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Wednesday 27 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Dublin city centre

Last month
August 2023
Man and woman arrested as Gardaí seize €810,000 worth of drugs in West Dublin
Gardaí from the Dublin Crime Response Team seized 8kg of cocaine and 4kg of MDMA.
McEntee: Extra gardaí in Dublin will not involve 'people with tasers on the side of the street'
An Garda Síochána yesterday announced that specialist units will be deployed in the centre of the capital on an overtime basis.
Man hospitalised for serious injuries after assault in Dublin city centre
The man’s injured are believed to be serious but non-life threatening.
July 2023
Weekly reviews of areas 'prone to anti-social behaviour' to take place under new crime action plan
The Garda Air Support Unit and the Garda Mounted Unit will be deployed to Dublin City Centre to enhance Garda visibility.
'You just don't feel safe': Delivery riders protest in Dublin over violence and bike thefts
The protest got underway at 4pm today.
US Embassy warns tourists to 'keep a low profile' in Dublin following spate of assaults
The US Embassy in Ireland issued the warning after a US tourist was last week assaulted on Dublin’s Talbot Street.
Top Dublin garda admits number of gardaí is below 'numbers we would want to have'
Policing in the city centre has come under scrutiny following a violent assault on a US tourist last Wednesday.
American tourist left with serious injuries after attack by gang in Dublin city
Gardaí said a number of people reportedly attacked the man on Talbot Street at around 10.40pm last night.
This year
Two men arrested in relation to serious attack which left a man in a 'critical' condition
The two men have since been charged and are due to appear before court at a later date.
Man who randomly punched three people in Dublin city centre sentenced to four years in prison
One of the victims was hospitalised with a broken nose.
Last year
Man convicted of lewd act in M&S public toilet
Gardaí had set up a surveillance operation following reports that men had been using the toilets for public masturbation.
Core BusConnects route linking Lucan to Dublin city centre enters planning phase
The route is part of a scheme to transform Dublin City’s public transport system.
Gardai appeal for witnesses to assault that hospitalised man for two weeks
The man has remained in the Mater Hospital in a serious condition since the 7 October assault
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
Former Central Bank site reopens after four-year redevelopment
Krispy Kreme was the first business to open its doors at the plaza today.
Capel Street set to be pedestrianised from next month
The street will be blocked off by bollards, but delivery vehicles will be able to access the street between 6am and 11am.
Tánaiste 'shocked and appalled' over suspected homophobic attack on young man in Dublin
A man in his 20s was attacked on Dame Street, gardaí said.
Mary Lou McDonald lodges appeal over green light for O'Connell and Moore Street redevelopment
A decision is due on the appeals by An Bord Pleanala in June.
All time
Gardaí restrict access to Dublin streets and arrest 10 people for public order incidents
Gardaí say they came under fire on South Anne Street and Temple Bar.
Gardaí maintain visible presence in Dublin city centre after public order incidents
Members of the public order unit have conducted patrols in the area all day today.
Gardaí arrested 14 people, including five juveniles, as violence broke out on the street.
Reports from sources that gardaí were attacked with glass bottles has been confirmed by gardaí.
One garda was treated in hospital for a leg injury.
Several people arrested amid public order incidents in Dublin city
Gardaí said they are currently dealing with large crowds in the south of the city centre.
Minister tells councils to put more bins in areas where people are gathering
Yesterday saw gardaí clear large numbers of people from St Stephen’s Green as crowds gathered for a second night in a row in Dublin city centre.
The Globe bar planned to be turned into retail outlet as An Bord Pleanála approves Central Hotel revamp
The Rí-Rá nightclub space is to become a ‘speak-easy’ under the approved plans.
CMO Tony Holohan 'absolutely shocked' at Dublin city centre gathering
Gardaí have confirmed that they deployed the Public Order Unit to the area and made four arrests.
Tony Holohan tweeted that he saw huge crowds on South William Street and surrounding areas when driving into Dublin yesterday evening.
One hospitalised following clash involving 'large number of youths' on Dublin bridge
Two large groups of youths charged at each other from opposite sides of the bridge.
Crowds gather for vigil in memory of delivery cyclist killed in Dublin hit-and-run
“He didn’t deserve any of this,” a friend colleague of Thiago Cortes said.
Developer scraps plans for 20-bed apartment block in favour of 111-bed co-living development
The company also addressed concerns around meeting Covid-19 public health guidelines in co-living buildings.
Government rejected council's request for €6.6m to fund white-water rafting project in Dublin City
More than half of the €22.8m funding for the project was expected to come from grants.
Farmers bring traffic to a standstill as protest reaches Dublin Port
Dozens of tractors returned to blockade streets around Leinster House yesterday.
Farmers warn of further 'civil disobedience' as dozens of tractors shut down busy Dublin streets
It follows a similar protest in November when dozens of farmers also arrived on tractors.
'Mini Stonehenge': Utility boxes used to develop Luas don't need planning permission
The Dublin Civic Trust described the emergence of the boxes as “appalling.”
Dublin City Council seizes 57 sandwich boards from businesses in first week of crackdown
So far six of those businesses have paid the €100 removal fee.
Dublin City Council votes to pedestrianise Lower Liffey Street
It’s estimated that 32,000 pedestrians use the street every day compared with 1,000 cars.
Property owners refused permission to change Dublin city apartments into Airbnb-style lettings
An Bord Pleanála said granting permission would be contrary to the City Development Plan.
'Government policy is failing': Thousands gather in Dublin to protest against housing crisis
Figures show that more than 10,000 people are currently registered as homeless in Ireland.
Cyclists protest outside Dáil to highlight 'need for better infrastructure'
Around 100 bikers took part in the demonstration.
Dublin's Macken Street reopens after earlier incident
The street was closed earlier.
'It's really heartbreaking': Dublin apartment owners vow to fight demolition of their homes for Metrolink
70 city centre apartments are set to be acquired as part of the plans.
Dublin teenager who broke man's front teeth 'to show his friends he was tough' jailed for 18 months
Clayton Brennan assaulted the man in Dublin city centre in April 2016.
Missing teenager found safe and well
Gardaí thanked the public for their assistance.