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# Dublin

Last month
June 2024
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?
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
Teenager charged with assault of US tourist broke bail conditions 14 times, court hears
Man arrested after allegedly carrying knife and acting in 'threatening' manner at Parnell Square
'If it's dull, dirty, or dangerous then a drone should do it'
The council plans to use drones for emergency operations, environmental protection and site surveillance.
DART service not running from Killester to Connolly due to power fault
Dublin knock 14-man Galway out of championship and advance to Leinster final
A huge win for Micheal Donoghue’s side in Salthill.
Late Dublin surge sees off Roscommon in front of tiny Croke Park crowd
An estimated crowd of just 12,000 saw Dublin gloss the scoreboard with a late 2-2 salvo.
'He could be the next Bertie!': Caio Benicio, Barry Andrews, and the Tánaiste hit the doors
“I am considering leaving the country to be honest, I am so unhappy with the way things are,” one woman said after speaking to the politicians.
European Parliament Election: Your Dublin Candidates
Two men arrested after €2.1 million worth of cannabis seized in Dublin
Garda to face trial charged with perverting the course of justice, burglary and false imprisonment
Man arrested after garda was hospitalised having been struck by a car in Castleknock this week
Man accused of new strangulation offence, rape and recording intimate images of woman in Dublin
Man arrested after suspected imitation gun is seized in Dublin
HSE issue measles exposure warning for passengers on London to Dublin flight
Garda raids seize criminal assets, including SUV, across more than 20 searches in Donegal and Dublin
Ex-Everton man the hero as Atalanta end Leverkusen's 51-game unbeaten run in Dublin
Longford claim Leinster minor football title with extra-time win over Dublin
Garda hospitalised after being struck by car in Castleknock attack
The young garda is said to be in shock, and has said he feels “blessed” to have not been run over.
Govt working to create more accommodation for asylum seekers as tents remain on Grand Canal