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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

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# Dublin City
Accused tried to urinate on his hands before firearms residue testing, court hears
Seán Ducque is charged with murdering Kieran Farrelly in Dublin city in 2014.
# dublinbike rival
Council says new 'stationless bike' company does not have permission to operate in Dublin
The Council said it understands that the stationless bike sharing app BleeperBike intends to launch its service this weekend.
# Dublin City
Councillors vote to name street in honour of Savita Halappanavar but it's unlikely to go ahead soon
Current Dublin City Council rules prevent a street being renamed until 20 years after a person’s death.
# No Cars Go
'A lot of people will not get on bikes because they think it's dangerous. We need segregated routes'
Radical plans to close off traffic for cars on some routes in Dublin would not only be beneficial for bike users, according to a cycling group.
# Internet of Things
Smart rainfall sensors are being used in Dublin city to give an early-warning defence from flooding
The low-cost sensors are being deployed across the capital to monitor rainfall, weather conditions and river levels.
# Dublin
Concern that too many taxis could 'clutter' the new College Green civic plaza
Taxis are to be allowed drive on the bus and tram corridor at the planned College Green.
# the exo
Take a look at what will be Dublin's tallest office building
Its construction will take about two years at a cost of €70 million.
# homeless in dublin
'My life is being ruined': Young homeless woman living in a tent on the Grand Canal
Eileena said she has been homeless “on and off” since she left state care at the age of 18.
# student accommodation boom
'Stugentrification': People are concerned about the thousands of student apartments being built in Dublin city
There is a boom of purpose-built student accommodation in Dublin city centre.
# streaker alert
The RTÉ presenters' reaction to a lad in his boxers joining the Paddy's Day parade was priceless
“Ah yeah, fair play.”
# Dublin City
Man who threatened women with knife and robbed handbags jailed for six years
He told gardaí one victim was in the “wrong place at the wrong time”.
# city centre
Top US architects are re-imagining Dublin One to make it 'a vibrant destination'
And they want the public’s input.
# lincoln place
Second hit and run in 24 hours as woman critical after being hit by coach luggage door in Dublin
Two men were taken to St Vincent’s University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
# smart bins
How this Dublin suburb managed to become the cleanest area in Ireland
Well over half of its area is completely unpolluted by litter, well ahead of its nearest competitors.
# homeless at christmas
Over 2,500 children are homeless this Christmas - here's what's being done to help
Campaigners have told how the deepening crisis “breaks their hearts” as they try to help those in need this Christmas.
# Redevelopment
A new 'compact luxury hotel' could be squeezed into the old Andrew's Lane Theatre site
Planning permission has been submitted for the 155 bedroom hotel.
# Sunrise
The sunrise over Dublin this morning was absolutely stunning
In Dublin’s fair city.
# Dublin City Crime Forum
"A lot of people here would know people selling drugs... but if they say anything they'll get a bullet in the back of the head"
Members of the public and gardaí gathered last night to discuss crime in the capital.
# Assault
Gardaí investigating after four tourists attacked by gang in Dublin city
One of the victims received a serious eye injury as a result of the attack.
# Rubbish
Dublin city facing 40% rise in illegal dumping this year
There have already been more than 600 reported cases of fly-tipping in 2016.
# Wicklow
Missing teenager found safe and well
A missing person appeal was issued yesterday.
# weekend warning
Everything you need to know about those major traffic changes in Dublin
The quays will be closed as the latest major phase of Luas works takes place.
# Crumlin
Man (20s) stabbed to death in Dublin
The incident occurred this afternoon.
# john's lane west
Gardaí arrive as residents protest closure of homeless hostel
John’s Lane hostel is scheduled to be redeveloped into more long term accommodation.
Man arrested after stabbing in Dublin city centre
Another man was taken to the Mater Hospital following the incident with what are believed to be stab wounds.
# sponsored by Luas
8 of the best things to do in Dublin in summer time
From hikes to ice-cream in the park, there’s loads to do.
# beds beds beds
A blossoming market will see Dublin city centre getting a new €34m hotel
The Dalata Hotel group is continuing to splash the cash.
# Dublin
Former residents occupy homeless hostel in protest over its closure
Gardaí are currently inside the hostel speaking with the protesters – who say that they plan to occupy the building overnight.
# Dublin City
'Major concern' as two men die of suspected overdoses within days of each other
It’s understood the body of one man lay undiscovered for several days.
# Dublin City
'It just caught fire and then boom': Driver tells of escape moments before car explodes
It happened close to the Cineworld cinema on Parnell Street.
# mountjoy street
Homeless families told that they have to leave accommodation by the end of the month
Dublin City Council says that the families will be housed in alternative accommodation.
# can be heaven
26 views to make you dream of Dublin
Lonely Planet is telling people to come to Dublin. And here’s why…
# dublin tourism
Tales of people 'having sex on the boardwalk' at odds with glossy new tourism video
The tourists were said to be “stunned” by the scene they encountered close to O’Connell Bridge.
# Dublin City
The spend on emergency accommodation has already hit €4.5m for 2015
Dublin City Council’s spend in 2012 was just €455k.
# sound out
12 little reasons why Dubliners are seriously sound
What a bunch.
# changed utterly
Incredible photographs show devastating impact of the Rising
Trinity College Dublin is giving the public a glimpse at rare photographs and items from the 1916 Rising.
# Assault
Councillor attacked by man who said he "smirked" at him
Noel Rock was attacked in Dublin city.
# cool running
These lads used Dublin as a jungle gym, got caught by the Gardaí, and filmed it all
# Reality check
This map shows how Dublin is a city divided
A report commissioned by the council shows where the bulk of the wealth is – and the deprivation.
# Art Attack
Cleaning graffiti in Dublin has cost over €1.2 million since 2010
That’s a lot of scribbles.