little-known Dublin plaque to an unsung hero of the Famine

Ever heard of Pawel Edmund Strzelecki?

Criminal Assets Bureau seizes €4.5k in cash, Rolex watches and drones in series of raids

A total of nine searches were conducted at private and business premises.

# dublin - Tuesday 9 January, 2018

Ryanair offers its Dublin pilots a pay rise after it agrees to recognise unions

The Dublin pilots had previously voted against an offer from the company.

Meath pizzeria receives closure order after human excrement observed 'bubbling up through toilet bowl'

Seven businesses were served with closure orders by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) in December.

'If we do nothing, the city will grind to a halt' - Plans for College Green expected within weeks

Cyclists, meanwhile, want to ensure that the plaza has a defined cycle track.

Forever 21 to close Dublin store and pull out of Ireland

The American chain’s Jervis Street store was opened back in 2010.

# dublin - Monday 8 January, 2018

'This is life-changing, but we won’t go crazy': Family syndicate collects €38.9m jackpot

“We will take a sun holiday in May or June, possibly the Bahamas or the Maldives.”

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