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# Dublin

May
May 2024
Poll: Have you visited The Portal in Dublin?
Teenager stabbed in incident at Jervis Street Luas stop in Dublin city centre
Eddie Hutch Jnr, a prominent member of the Hutch clan, has died after a long illness
Mayor calls on Govt to tackle immigration 'myths' as council launches info campaign
'Whether they're from Donegal or Senegal, it makes no difference': A night at the Lighthouse café
Hundreds of homeless people, from Ireland and further afield, visit the Dublin centre every day for food, clothes and friendship.
The centre provides a range of supports to homeless people and asylum seekers
"We need to remember it’s people who are actually inside the tents. These are human beings."
Cody the match winner as Kilkenny scrape past Dublin
Cody the match winner as Kilkenny scrape past Dublin
Two arrested as man stabbed this morning near O'Connell Street, Dublin
Three gardaí face trial accused of burglary and perverting the course of justice
Lansdowne Road Dart Station to close early ahead of Europa League final for security reasons
Traffic cordon to be in place from 3pm next Wednesday in Dublin ahead of Europa League final
Tánaiste on the Portal: 'Would we say some fella let the class down when we're roaring laughing?'
Man (20s) seriously injured after collision between e-scooter and car on Dublin's quays
In Pictures: Bohemians FC VS Palestine
Palestine have beaten Bohemians FC 2-1 in Dalymount Park in Dublin.
In Pictures: Bohemians FC VS Palestine
Palestine have beaten Bohemians FC 2-1 in Dalymount Park in Dublin.
Gardaí renew appeal for witnesses of fatal shooting in Drimnagh last week
Continued power outage stops some Luas green line services again, after short respite
Flashing, mooning and homegrown potatoes: The bad behaviour that (temporarily) shut The Portal
Teenager charged in connection with Dublin riots released on bail
'Stop talking about Jesus and dance': People at the portal want to connect, ideally with dogs
Transatlantic rock, paper, scissors didn’t quite pan out, sadly.
Teacher accused of historical abuse at Dublin school too ill to attend court
Dublin-New York livestream temporarily closed over ‘inappropriate behaviour’
Court rules that UK law on sending asylum seekers to Rwanda should be disapplied in Northern Ireland
Homeless man had granite dropped 28 feet onto his head during row with teens at Luas station
Returning Dublin stars boost All-Ireland champions' running game - and title defence
Mick Bohan’s side powered to Leinster glory yesterday.
Man arrested after woman is seriously injured in Dublin assault
Man charged with public order offences following incident at Grand Canal Square
Man (20s) dies after scrambler bike crash in Dublin 15
Member of Hutch family jailed for 21 months for attempting to rob €100
Man given suspended sentence for role in defrauding Trinity College hardship fund of over €460,000
Head of new Dublin taskforce rejects suggestions city is unsafe but says it 'could be better'
Musashi on Capel Street and celebrity chef restaurant among 21 food businesses issued with closure orders last month
DCC to seek legal advice on whether transport plan consultation complied with disability rights
Encampment in Trinity to conclude after students accept college's terms of divestment from Israel
Lowering the voting age to 16 'worth discussing' says Norma Foley
Asylum seekers expected to be moved from Citywest amid concerns over tents on Grand Canal
Three men arrested in relation to fatal Drimnagh shooting released without charge
Two men arrested after shipments of cannabis worth €3.7 million seized in Dublin and Wexford
Rise in hate crime nationally with Dublin accounting for 44% of race-related incidents
Gardaí appeal for information on electric motorbike linked to Drimnagh killing