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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

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28th November 2023
Tánaiste says McEntee will have full backing of all Fianna Fáil TDs if no confidence vote called
Mary Lou McDonald criticised Government TDs for not being present on the scene of last week’s stabbing incident.
Ministers have pledged their full support for Justice Minister Helen McEntee amid threats of a motion of confidence next week
Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald says McEntee's position is untenable.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar aks people to stop connecting migration with crime, saying 'it's not right'.
Increased garda presence planned for Dublin city centre 'up to and beyond Christmas'
Pressure mounts as Harris and McEntee called before justice committee over city centre violence
Last week
19th November 2023 - 25th November 2023
Schools close early and clinics cancelled at Temple Street amid fears of unrest in central Dublin
Two primary schools confirmed they were advised to close by gardaí.
This year
Dublin’s new safety action plan to target prolific young offenders and roll out community wardens
The report launched today states ‘there remains a narrative that the North Inner City is unsafe’.
Last year
Capel Street shop owners claim more council effort needed to make pedestrianisation a success
‘The street will rot if there isn’t a full development to pedestrianisation or a reversal,’ one business owner said
Woman arrested after stabbing incident in the early hours of this morning in Dublin
The woman in her 20s is currently detained for questioning.
New Dublin development plan set to restrict the construction of Build to Rent apartments
The new Draft Dublin City Development Plan 2022-2028 is currently open to public submissions.
All time
14 people arrested in Dublin yesterday; no garda injuries reported
In Cork, where gardaí said the city centre was “relatively calm”, eight people were arrested for public order offences.
Gardaí dispersed crowds and confiscated alcohol on second night of gatherings in Dublin
Four people were arrested in Dublin on public order offences.
Gardaí investigate after man dies following incident in Dublin city centre
The man (50s) was brought to St James’s Hospital and was later pronounced dead.
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after clash involving large number of youths in Dublin
One person was hospitalised and later released.
No return to rush-hour as Dublin's streets remain quiet on the first morning of Phase Two
Buses and train stations remained largely quiet this morning.
Another Dublin street blocked off by activists in car-free demonstration
Councillors are due to vote next week on a proposal to permanently pedestrianise this section of the street.
Dublin's O'Connell Street set for 'new dawn' under proposed new development plans
The proposal includes retail units, a hotel and residential spaces.
Gardaí investigating alleged rape of woman in Dublin city
The woman is believed to have been socialising in a hotel in the city centre.
Dublin council has 'serious concerns' about plans for the Setanta Centre
The beef baron applied to demolish and redevelop the complex last month.
'Vague and poorly written': Galway buskers are irate at council plans for new restrictions
Galway City Council has opened a public consultation for people to have their say on proposed new bye-laws.
Poll: Is it finally time that Dublin went high-rise?
Is it time for the Irish capital to finally bite the bullet and embrace high-rise structures?
Convicted killer who threatened to burn down charity worker's home avoids jail
The man pleaded guilty to making a threat to another man to damage his house, intending him to believe it would be carried out.
Casualty hospitalised after Liffey rescue at O'Connell Bridge
The incident at O’Connell Bridge was reported just after 4.40pm this afternoon.
US sailor arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting woman in Dublin hotel
Gardaí arrested the man, aged in his 30s, yesterday morning.
Top US architects are re-imagining Dublin One to make it 'a vibrant destination'
And they want the public’s input.
Taxi driver convicted of sexual assault on young woman after collecting her from Dublin pub
Augustin Ion’s claims that she wouldn’t pay a fare were rejected as a ’tissue of lies’.
What would you use the pedestrianised College Green plaza for?
Dublin City Council wants to know.
Travel around Dublin city centre? More traffic changes for Luas works
The right turn from O’Connell Street to Cathal Brugha Street will close permanently.
Man falls to death in Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
The incident occurred at about 4.35pm today.
Man stabbed in Dublin city centre this evening
The man’s injuries have been described as serious.
Missing man Paul Morrissey found safe and well
The 51-year-old had been missing since Thursday.
Driving in Dublin city this weekend? There are some major route changes
There are changes in the north and south city centre – this weekend and next.
Dublin city centre squatters given two weeks to leave former guesthouse
Lawyers acting on behalf of the property’s owners sought the injunction on the grounds it is an extremely dangerous and unsafe condition.
Homeless man found dead off Dublin's Dawson Street named
Dublin Simon has warned that more homeless people could die as winter sets in.
Is Dublin really a kip?
Joe Duffy needs to get out more in Dublin if he thinks it’s a kip, writes Aaron McKenna.
Two women arrested over fatal Temple Bar assault
One has been released without charge.
Missing man found safe and well after week-long search
The 34-year-old went missing last Tuesday.
Retailers fear Dublin traffic restrictions will force shoppers to out-of-town centres
The Irish Parking Association said the restrictions could result in a 24% fall off in shopping and entertainment revenue.
Poll: Would you feel safe walking in Dublin at night?
There have been calls to make the capital’s streets safer.
HSE investigating rise in HIV amongst injecting drug users in Dublin
There have been 15 cases confirmed from June 2014 to June 2015.
Street brawl breaks out in Galway city
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to contact them.
Calls for Eircom to remove phone boxes being used by drug users and damaging nearby businesses
Eircom says some of the phones are being used by people to contact homeless services.
Main route closed in Dublin city centre as Gardaí respond to person on roof
The person was brought safely from the building at around 1.30pm and is receiving the appropriate attention.
Shoppers watch as two men are arrested on city street for drugs offences
A small amount of drugs was recovered by gardaí