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# Dún Laoghaire

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Dún Laoghaire residents threatened with eviction have won a key battle against vulture funds
Tenants at St Helen’s Court were afraid their rents would be hiked in the move.
Teenager (15) who allegedly stabbed woman he met on social media app refused bail for fourth time
A garda testified that he feared the teen would be “likely to commit murder if released”.
Gardaí fear burglary gangs will have 'free rein' in south Dublin after extra patrols stop
Operation Imeacht was stopped last month.
Schoolboy accused of assaulting woman in Dun Laoghaire to face further charges
The 15-year-old has already been charged with assaulting the 25-year-old woman on 23 December.
Teenager in court over serious assault of woman (20s) in Dun Laoghaire
The woman suffered serious neck and arm injuries in the assault.
Juvenile arrested over serious assault of woman (20s) in Dun Laoghaire
The woman suffered serious neck and arm injuries in the assault.
Doing a Christmas Day swim this year? We talked to an Irish international ice swimmer for some advice
Locals at the Forty Foot in Sandycove also weighed in with tips for braving the icy waters.
Woman in her 20s seriously injured after Dun Laoghaire assault
It is understood that the incident occurred near the old baths on the Queen’s Road just after 3pm today.
A law graduate scalded on a Ryanair flight has been awarded €10,000
The UCD student was awarded the damages two hours before his graduation.
Group of 15 junior sailors rescued from wrath of Storm Brian in Dun Laoghaire harbour
It’s understood the youngsters were having a sailing lesson when the storm took a hold.
No normal Dart service until tomorrow morning after 'low speed derailment' at Dun Laoghaire
There are currently no services between Lansdowne Road and Dun Laoghaire.
Swimmers 'terrified' as jet skis speed around them in Dun Laoghaire
The Coast Guard said that it received a number of calls about the vehicles at Seapoint yesterday evening.
'People realise it could be them': 4,400 sign petition to stop Dun Laoghaire eviction
The residents have written to Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy about the issue.
Calls for Minister to intervene as residents of entire apartment block weeks away from being evicted
The complex in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, is due to be refurbished.
Man in his 80s struck by bus in Dun Laoghaire
The incident occurred on Marine Road at 12.20pm.
Gardaí thank public after missing boy is found safe and well
Richard Roche went missing for a few hours this afternoon.
Coast Guard issues safety warning about Dalkey Island
People on jet skis or boats have been urged to be cautious as swimmers “are virtually invisible to see until it’s too late”.
Body recovered after car enters water at Dun Laoghaire harbour
The alarm was raised at 5.30am this morning.
RNLI rescues two people without life jackets from submerged jet ski
The Dún Laoghaire Harbour Police alerted the Irish Coast Guard to the sinking jet ski in the harbour.
Forty Foot swimmers raise alarm after jet skis and powerboats cause havoc
The seafarers ventured into an area especially designated for swimmers.
Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project
Ires Reit had hoped to build more than 460 apartments at the partially developed Rockbrook site.
Gardaí ask for information on Vietnamese student last seen in Dublin
Nineteen-year-old Thi Hong Nguyen is described as being 5 foot 1′ in height, slight build with long black hair.
Vandals slash boats and steal engines used by childrens' sailing clubs in Dublin
The destruction was discovered yesterday morning.
Third lane needed on N11 or Wicklow and Dún Laoghaire Rathdown will begin to suffer, report finds
Any delay in road network improvements will ‘constrain growth’ and hinder productivity, finds Transport Infrastructure Ireland.
Transplant patient was homeless and living in his car on Killiney Hill before being hospitalised
James* says he has been homeless since he returned to Dublin from England last year.
Man who's sold newspapers in Dun Laoghaire for 40 years wins fight to keep doing so
The owners of the shopping centre wanted to ban George Davis’ stall.
Man accused of killing Leo Carolan has been accused of the attempted murder of another man
Ludovic Thomas was rushed to hospital with serious knife wounds on the day Carolan was killed.
Ireland's first legit drone drop landed on a boat at the weekend
The drone delivered medical supplies and food to the boat in Dun Laoghaire.
New appeal into murder of man whose partial remains were found in skip two years ago
Over 600 lines of investigation have been carried out to establish how, where, when and why Mark Burke died.
Dún Laoghaire seafront group begins High Court challenge to cruise ship plan
The court heard that it was anticipated that a cruise ship would call every second day from April to September.
'A fitting tribute': Coastguards called to rescue operation at ceremony to remember people lost at sea
Caitríona Lucas, the Coast Guard volunteer who died in September, is among those being remembered.
Man who stabbed mother to death with kitchen knife found not guilty by reason of insanity
32-year-old Fionn Braidwood stabbed his mother to death at the family home in Dublin in January 2015.
People have fallen in love with this Dun Laoghaire newsagent on Humans of Dublin
Ever darkened the door of Dun Leary’s Last Corner Shop?
People have fallen in love with this Dun Laoghaire newsagent on Humans of Dublin
A local legend <3
Man accused of stabbing mother to death was 'unable to refrain from his actions'
Fionn Braidwood is charged with murdering his mother Jane Braidwood on 20 January 2015.
Dun Laoghaire's Christmas lights are not shaped like penises, despite the rumours
Cruise ships like this may be docking in Dún Laoghaire after massive harbour plan gets go-ahead
The company wanted a bigger harbour than what An Bord Pleanála allowed.
Two men die in separate crashes in Leinster
The two incidents took place in different counties this morning.
It's bonanza time for ice cream sellers, but can they make up for a wet June?
A wet and cold few weeks means most shops are playing catch-up.
These amazing images will be on display in Dublin this week
A prestigious international exhibition is coming to town.