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Wednesday 1 February 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Clonshaugh

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2022
# Clonshaugh
Amazon secures planning permission for two new data centres in north Dublin
The US multinational has estimated that between 15 and 58 staff will work at the site while up to 400 will be employed during construction.
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# Clonshaugh
Major wastewater treatment plant gets go ahead in north Dublin despite local opposition
Opponents to the plant have said they are ready to initiate a judicial review in the High Court.
# Clonshaugh
North Dublin locals protest over Irish Water's plans for wastewater treatment plant
Irish Water has sought to press ahead with a new wastewater treatment facility in Clonshaugh.
# Clonshaugh
Bomb squad called in after 'suspect device' thrown at home in north Dublin suburb
Homes have been evacuated in the area, and the gardaí have requested the Defence Forces attend the scene.
# kinahan
James Gately rejected garda protection just weeks before he was shot four times
Gardaí are investigating if Gately was lured to meet someone he knew.
# Bomb Blast
Gardaí investigating after pipe bomb explodes in Dublin housing estate
The device went off at around 10pm in front of a house.
# Leaders' Questions
Phil Hogan 'has no role' in trying to stop €500m sewage plant
Enda Kenny says the decision to build a €500m sewage treatment plant in Clonshaugh lies with the local authorities.
# Sewage
Power: Plans for 'monster' sewage plant are "outrageous"
It has been announced that the preferred site for the plant is Clonshaugh in north Dublin.
# Sewage
Residents vow to step up campaign against 'monster' sewage plant
The location of a proposed all-Dublin sewage works has now been narrowed down to three sites.
# IED
Bomb unit called out to viable IED in north Dublin
In a separate incident, an Army team also carried out a controlled explosion at St Mary’s Hospital in the Phoenix Park.
# Water
Water supply disruptions in 40,000 Dublin homes
Disruptions in the water supply at homes across Dublin began at 6am this morning and will continue until midnight on Sunday due to essential works.