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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Dublin 4

This year
Investigations ongoing after vehicle crashes onto Baggot Street from first-floor car park
Two people were in the vehicle when it fell from the first floor car park, but no injuries were reported.
Last year
Cyclist in a critical condition following 'serious' road traffic collision in Dublin
The collision occurred yesterday at around on the South Bank Road, at the junction with the Whitebank Road, in Dublin 4.
Man's body discovered on grounds of RTÉ
Gardaí are currently at the scene.
All time
Gardaí respond after violent clashes ahead of FAI Cup final
Investigations are ongoing. There are no reports of any arrests.
Dublin nuns in planning battle to protect their right to 'worship in peace and safety'
Kerry man Derek Twiss is seeking planning permission to construct two apartments at Lansdowne Terrace.
'We will miss him': Tributes paid after body of 71-year-old man found at UCD campus
Gardaí were called to the UCD campus following the discovery of the body shortly after 12pm.
Bartra Capital secures planning permission for co-living scheme in Dublin 4
The firm has secured planning permission for the five-storey plan for 98 Merrion Road in spite of strong local opposition.
Man (60s) dies in workplace accident after falling from height at Dublin 4 building
The body of the deceased has since been removed to Dublin City Morgue.
Irish Water warns about potential smells from Ringsend treatment plant in the coming days
It’s a result of maintenance works at the site.
Trains delayed in Dublin as truck hits bridge near Aviva Stadium
The crash happened as the nearby Aviva Stadium was hosting a rugby international.
Garda with 15 years' experience pleads guilty to possession of €100 worth of cocaine
The garda was found with approximately 1.6 grammes of the drug in 2018.
Plan for 94 homes in Dublin 4 given go-ahead despite concerns over loss of trees and impact on house prices
The development has been the subject of dozens of complaints from local residents.
South Dublin locals have been tying ribbons to trees in protest at the BusConnects plan
Locals say some of the trees are over 120 years old. A protest walk is planned for tomorrow.
'Simply unacceptable': Plans for apartments on former Magdalene Laundry site under fire
The new plan is to comprise of 44 apartments in three three-four storey apartment blocks.
DPP file to be prepared after Gardaí arrest man (30s) in connection with Dublin 4 sexual assault
Gardai have also seized a car in connection with the investigation.
Appeal for witnesses after female allegedly sexually assaulted in Dublin
The incident is believed to have happened between 12.43am and 2.14am on Sunday morning.
A former landmark pub in Blackrock is set to become a Dunnes Stores
The sit of the Playwright pub has been vacant since 2011.
Gardaí appeal for public's help in locating missing Dublin teenager
Serxhio Budi is missing from Merrion Road, Dublin 4 since 4pm yesterday evening.
D4 locals launch bid to block €50 million Denis O'Brien-backed apartment block
O’Brien’s company Purleigh plans to build a 90-unit development in Donnybrook.
Teenager missing since 14 March found safe and well
Eraldo Gjoka (17) was last seen on Tuesday 14 March.
'Ambitious' plans for Dublin 4 could see the closure of the Merrion Gates railway crossing
Strand Road could be turned into a cul-de-sac.
A Dublin 4 hotel is being torn down to make room for "exclusive" apartments
The Clyde Court Hotel is no more.
11 of the most Dublin 4 things that have ever happened
This VERY swanky new building is coming to Dublin 4
The €170m office block is looking for tenants.
Celtic Tiger Elmpark campus on sale for €185 million
The development was the largest urban campus in Dublin before being taken in by Nama.
Woman awarded €33k after security guard 'massaged her buttocks'
The Equality Tribunal also found that she had been victimised by her employer in their handling of the complaint.
Three men arrested after car being pursued by gardaí crashes
The car crashed on Lotts Road in Dublin this afternoon.
This haunting installation - using 556 baby vests - had people talking in Dublin today
In case you were wondering, here’s what it was all about…
Heavy garda presence as water protesters march on RTÉ
A number of campaigners have accused the national broadcaster of bias against the protest movement in recent months.
Man arrested over violent carjacking in Dublin 4
A woman in her 50s was attacked and her car taken in the incident, which happened in Ballsbridge last week.
Gardaí investigating broad daylight car hijacking in Dublin
The car, a grey Ford Focus with the reg plate 03-D-55722 was driven off towards Merrion Road.
Solidarity protest at Ukrainian embassy against "repressive measures"
The Ballsbridge protest comes as opposition leaders vow to continue their action in Kiev — in spite of a compromise deal from the Government.
Landmark Montrose Hotel to be converted to 'high-spec' student housing
The relaunched ‘Montrose Student Residence’ — just across the N11 from UCD — will open its doors in September.
Two held over killing at Dublin senior citizen complex due in court
Both will appear in court tomorrow morning over the death of 63-year-old Thomas Horan in Ringsend.
Over 300 new jobs announced for Dublin
The Acorn marketing agency is to hire another 100 people, while new 218 positions are being backed by Dublin Business Innovation Centre-backed firms.
ESB says electricity restored after power cuts affect parts of south Dublin
ESB Networks has now restored power.
Gorgeous tilt shift rooftop view of Dublin Port
The video takes in the port and parts of Dublin 4.
Gardaí appeal for witnesses to Dublin 4 post office robbery
A man fled on a silver moped after stealing what gardaí call “a substantial amount of cash”.
TV3 boss: The Government needs to get RTÉ's tanks off our lawns
David McRedmond is calling for the proportion of money RTÉ gets from advertising to be cut as part of a sweeping reform of the market.
Dublin hotel evacuated as fire breaks out on sixth floor
There were a number of non-fire related injuries treated at the scene.