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# Bray

    # ladies' night
    Olympic Village: Day 10, wrap
    You wait four years for an Olympic medal to come along and two come along in quick succession.
    # GET OUT OF THE HOUSE
    Olympics overload? What else is there to do this weekend?
    Need a break from the Olympic games this weekend? Here’s what else is going on…
    # Dublin
    Call for Dublin 'task force' after armed raids and Phoenix Park violence
    Fianna Fáil’s Niall Collins has said that a Dublin Task Force needs to be established in order to make the streets of the capital safer following a number of recent incidents.
    # Aggravated Burglary
    Masked men with hatchet, crowbars escape after Wicklow burglary
    The two occupants of the house in Bray were tied up and assaulted.
    # Revenue
    700,000 cigarettes seized by Dublin Airport customs officers
    The cigarettes, which were seized in three separate operations this week, had an estimated retail value of over €315,000.
    # Irish Rail
    Update: Commuter train services resume after earlier flooding
    The line between Bray and Dún Laoghaire had flooded, but the services are back up and running now.
    # Boxing
    Varadkar dismisses scathing report on grant for Taylor's boxing club
    The transport minister says a newspaper report about Bray Boxing Club gives the impression that “nothing is being done”.
    # Political Action
    ‘It doesn’t stop here’ – Man promises new political party after 123 mile walk
    Martin Critten completed a 123-mile walk to Dublin last week and says that the support he received along the way gives him a platform to form a new political party shortly.
    # London 2012
    Bye the Gods: Katie Taylor coasts into second round of Olympic qualifiers
    The Bray boxer advanced to the second round due to her number one ranking while Ceire Smith and Sinead Kavanagh will fight on Saturday.
    # Golden Girls
    Explainer: All you need to know about the women's boxing qualifiers for London 2012
    We answer all your questions, from Katie Taylor’s biggest threats Ireland’s other medal hopes, just in case.
    # Where You Live
    Census 2011 reveals Ireland's fastest-growing towns and counties
    We already knew that there were 4,588,252 people living in Ireland last year – but the latest batch of CSO Census data means that now we literally know where you live.
    # EU referendum
    LIVE: Stephen Donnelly, Shane Ross and Constantin Gurdgiev discuss Fiscal Compact
    The TDs and economist are speaking at a ‘Town Hall’ meeting in Bray to discuss the Fiscal Compact referendum.
    # Fire
    Wicklow pub badly damaged in fire overnight
    The Vevay Inn in Bray, Co Wicklow, was extensively damaged in a blaze that broke out in the early hours of this morning.
    # Twister
    VIDEO: Sea tornado spouts up at Bray
    A dolphin watcher in Wicklow spotted the seaspout phenomenon this morning as she tried to capture the sunrise.
    # in pieces
    Train station mosaics in Bray being pieced together (ahem)
    New tile mosaics show the Co Wicklow train station through the ages.
    # Explosion
    Driver hospitalised after explosion on DART train
    The driver of the DART suffered injuries after detonators exploded in the driver’s cabin at Bray station during rush hour this morning.
    # London Calling
    Here's your Katie Taylor victory of the day...
    Taylor beat Sandra Brugger of Switzerland in the AIBA World Women’s Championships Preparation Bout at the Royal Hotel in Bray tonight.
    # Missing
    Gardaí renew appeal for Turkish woman missing since last February
    On the first anniversary of her disappearance, Gardaí are appealing for information about Esra Uyrun.
    # Bray
    Man due in Bray court over ammunition and gun
    The weapon and ammunition were discovered by gardaí searching a car in the Co Wicklow town on Thursday.
    # Rail Travel
    Former British cabinet minister travels Ireland's railways for TV doc
    Michael Portillo takes in a journey from Bray to Derry on a series of programmes which starts tonight on BBC Two.
    # greystones
    Three due in court over Greystones robbery plot
    Four were arrested in Wicklow yesterday. One of them, a 17-year-old, has been released without charge.
    # Anglo
    Sean FitzPatrick released without charge
    The former head of Anglo Irish Bank was arrested yesterday as part of an investigation into alleged irregularities at Irish financial institutions.
    # Drugs
    €400,000 of cannabis plants found growing in industrial unit
    Gardaí raided a substantial cannabis growing operation in Delgany, Co Wicklow yesterday.
    # Irish Rail
    DART line closed to allow repair on damaged bridge
    There will be no services from Grand Canal Dock to Sydney Parade, in order to allow for repairs to a flood-damaged bridge in Ballsbridge.
    # DART
    DART services resume after earlier flooding suspensions
    Services between Dún Laoghaire and Bray reopen after an earlier suspension due to flooding on the line near Dún Laoghaire but road traffic is still disrupted around the country.
    # Missing
    Gardaí seek help tracing missing mother and child
    Aoife Ní Raghnall, 35, and her 2-year-old son Oscar, were last seen in Dublin city centre on Saturday night.
    # Shooting
    Appeal for witnesses to Enniskerry shooting
    A man has been hospitalised following the shooting.
    # DART
    Bray to Greystones rail travel resumes
    # Bray
    Traffic problems in Bray following Main Street fire
    # ATM
    ATM machine tampered with in Greystones
    A man was arrested after Gardaí discovered a cash trapping device on the ATM.
    # Sleepwalker
    Irish teenager sleepwalks off 25-foot hotel balcony… and survives
    Ros Casserly had been on holiday, celebrating the end of his leaving certificate.
    # Daily Fix
    The Daily Fix: Saturday
    In today’s Fix: Irish woman dies in Australian road accident; Adams calls for united Ireland; Ireland’s social network obsession; Norris targets the quilters; and Niland’s Wimbledon dream.
    # IEDs
    Two devices found in Bray were 'viable'
    The army bomb disposal team was alerted shortly before midnight last night after the devices were found.
    # Bray
    Child escapes attempted kidnapping in Bray
    The ten-year-old girl says a man in a white car forced her into the back seat of the vehicle but she managed to escape. Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the alleged incident.
    # Missing
    Family renew appeals for Turkish woman missing since February
    Married mother-of-one Esra Uyrun went out to the shops on February 23, and hasn’t been seen since.
    # Drugs
    Drugs worth €1m seized in Meath and 20 arrested in Wicklow investigation
    Gardaí have arrested over 20 people in the past week for suspected involvement in the sale and supply of heroin and cannabis in Bray, Co Wicklow.
    # Missing
    Gardaí appeal for assistance in finding missing Esra
    Esra Uyrun, 38, has not been seen since leaving her home in Clondalkin on Wednesday morning.
    # Shooting
    Woman shot in mistaken identity attack in Bray
    Shot fired through the window of a house on Greenpark Road struck woman in lower back.
    # Bray
    Investigation begins into assault on Bray 19-year-old
    A 19-year-old is assaulted with a broken bottle, and is rushed to Dublin with facial injuries.
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