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# Dublin

4th February 2023
# sport ireland campus
Planning permission granted for Ireland's first indoor velodrome
The facility will include 12 badminton courts and the new headquarters for Cycling Ireland and Badminton Ireland.
Last week
29th January 2023 - 4th February 2023
# Down memory lane
Pillar v Mickey Ned - the last Dublin-Limerick football league meeting
Dublin face Limerick for the first time since 2007 at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
# Dublin heritage
Work to begin on preserving Iveagh Markets roof after years-long wait
The once-lively indoor marketplace in Dublin 8 has been left vacant.
# Court
Man with over 150 previous convictions sentenced to three years for burglary
Stephen Maher pleaded guilty to theft at an office at Point Square in Dublin 1.
# Dublin
Man arrested after attempted vehicle theft at The George nightclub
A man in his late teens was arrested and enquiries are ongoing.
# Courts
Second man admits facilitating gang in murder of Thomas McCarthy
Charles McClean (32), of St Mark’s Drive, Clondalkin was arraigned before the Central Criminal Court this morning.
# Courts
Man jailed for 'merciless' attack on a man in Phoenix Park
Footage showed the attackers laughing and the victim could be seen bleeding heavily from his head.
# rawlton house
Investigation underway into possible arson attack at building in inner city Dublin
Gardaí have stated that no one was injured in the fire.
# Stephen's Green
Demolition of Dublin's Stephen Court approved to make way for new office building
The new development is expected to be 7 storeys tall and will feature a publicly accessible courtyard, similar to the one currently at the site.
# Courts
Gun enthusiast found with 'ammunition factory' of bullet heads, cartridges and gunpowder
Gavin Blanchfield was given a six-year suspended sentence today.
# Santry
Man hospitalised with serious injuries following apparent stabbing incident in Dublin
Shortly after 8:15pm last night, gardaí and emergency services attended at Shanliss Way, Santry, following reports of an assault.
# Transfer Talk
Mayo goalkeeper Hennelly set to move at club level to join Dublin's Raheny
The Mayo number one is transferring from his native Breaffy.
Last month
January 2023
Farrell names strong Dublin team for National League opener
Dublin host Kildare at Croke Park at 5pm Saturday, with the game live on TG4.
# accommodation crisis
Asylum seekers sleeping rough on the streets of Dublin: 'I don't know what's next'
55 asylum seekers have been left without anywhere to stay in recent days.
# Parnell Square Project
Design team appointed for Dublin's Parnell Square Project but first phase won't be completed until 2027
The project includes a new Dublin City Library, as well as redesign works to the Hugh Lane Gallery and a number of Georgian houses.
# Clampdown
Clarendon Steet remains Dublin's worst blackspot for illegal parking
Clamping rates in the capital rose by 10% last year.
# Dublin City
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.
# club call
Glen to object to All-Ireland final outcome over extra Kilmacud players
The game in Croke Park came under scrutiny as the Dublin side had 17 players on the pitch.
# Dublin
Man arrested in Dublin after alleged city centre robbery and attempted hijacking in Blackrock
He is due in court tomorrow.
# camhs
Parent's frustration as boy lingers for over a year without mental health assessment 
Figures show admittance rates differing widely for CAMHS teams, ranging between 80% and 30% of children getting accepted.
A parent in Dublin told reporter Eoghan Dalton of the struggle to see her son be accepted for treatment in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
A damning report by the Mental Health Commission has noted how acceptance rates 'vary widely' depending on the region where a family is situated
"Deep frustration" has also been expressed by GPs at the "high level" of their vulnerable patients being declined by CAMHS
# reflections
'New kids on the block' shine as Dublin get one up on Meath in early fare
Elsewhere in Division 1, Kerry inflicted ‘daylight robbery’ on Waterford, and there were wins for Galway and Cork.
# Tune in
7 GAA matches live on TV next weekend as Allianz football league begins
Plenty for GAA fans to get stuck into.
# Reaction
Malachy O'Rourke on Kilmacud extra players: 'I just think we'll accept we got beat on the day'
The Derry champions lost out by two points in Croke Park.
# Crokes Champs
Kilmacud make amends to hold on against Glen and claim All-Ireland glory
The Dublin champions ran out two-point victors.
# Dublin
Large amount of stock taken in burglary at Skechers on Grafton Street this morning
The burglary took place at approximately 9:15am this morning.
Carla Rowe the scoring star as Dublin win league opener against Meath
Six points separated the teams at the final whistle.
# Refugees
Pro-refugee demonstrations take place across Dublin
The demonstrations come after months of protests against refugees and migrants.
# Dublin
Man arrested following armed robbery in Dublin
The man is currently being detained.
# the spire
20 years on, does anybody actually like The Spire? As it turns out, yes
Wait. Is The Spire good?
# Samy Taib
Man who ran over former partner's leg with his car is jailed for four years
Samy Taib also pleaded guilty to a separate incident which involved a 20-minute high speed chase with gardaí.
# anti-corruption
Garda detective arrested on suspicion of passing information to criminal group
A garda spokesperson said that the detective, based in the Dublin area, was arrested earlier this week and questioned.
# Dublin
Calls for industrial buildings to be 'utilised' in response to impending Citywest closure
An advisor to the Irish Red Cross said industrial buildings should be utilised until ‘something more sustainable appears’.
# Drimnagh
Man recently released from prison for attack on garda arrested following house party stabbing
The man was released from custody in August of 2022.
# The Coombe
Gardaí appeal for witnesses following armed robbery at a credit union in Dublin
The robbery occurred shortly after 4pm on Monday.
# Cabinteely
Man in his 80s dies following single-vehicle collision in south Dublin
The collision occurred at around 10.20am yesterday on the Old Bray Road in Cabinteely, Co. Dublin.
# solidarity rally
Several hundred people attend 'Northside For All' solidarity rally
A statement by Northside For All said that Dublin’s Northside prides itself on ‘being welcoming and caring’.
# Dublin
Man (20s) due in court in Dundrum over sale and supply of cannabis jellies
Gardaí arrested the man yesterday and have since charged him.
# Gardaí
Gardaí investigating after Hugo Boss shop on Grafton Street hit by burglars
Gardaí said they were probing criminal damage and burglary to the Dublin store.
# Tallaght
Gardaí renew appeal for information over fatal collision in Dublin last week
A 23-year-old man died after being struck by an SUV.
Opinion: Refurbished Clerys clock unveiled above a Dublin struggling to maintain its identity
The Clerys Archive is a reminder of Dublin’s strange balancing act.