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# Dublin

16th June 2024
Gardaí charge 14 people in connection with drugs and money laundering investigation
Whatever way you look at it, the Dublin-Mayo rivalry covered up for years of poor football
As they prepare to meet at Dr Hyde Park with little on the line, Mayo and Dublin were the most exciting pairing of the last decade.
Council refuses permission for 'shiny plastic' Tipperary Crystal sign to remain on Henry Street
Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Increase of 579% in the numbers of adults in emergency accommodation for more than six months since 2014
One MEP, 3 TDs and 23 local councillors: Independent Ireland is now a sizeable party
Michael O'Leary claims return flights to Dublin could cost €1,000 at Christmas because of passenger cap
Henry Winkler (AKA 'The Fonz') praises Dublin Fire Brigade after fire breaks out in Shelbourne Hotel
Two teenagers sent for trial accused of attacking US tourist Stephen Termini
Poll: Should Dublin have a directly elected mayor?
Former Christian Brother jailed for one year for abusing two pupils more than 45 years ago
Race for fourth place as top Dublin EU candidates remain unchanged after the second count day
Gardaí launch murder investigation following death of a man in Finglas, Dublin yesterday
Woman allegedly raped by taxi driver tells court she woke up with him on top of her
A bad day for Sinn Féin in Mary Lou's backyard, as far right and government make gains
Man killed in fatal assault in Finglas area of Dublin overnight
This month
June 2024
Uncut blocks of heroin from €305k drug seizure found ‘under paddling pool and in toy room’
'Ordinary decent citizen' giving evidence in court subjected to 'psychic assault'
Man wielding a knife 'screamed' at Ukrainian family to 'move out' of Dublin home, court hears
Josip Štrok: Fourth man arrested in relation to murder of Croatian man in Clondalkin
Controlled explosions carried out after suspicious device found in north Dublin
Second man charged with murder of Tristan Sherry sent forward for Special Criminal Court trial
Taxi driver accused of rape claims sexual interaction was consensual
Cycle lane bollards were removed and dumped in a garden before fatal crash in Dublin
Old Central Bank headquarters to re-open today as flagship Irish location for WeWork
Man in his 20s seriously injured in assault in Dublin city yesterday afternoon
Dublin and Mayo set for the Hyde, Cork seniors in double-header as GAA reveal fixtures
Details have been announced for games on the weekend of 15-16 June.
Clonsilla: 'I don't want the next generation to only know this place for being housing estates'
The Journal spoke to local residents in Clonsilla in Dublin 15 last week to hear what their community needs.
Dublin archbishop to ask Pope to designate new cathedral and basilica in city centre
What are the key questions ahead of today's three All-Ireland football games?
Last month
May 2024
Three people arrested in connection to fatal assault in Dublin released without charge
ESB says permission was not granted for ‘dangerous’ Red Bull skydive at Poolbeg Chimneys
The Candidate: Everything you need to know about the EU elections Dublin constituency
Bin truck stolen from city and crashed into level crossing at Sutton during evening rush hour
Two women and a man arrested in connection to a fatal assault in Dublin in January
Rolex watches, jet-skis, vehicles and €218,000 in cash seized in CAB raids across five counties
Former Dublin footballer Diarmuid Connolly pleads guilty to 'unprovoked' New Year's Eve assault
Former Dublin footballer Diarmuid Connolly pleads guilty to 'unprovoked' New Year's Eve assault
Not Tonight: Vincent Browne ended an EU debate early because he wasn't happy with the answers
“What has this got to do with European politics?”
Trial of senior barrister accused of 2022 murder on Tallaght farm delayed until October
Inquiry launched into HSE's handling of patient data after records accessed by third parties