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# Ballymount

Last year
Teen pleads guilty to stealing double-decker bus for 30 minutes
The court heard that the teenager, who had left his care facility in Cork, managed to get the bus started.
All time
Urban project aims to increase population in west Dublin area from 5,000 to 75,000
The City Edge project would redevelop the area between the Naas Road, Ballymount and Park West.
Man seriously injured in 'public order incident' on M50 motorway at rush hour
A second man was also injured in the incident, which happened after 6pm this evening, but left the scene in a silver Kia Sedona.
Gardaí uncover large cannabis grow house and seize €1.5m-worth of plants
Two men have been arrested.
The Ballymount blaze yesterday destroyed charity's materials
The Cleft Lip & Palate Association of Ireland had been storing materials at the ‘Store-It’ unit.
PICTURES: 50 firefighters deal with major blaze at storage unit off M50
Dublin Fire Brigade are advising people in the area to take care.
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Everyonne’s talking about the Omagh bomb, Rehab revelations, and President Higgins…
EPA finds no long-term health impacts from Ballymount recycling plant fire
The Oxigen recycling plant in Ballymount, Dublin burned for over a week in January.
Councillors call for review of waste licences in wake of Ballymount fire
The motion was passed at tonight’s meeting of Dublin City Council.
It's over: Blaze at Ballymount recycling plant extinguished after five days
It has prompted a government review of the storage of toxic materials near homes.
Government to review storage of ‘toxic materials’ near homes
The Environment Minister also confirmed last night that three investigations will be carried out into the cause last weekend’s fire at a west Dublin recycling plant.
Fire units to remain at Ballymount industrial estate fire for a number of days
Dublin Fire Brigade state that the fire has been brought under control.
Ballymount industrial estate fire could burn for rest of weekend
Locals are being warned to keep windows and doors closed due to the toxicity of burning material.
Gardaí issue appeal after man is crushed by forklift at Dublin waste plant
The worker died this afternoon at Tallaght Hospital.
Man found in Dublin waste truck identified
The body of the man, who was from Poland, was found at the waste recycling facility in Dublin yesterday morning.
Poaching from RTÉ is "not what we're about" says TV3 content chief
Jeff Ford says it’s all about who is right for their ‘brand’, and that they’ll consider talent from anywhere.
TV3 boss: The Government needs to get RTÉ's tanks off our lawns
David McRedmond is calling for the proportion of money RTÉ gets from advertising to be cut as part of a sweeping reform of the market.
Gardaí seeking to trace two drivers, after girl killed in Greenhills Road smash
A 16-year-old girl from Tallaght died in the crash between a car and a Dublin Bus.
Distribution firm Johnson Brothers to cut 83 jobs in Dublin
The company informed staff of the decision to outsource its warehouse and transport operations today.
Cannabis worth €2.6million seized in Dublin
The authorities raided an industrial premises in Ballymount and seized herbal cannabis and resin worth an estimated €2.6 million.
Suspicious fire at second Panda recycling facility
Several trucks were damaged in last night’s blaze, which is not thought to be related to the Slane plant fire last week.
Appeal for information after woman seriously assaulted in Dublin
The woman was out walking in Ballymount Park, Clondalkin, on Monday when she was seriously assaulted by a single man at about midday.