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# Dublin City

Last month
March 2024
O'Gorman denies asylum seekers were moved from Mount Street because of St Patrick's Day
Homeless man who died in tent was living on streets to protect grandmother from Covid-19, inquest hears
H&M will open its new store at Clerys Quarter in Dublin City on Friday
This year
2024
Man hospitalised following assault on Liffey Street early this morning
Michael Pidgeon: Dublin's new city centre transport plan is not a 'ban on cars'
Michael Pidgeon
Debunked: Man arrested in Dublin City Centre was holding a toy gun, not a real firearm
'Five of us are in a two bed flat full of mould': Oliver Bond residents speak out
Gayle Cullen said that residents are literally “sick waiting”, as their flats are difficult to keep warm.
Man dies in explosion at homeless hostel in Dublin
The Defence Forces’ bomb disposal team were called to the site near Capel Street.
No other injuries were reported, a spokesperson for gardaí said.
An explosion took place inside the hostel on Little Britain Street in Dublin 1, after 3.30pm this afternoon.
Explosive experts were called to the scene earlier this evening.
Man (20s) in serious condition and house ransacked after Coolock aggravated robbery
Ivana Bacik appeals six storey hotel in Dublin due to housing and 'drinking emporia' fears
Councillor clarifies claim about now-closed alleyway being used during Dublin riots
Gardaí confirm they have identified man sleeping rough who was found dead in Dublin this week
Dept confirms death of man sleeping rough in Dublin, offers condolences to family
'Unsafe' laneway in Dublin City closed due to anti-social behaviour
Last year
2023
Teen avoids sentence for attack on Chinese man in Dublin in front of his daughter
Local councillor: Dublin's inner city needs hard work, not political games
Janet Horner
Dublin City has twinned with Ramallah in Palestine
Palestinian flag to be flown over Dublin city hall from tomorrow for seven days
Deliveroo driver who stopped Parnell Street attacker offers to assist victim 'in any way he can'
'Lines were crossed': Sinn Féin maintains pressure on McEntee, as Green TD indicates no confidence
Man hospitalised after stabbing incident on Talbot Street last night
GoFundMe for Deliveroo driver who stopped Parnell Street attacker raises over €100k in seven hours
HSE issues warning after cluster of heroin overdoses in Dublin city today
'This is a matter of basic health': Will Dublin City get congestion charges any time soon?
Luas services return after Gardaí find 'nothing of concern' in security alert investigation
Iveagh Markets 'urgent' repair work not set to begin until late 2024
Housing Minister condemns assault of woman in Dublin homeless hostel by staff member
National commercial building vacancy rate hits record high of 14.1%
Migrant rights group awaiting response from Justice Minister on ‘immigration checks’ concern
Dublin's College Green set to be pedestrianised for 24 hours for American football event
Debunked: A public killing and attempted abductions latest in baseless claims against migrants
Dublin families face homelessness after no-fault eviction notices from €6bn real estate group
Dublin primary schools finding it incredibly difficult to recruit teachers for September
Over 500 arrests made by gardaí in Dublin last week
US tourist attacked in Dublin robbery after woman befriended him to distract him, court told
Justice Minister says Dublin City is safe but that 'things are not perfect'
Greta Thunberg and Duncan Stewart awarded with Freedom of Dublin
Greta Thunberg and Duncan Stewart due to receive Freedom of Dublin next week
'Staff have been attacked, spat at': Dublin city businesses on impact of anti-social behaviour
Environmentalist Duncan Stewart to be nominated for Freedom of Dublin