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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

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Taoiseach 'horrified' by burning of refugee tents as ministers to meet gardaí over protests
Migrant groups have expressed grave concern for the safety of asylum seekers sleeping rough.
A makeshift camp for migrants on Dublin's Sandwith Street was torched on Friday night amid demonstrations.
Integration Minister Roderic O'Gorman said people have the right to protest but not to 'intimidate'.
The Green Party TD said 180 beds will become available to be offered to migrants in the coming days.
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Man and woman appear in court accused of perverting course of justice in fatal Dublin shooting investigation
Wayne Whelan was shot in the head before the car he was in was torched in Dublin on 18 November.
Skeletal human remains found at south Dublin site
The remains were found in the grounds of a residential development in Rathmines.
Could one of these six homes be the answer to the homeless crisis?
The four Dublin local authorities have opened a demonstration of modular housing.
20-year-old motorcyclist killed in crash along Dublin canal
It is understood the man was driving along the path beside the canal at the time.
Heading to the Web Summit tomorrow? Here's how to prepare
If you’re heading to the Web Summit and haven’t put any plans together yet, here’s what to keep in mind.
Temple Bar residents: "We're not anti-busker but bands are now in a nuclear arms race"
“Twelve years ago, it was bongos, now it’s generators and drum kits.”
Martin O'Neill's Ireland to face Oman in Dublin this September
The Paul Le Guen-coached side are currently ranked 82nd in the world.
Changes to 'ease problems' with Dublin rubbish kick in on Monday
The changes mean that rubbish will be collected by all companies on specific days in certain areas.
500 doors knocked on as Dublin litter crackdown targets landlords
The council can bring landlords to court if they’re found to not be complying with litter laws.
RSA urges football fans to "arrive alive"
With over 80,000 people set to descend on Croke Park, the RSA wants fans to arrive alive.
Dublin rents continue to rise, rental properties fall -
The latest rent report shows that the average rent nationwide is now €820, which is 0.8 per cent higher than a year previously.