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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Dublin 8

22nd September 2023
Garda sprayed with suspected ammonia in 'disgraceful' attack following pursuit of stolen car
A woman in her 30s has been arrested and is being detained in the city centre.
Last month
August 2023
Gardaí investigate footage of youths with bats striking man near Guinness Storehouse
Video footage of the incident shows a number of young people armed with a hurl and a golf club chasing a man.
This year
Michelin-star Dublin restaurant hit by fire at new premises
Gardaí confirmed that there were no injuries reported.
Remaining Tathony House residents to stay put pending RTB ruling on mass eviction
A report by
Mairead Maguire
There are 10 remaining households facing an eviction they say is illegal.
Plans lodged for new seven storey hotel on Dublin city's Camden Row
Plans have also been lodged for a 10 storey extension of the Clayton Hotel in Dublin 2.
Four arrests over shooting of Gary Carey in Kilmainham car park
Two men and two women are being held at various Garda stations across Dublin.
'We have no intention of leaving': Tathony House tenants facing eviction hold another rally
Remaining tenants include a lone parent and healthcare worker, as well as a man receiving ongoing treatment for cancer nearby.
Man to appear in court over assault with thrown brick in Dublin
Another man was taken to the Dublin Dental Hospital for treatment.
Suspect charged after woman attempts to bite gardaí and pulls garda's hair
She was due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice at 10.30am today.
Work to begin on preserving Iveagh Markets roof after years-long wait
The once-lively indoor marketplace in Dublin 8 has been left vacant.
Last year
Plans submitted for over 540 social and cost-rental homes on site of former St Teresa's Gardens, Dublin
The site is located off Donore Avenue in the Dolphin’s Barn area of Dublin 8.
Residents of Dublin's Tathony House hold Dáil protest over potential mass eviction
The Taoiseach was criticised for saying there was a need to find a balance in the Tathony House situation
Fire started in Weaver Park playground is a 'kick in the stomach' for local community
The fire was started yesterday evening and has damaged the wooden structures of the children’s play area
Gardaí appeal for assistance in finding man (52) missing from Dublin since September
Gerard James was last seen on Thursday, 22 September.
Parkgate House: Homeless activists protest after gardaí remove people from vacant property
Several men are to appear before the High Court over an alleged breach of a court order.
Have you seen Alexandria? Gardaí appeal for help in locating 32-year-old from Dublin
She has been missing from Dublin 8 since Wednesday.
Two hotels 'a mistake' for Guinness Quarter, say concerned Dublin TDs and councillors
Several local councillors and TDs have raised these concerns with observations submitted on the project.
Man missing from Dublin found safe and well
The man was last seen in the Dublin 8 area on Friday morning.
Two men seriously injured after car mounts footpath in Dublin 8
A third man was also struck by the car but did not require medical attention.
Man seriously injured following shooting in underground car park in Kilmainham
The shooting happened in the basement car park at around 11.30am this morning.
Locals near new National Children's Hospital site unhappy with reduced access to project leaders
Residents have described ongoing concerns about how the works are impacting their area.
Residents near the site of the new Children's Hospital have described ongoing concerns about how the works are impacting their area.
Issues have included noise pollution, reduced green space, and a High Court case claiming damage caused to homes, Lauren Boland reports.
Meanwhile, inside the site, a reward is still being offered for information about a series of arson attacks.
Inflation and Ukraine fallout pose fresh hurdles for children's hospital as structure takes shape
16-year-old boy missing from Dublin 8
Gardaí are asking for public’s assistance to find Callum Haverty.
Shop worker hospitalised following attempted robbery at Dublin store
The man suffered an apparent laceration during the incident this evening.
Owners of Dublin apartments have to pay €500k for fire safety repairs
The Metropolitan Apartments are in Kilmainham, Dublin 8.
Gardaí seize loaded shotgun and ammunition in drug trafficking investigation
A woman in her 40s and two men in their 30s and 40s were arrested.
Man due in court after taxi driver hospitalised after being assaulted in Dublin
The incident happened in the Mill Street area of Dublin 8 yesterday.
Man arrested after he pulled gun on taxi driver and assaulted him
The incident happened in the Mill Street area of Dublin 8.
All time
Dublin City Council's legal bid to remove street art murals to get full hearing next March
The murals, by artist collective Subset, were allegedly allowed by residents without permission of the city’s planning department.
Council boss hits out at 'disappointing' dissolution of Liberties-based Digital Hub
Chief Executive Owen Keegan said the decision to dissolve the Agency was taken “without any engagement” with its Board.
Gardaí investigating the murder of a man in his 70s at his home in Dublin 8
The man was aged in his 70s
Hines gets green light for apartments scheme at Player Wills factory in Dublin 8
The development includes four apartment blocks with one reaching 19 storeys in height.
Gardaí investigating after shots fired at house in Dublin
The incident happened on Margaret Kennedy Road yesterday.
Two men charged in relation to shooting of teenager in Dublin in February
The men are due to appear in court tomorrow.
Man missing from Dublin found safe and well
Gardaí thanked the public for their assistance.
Man (30s) due in court charged over shooting in Dublin
The incident happened in the Bluebell area of Dublin shortly after 1pm on Saturday.
Controlled explosion on grounds of St James' Hospital after 'explosive' chemical discovered
A section of the Luas Red Line was closed off near the scene for the duration of the operation.
'This is a bit of hope for locals': Guinness family intervention at Iveagh Markets could end long-running saga over its future
Dublin Civic Trust has described the Guinness family’s intervention as “the ultimate Christmas gift”.
Council confirms Lord Iveagh has repossessed historic Iveagh Markets in Dublin
Dublin City Council is considering the matter with its legal advisors.
Children’s Hospital contractor sought extra claims totalling 'in excess of €200 million', TDs told
The completion date for the project is also being pushed back further.
Gardaí seize over 2,400 fireworks at premises in Dublin
Over 2,400 fireworks worth approximately €1,800 were discovered and seized.