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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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Man (70s) dies following fatal single vehicle collision in Kildare
The incident occurred at around 7:25pm last evening.
Horse dies after being struck by rush hour train in south Dublin
This morning’s incident resulted delays of up to 30 minutes to Irish Rail services.
Adamstown developer will sell half as many units this year as it did from 2007-2016
The town, just south of Lucan, was the first of the so-called Strategic Development Zones.
Planning denied for controversial Wexford sludge site over 'risk to public health'
Locals had objected to the application due to odour issues and concerns about the treatment process.
The builders behind a flagship Celtic Tiger development say it's back on track
Despite the fanfare Adamstown has been something of a stop-start development.
Dental nurse called 'a f***ing skankhole' by Dublin Bus driver loses 75k damages claim
The bus driver cursed at her for not picking up litter, a court had heard.
A flagship Celtic Tiger development could finally be finished
When it was launched in 2005, there was much fanfare about redefining urban spaces and usability.
Wexford residents in battle over 'obnoxious' sewage sludge odour
Residents say the smell was so bad last summer that they could not leave their homes.
From bust to boom: Ireland's first ghost town is putting 40 new houses on the market
Houses are being snapped up in this former ghost town once launched by Bertie Ahern.
These Wexford lads talking about divils and banshees is surprisingly hilarious
“If a hen crows early in the morning…”
Have you seen missing teenager Michael Mongan?
Michael Mongan was last seen with a plaster cast on his broken right leg.
This day 10 years ago, Bertie Ahern turned the sod on Adamstown
Fewer than 1,500 homes have been built.
Council steps in to stop Adamstown becoming a 'ghost' town
One councillor said he hoped the changes will help kick-start sustainable development in the area.
Tonight's Evening Fix... now with added apologies from Death Row inmates
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
Woman struck and fatally injured on railway line
The tragic death occurred at around 12.20am last night. All of Irish Rail’s intercity services will be disrupted until further notice.
Four set for court over twin cannabis hauls
Three men and a woman will appear before Blanchardstown District Court on drugs charges tomorrow morning.