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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

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Want to own the Central Bank's HQ on Dame Street?
You could soon (if you’re really, really rich).
5 properties to view… on Dublin's commuter belt
Here are the 5 best properties on Dublin’s commuter belt that you can view this weekend.
Garda numbers falling in every city centre station ... except in Dublin 4
Numbers fell everywhere but Donnybrook.
Video: Man attacked on main Dublin street with shoppers, tourists and children all around
It happened yesterday evening on Dublin’s Henry Street.
Dublin's drug situation hasn't gotten worse, it's just 'shifted to other areas'
The Director of the Ana Liffey Drug Project, Tony Duffin said a recent surge in hallucinogenic stimulants has also made addicts’ behaviour somewhat more challenging lately.
Serious collision in Dublin centre causing delays on the canal outbound
The incident involved a collision between a motorcyclist and a larger vehicle.
One arrest after alleged sexual assault in Waterford city centre
The man, aged in his twenties, remains in custody this morning.
Shooting at Dublin pub leaves two men injured
The incident occurred after 10pm last night.
City centre knife attack leaves man with face injuries
The incident occurred close to Trinity College in the early hours of this morning.
Mayhem in the Ilac Centre as new TK Maxx opens
Shop till you drop (clutching your bargain designer goodies).
Dublin firefighters march against ambulance service being moved to HSE
A protest against the ambulance service being transferred from Dublin Fire Brigade to the HSE took place in Dublin this evening.
This lost pooch is looking to get back home - is he your pet?
The dog is thought to be owned by an older person. He was found last weekend in Dublin.
300 taxi drivers protest in Dublin city over ads, parking and too many taxis
They said that they are concerned about the affects that the taxi regulations are having on their livelihood.
Garda treated for leg injuries after motorcycle rammed in Dublin
Two males were arrested and are being detained at Kevin Street Garda Station.
Man wounded in Dublin city centre assault
The assault occurred at the corner of Parnell St and Gardiner St.
Pictures: Crowds take to the streets for pro-choice march
The march, organised by the Abortion Rights Campaign, was held to call for free and safe legal abortion for women in Ireland — coinciding with a global ‘day of action’.
Major changes due for St Stephen's Green traffic
There will be a new right turn at Merrion Row and onto St Stephen’s Green West.
A sneak peek at Dublin’s inner city pop-up park
The park is being constructed entirely by volunteers, transforming a vacant site into a cultural playground.
Clerys lays off 86 staff 'for at least four weeks'
The iconic Dublin department store remains closed more than three weeks after a storm caused massive damage to the building.
PSNI officers ‘prevented mindless anarchy from spreading’ in Belfast riots
A total of 56 officers were injured in the rioting. Seven people have been arrested.
Gardaí investigate circumstances of Dublin city centre shooting
The victim – a man in his 30s – has survived a previous shooting incident.
Luas tram and car collide in minor incident
The incident occurred at the junction of Abbey St and Capel St in Dublin city centre.
Councillors vote NOT to ban charity shops on Grafton St
Fianna Fáil councillor Mary Fitzpatrick tabled a motion to remove the ban from a draft plan for the city centre street this evening.
Video shows scale of “unbearable” illegal rubbish dumping in Dublin
A local resident of the Summer St North area has created a video showing the mounds of illegally-dumped rubbish bags and discarded items in the north inner city area.
Column: A new pilot scheme could breathe life into cities with high unemployment
The ‘Living Cities’ scheme is all about urban regeneration and the aim is to revitalise retail in Waterford City – and Limerick – through a series of tax incentives, writes Ciara Conway TD.
Dublin: Collision on O'Connell St, traffic diverted
Gardaí and emergency services are currently on the scene.
Man killed in Dublin city centre crash
The pedestrian was struck by two cars on Parnell Square West during the night and died in the Mater Hospital.
Five units of fire brigade put out fire at Dublin city centre pub
The fire at the Karma Stone on Wexford Street was spotted in the early hours of the morning.
Armed robbery at Bank of Ireland on College Green
Two men escaped with an undisclosed sum of money in the raid on Bank of Ireland on College Green in Dublin city centre today.
Thousands attend rally in Dublin city centre
Gardaí said that between 10 – 12,000 people attended the rally, which was one of a number held around the country in the the wake of the death of Savita Halappanavar.
Delays to Luas Red Line after incident on the line
Dublin City Marathon gets under way in the capital
Over 14,000 people are competing in the event today with road closures and traffic restrictions in place.
Two people rescued from Liffey in Dublin city centre
The two were rescued from the water close to the Custom House on the north quays.
PHOTOS: Thousands march in Belfast for anniversary of Ulster Covenant
The parades have passed off peacefully so far, despite fears of violence breaking out along part of the route.
It had everything from 'a needle to an anchor': Shoppers remember Guiney and Co
There was nostalgia aplenty at 79-80 Talbot Street in Dublin’s city centre today as people reminisced about the shop that had everything.
So exactly WHICH Guineys is closing down?
There are three (count ‘em!) separate stores with the name Guineys on Dublin’s Talbot St – but which one is closing down?
Clerys taken over, saving 350 jobs - but Guineys is to close
Clerys was sold to an American private equity group last night, just hours after it was placed into receivership.
Man's body pulled from canal in Dublin city centre
Gardaí are investigating after the man was found this morning in the canal at Baggot Street Bridge.
9 things you (probably) didn't know about... Merrion Square
A new month-long festival aims to celebrate this historical part of the capital – but we’ve found out some things you may not have known about Merrion Square.