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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Dún Laoghaire

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Four arrested over series of burglaries in south Dublin
Three men and a woman were arrested after Gardaí from Dublin held searches in Courtown and Wexford Town.
Queen Mary II is in town and she's bringing €500k with her
One of the largest, longest, widest, tallest and most expensive passenger liners in history will be docked in Dún Laoghaire until 6pm.
Rainbow Shooting Out of Cannon Pic of the Day
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Update: Swimmer taken from Dublin coastal waters dies in hospital
The man was airlifted to Tallaght Hospital after he was taken from the water in Dublin Bay this morning.
Not a Good Day to Play Golf Pic of the Day
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In Pictures: Dun Laoghaire alive with 'Spring Chicken' race
It was a fine day to be out on the Irish Sea.
15 people evacuated after fire at apartment complex
A 77-year-old female is being treated for smoke inhalation after the incident.
Two sailors rescued after getting caught in strong winds on Dublin Bay
The pair had been trying to return to the harbour for two hours but their boat kept capsizing.
Kite surfer rescued after becoming separated from his board
The man got into difficulty in the South Bull Wall area of Dublin earlier today.
Seven escape injury after sail-training yacht catches fire
The engine of the 37-foot sail-training yacht caught fire shortly after leaving Dún Laoghaire harbour.
IBAL Litter League 2012: Where did your town finish?
Kilkenny has been named Ireland’s most litter-free town by Irish Business Against Litter. Did your town feature highly?
Dun Laoghaire RNLI remembers volunteers lost at sea
The ceremony is to remember the 15 volunteers who died at sea on Christmas Eve 1895 and all those who lost their lives around Irish coasts.
Woman injured after being struck by DART train
The incident occurred at around 8pm last night at the Dun Laoghaire DART station.
Gardaí investigating death of cyclist in Dalkey
A man died on Monday following an incident last Friday.
Less than a fifth of homes register for septic tank inspections in €5 window
The discount registration window shuts next Friday – with only a fraction of the 437,000 tanks registered at the lower rate.
Report recommends that HPAT system be included in review
The HPAT test must be completed by Leaving Certificate students hoping to study medicine.
The Evening Fix... now with added superheroes
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
Raiders escape after Dun Laoghaire Post Office robbery
Gardaí believe the two men were each in possession of a firearm.
In photos: Tall Ship 'Cuauhtemoc' leaves Dublin Harbour
Press Association photographer Julien Behal had a unique vantage point for recording this ship’s departure from Dublin yesterday.
Tall Ships Festival in Dublin welcomed 1.15 million visitors
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport hailed the four-day festival as a “huge achievement and success”.
In pictures: Defence Forces' 21-gun salute to the Tall Ships
The 40-strong international fleet has left Dublin.
Joyce Tower set to reopen thanks to volunteer support
Staffing issues at Fáilte Ireland meant that the James Joyce site closed this summer.
DART service resumed between Dun Laoghaire and Bray
However, there are still significant delays reported at Connolly Station due to a DART mechanical fault.
Confirmed: Dáil to lose 8 TDs with confirmation of boundary changes
Ministers have agreed to table new laws enforcing cuts to the size of the Dáil, in line with independent recommendations.
Suspicious fire at second Panda recycling facility
Several trucks were damaged in last night’s blaze, which is not thought to be related to the Slane plant fire last week.
Constituency report: Dáil loses 8 TDs in radical boundary shake-up
The report of the Constituency Commission cuts the number of TDs, with significant boundary reforms.
Vending machine in Dublin creates pizza from scratch.... in 2.5 minutes
The Let’s Pizza machine kneads the dough, spreads toppings and cooks the pizza before your eyes! Just like a person!
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after Dublin road death
A man in his 30s died after he was struck by a car in Dun Laoghaire yesterday afternoon.
Three lifeboat operations see 20 people rescued over weekend
It was a busy weekend at sea for the RNLI and Irish Coast Guard.
Update: Commuter train services resume after earlier flooding
The line between Bray and Dún Laoghaire had flooded, but the services are back up and running now.
Six key constituencies to watch in today's referendum count
There’s a couple of bell-weather areas which, if the past is anything to go by, could give a hint as to the total outcome.
Could Dún Laoghaire elect only two TDs at the next election?
If the Irish Times’ report is right, Dún Laoghaire could become a three-seater – with one of them already filled…
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
Your essential roundup of the day’s big stories – plus any bits and pieces you may have missed…
Basking shark pays a rare visit to Dún Laoghaire
The ‘honorary whale’ was sighted off Dún Laoghaire pier yesterday
Main runway at Dublin Airport to be closed overnight this week
The closure is to facilitate essential electrical maintenance work and will not affect services.
Samaritans take to the streets of Dublin's north inner city
Volunteers will be available in public areas in the inner city to encourage people to talk about their problems.
Gardaí issue appeal over missing 16-year-old
Naomi Whittington was last seen on Wednesday.
Stena Line 'to lay off all but seven workers' in Ireland
The ferry company has identified 39 of its 46 staff at Dun Laoghaire for redundancy, according to union Siptu.
DART line closed to allow repair on damaged bridge
There will be no services from Grand Canal Dock to Sydney Parade, in order to allow for repairs to a flood-damaged bridge in Ballsbridge.
DART services resume after earlier flooding suspensions
Services between Dún Laoghaire and Bray reopen after an earlier suspension due to flooding on the line near Dún Laoghaire but road traffic is still disrupted around the country.