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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Dún Laoghaire

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Dún Laoghaire gets go-ahead for 'urban beach' and floating pool
Coming soon to South Dublin, via Berlin…
Human remains found at Dublin recycling centre identified as missing man
Mark Burke from Dun Laoghaire was identified using DNA.
Sailor with suspected spinal injuries rescued during yacht race
He was hit by a fallen mast in Dublin Bay.
It's fifteen years since Raonaid Murray was murdered, gardaí issue fresh appeal
The 17-year-old was found dead less than 500m from her home.
Tipp's Local Enterprise Office spent €4k on its opening event... Leitrim spent €30
Scones and brown bread were supplied to the event free of charge. Yum.
Microsoft has landed permission (at a price) for a giant new Leopardstown campus
Development fees of around €8 million levied on the multinational will help make up a property tax-related budget hole for the county council.
The fog is back, folks... But temperatures are set to soar again tomorrow
It’s set to hit 27 degrees tomorrow…. Almost puts you in mind of the great heatwave of 2013, doesn’t it? Ah, the memories.
Councillor removes Israeli flag from Dun Laoghaire Harbour
People Before Profit’s Hugh Lewis said constituents had contacted him, saying the were “disgusted” that the flag was flying at a time of such conflict.
Wetherspoon's has confirmed the location of its second Dublin pub
Hope you like Wetherspoons, south county Dublin.
A giant Mickey Mouse balloon was rescued after crashing in the sea off Bray yesterday
Several 999 callers feared the falling balloon, was a paraglider. It was not.
Brazilians in Dublin react to all of last night's goals
Could you feel the tension in Dun Laoghaire?
Man arrested over shooting at Dublin pub
A 45-year-old man was brought to hospital over the incident.
Woman charged after cash, jewellery and computers seized in Dublin raid
The woman was one of four people arrested as part of a major crime operation in Dublin.
31-year-old Emma Brazil found safe and well
GArdaí had appealed for assistance tracing the woman yesterday.
Man due in court over alleged threats to kill and possession of a gun
The man in his 40s was arrested yesterday.
Phil Hogan 'should hold plebiscite anyway' --- Lord Mayor
Oisín Quinn says the fact that 98 councillors supported the move, while only 19 voted against is as close as you get to unanimity “outside of Iraq and North Korea”.
Raped aged 10, her baby murdered and dumped - Cynthia Owen demands 'justice for Noleen'
The 52-year-old says the original six-week garda investigation into the case that became known as the Dalkey ‘house of horrors’ was a sham. She’s calling for a full review.
Two more councils back mayor proposal, but Fingal’s ‘nay’ scuppers plan
Any of the four local authorities in the county had the power to veto the proposal to put the plan to the people of the county on 23 May.
A run where you need sunglasses and powder colour to survive
It’s the rainbow run so don’t expect to come out clean.
Two in court and six released over Dublin burglaries
A major investigation was set up into a spate of burglaries across Dublin’s southside.
Eight people arrested over spate of burglaries in Dublin
Seven men and one woman – all in their teens and early twenties – were arrested this morning.
Women members finally accepted at Forty Foot club
The Sandycove Bathers’ Association is allowing women members after years of protests.
It's been a beautiful day, hasn't it?
Reader Ross Mannion took this shot of a promising start to the day. And a promise fulfilled it was.
Martin open to Mary Hanafin running for Fianna Fáil in Dáil election
Hanafin, who was first elected to the Dáil in 1997 but lost her seat in 2011, has ruled herself out of the forthcoming European elections and says she won’t run for the local council.
Kitesurfer rescued from extreme weather conditions in Dublin Bay
In a separate incident, reports in Howth of a person being washed off the west pier into the water were found to be a false alarm.
Dun Laoghaire RNLI hold ceremony to remember those lost at sea
The Christmas Eve ceremony is a tradition to remember the 15 volunteers who died on Christmas Eve 1895.
Mary Hanafin: I'd love to run again but I don't know if people will vote for me
The former Fianna Fáil minister also said the Green Party is “not a political party”.
18 unmistakeable signs you're a Southside Dubliner at heart
You don’t choose the Southside. The Southside chooses you.
Dublin Fire Brigade vehicle was on 20-minute delay to respond to emergency calls
A ‘ladder engine’ based in Tara Street was kept on alert while it was being serviced, meaning it couldn’t respond to call-outs immediately.
Architect Graham Dwyer, 41, charged with murder of Elaine O’Hara
When Dwyer, of Kerrymount Close, Foxrock, was asked if he had anything to say on being charged, he told gardai: “I do: Not guilty.”
Dún Laoghaire to get floating swimming pool and urban beach
Fancy a swim in the Harbour?
Mandate workers at M&S vote in favour of industrial action
Pickets will be placed on four stores on or after 10 September.
'There are better opportunities abroad' - young Labour councillor emigrates
Stephen Fitzpatrick, who served as Eamon Gilmore’s assistant, has resigned from his position on Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council to move to New Zealand.
62-year-old Thomas Coghlan found 'safe and well'
The man has been missing since midday today.
Leinster rugby stars were hanging out with Father Jack at the 40ft today
They don’t get great weather like this down on Craggy Island.
Bloomsday celebrations taking place in Dublin, Dun Laoghaire and Bray
Bloomsday breakfast, walks, talks, plays, music and a world record attempt – just some of the ways James Joyce is being remembered tomorrow. Here’s what’s going on.
Look like Joyce? Well, get some Gorgonzola sandwiches and head to Dun Laoghaire
Bloomsday is a time if year when all James Joyce fans re-Joyce (sorry!) all over the world and celebrate his literary masterpieces.
Man arrested at the scene of a 'serious' stabbing in Dun Laoghaire
A 41-year-old male was stabbed and seriously injured during an incident at an apartment at Clarence St, Dun Laoghaire.
Three teenagers rescued from cliff face off Dublin coast
The three young people had gotten into difficulty on the side of a cliff and were “unable to move up or down” to safety.
Three due in court over spate of south Dublin burglaries
The three men arrested in Co Wexford last night were to appear in court this afternoon.