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Friday 8 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Cameras

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New pilot project will see cameras installed to detect drivers parked or driving in bus and cycle lanes
A number of areas in Dublin will be chosen to trial the new equipment.
Austin parcel bombs: Texas police find clue after FedEx centre explosion
A sixth explosion that went off yesterday isn’t related to the other five, police said yesterday.
'Londoners can feel reassured': Police officers begin wearing body cameras
There have been calls to issue gardaí with the same technology here.
This mam put up cameras in her house, then regretted it once she saw what the dogs got up to
You know what? It’s not worth it. (Potentially NSFW?)
Cameras worn by gardaí could help bring 'swifter, fairer justice for victims'
Garda delegates heard of the benefits UK police officers have seen since the introduction of body cameras
Lost something at Electric Picnic? Here's your chance to get it back
Just look at those car keys…
This picture of all of the car keys lost at Electric Picnic will give you palpitations
Gardaí could soon be wearing body cameras
Dublin councillors want a pilot scheme to be rolled out in the city.
Irish CCTV cameras being streamed on Russian site
There are currently 53 Irish cameras on the website.
Joan Burton is, in fact, "delighted" that people have expensive phones and cameras
The Social Protection minister caused controversy last week with comments about ‘expensive phones and cameras’.
Watch: Joan Burton wants to know why water protesters have expensive phones and cameras
Her comments follow scuffles between protesters and gardaí in Clare Hall earlier this week.
Rugby player under fire after spitting blood at opponent during game*
*It may have been unintentional.
This robot is designed to become part of your family's day-to-day life
It does have a creepy stare, though.
6 ways smartphones have completely changed travelling
Sure you wouldn’t go to the shops without your phone, let alone around the world.
Tony Kelly spent 10 hours soloing in front of the cameras for Sky Sports GAA ad
The Clare hurler wasn’t used to hurling in Croke Park like this.
Study finds that taking photos could be affecting our memory
A new study from Fairfield University found that taking photos of an event may affect our ability to remember it later.
Capturing Depp, Jolie and Ireland - the Irish photographer searching for honesty
Kevin Abosch has taken portraits of some of Hollywood’s most famous faces, but he says it isn’t about star power or celebrity.
UCC bumps up security with CCTV off campus
The cameras are being placed on roads just outside the university campus.
Closed courtrooms only protect bad judges and lawyers, says Judge Judy
Yes, Judge Judy is in Dublin.
Column: Decisions in the family courts will be open to scrutiny now the veil has been lifted
Until now, family court proceedings have been heard ‘in camera’ but new legislation will bring more transparency – and more confidence – to the system, writes solicitor Emma Heron.
San Diego restricts beach use after seal abuse
The ‘seal-cam’ captured people abusing and harassing seals at a beach in San Diego.
The Magnificent Seven: Sports stars on screen
Some people just do not know when they should stick to the day job.
PHOTOS: Inside the vaults at Anglo Irish Bank
A TV3 camera crew got access to the vaults at the old Anglo HQ on Stephen’s Green in Dublin. Here’s what they saw.
Judge bans cameras from courtroom in Colorado movie shooting case
Meanwhile, Christian Bale visited survivors of Friday’s shooting and lays flower at memorial.
Poll: Should Anders Behring Breivik's testimony be televised?
Some of the trial of the man who has admitted killing 77 people in Norway last summer will be televised but his testimony will not. What do you think?
The future of football on TV? Move the cameras yourself...
Pressing the red button is about to open up a whole new world of possibilities. This is impressive…
Olympus offices raided by Japanese officials in accounting probe
Investigation underway into the suspected concealment by Olympus of over €1 billion in losses through inaccurate financial reports.
TD calls for cameras to be allowed in Irish courts
Fine Gael backbencher Patrick O’Donovan has asked the Justice Minister to consider limited broadcasting of court proceedings.