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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Dundrum

All time
20 things you'll find in an Irish shopping centre
“Pleeeeeeeeease can I have 20p for the machine?”
50 years ago, Dublin was hit by the worst thunderstorms ever
So,this weather isn’t unusually bad then.
100 jobs on offer as HMV relaunches in Ireland
Store managers and sales assistants are being sought for outlets in Dublin and Limerick.
This special offer is PERFECT
God bless Ireland.
Two charged after attack on Luas driver
The driver of the Luas received minor injuries in the incident at the Windy Arbour stop in south Dublin last night.
Column: Dubliners should pay more property tax - here's why...
Properties near the capital that have easy access to infrastructure and services should pay a higher price, writes Frank Convery.
95 Garda stations to close by end of month
Garda authorities have released a full list of the 95 stations which will close within the next 12 days.
Rally planned to protest closure of Dublin garda station
Local residents are planning to make a human chain around Stepaside Garda Station next month.
Irish Daily Star re-appoints former editor and moves to Independent HQ
Ger Colleran back in the editorial hot seat as Star moves to Talbot Street – and Sunday World MD doubles up his role to take over managing director job there too.
Alan Shatter condemns 'obscene and insensitive' anti-abortion posters
The posters which specifically target the Minister for Justice were erected overnight in Alan Shatter’s constituency of Dublin South.
Apartments closed due to fire concerns are now to be sold
Residents of The Laurels in Dundrum had to move out in July due to fire safety concerns.
Calling Irish graffiti artists... Jamie Oliver wants you (but not if you're pretty)
The chef has some strange criteria for the work he wants done in Dundrum.
The Evening Fix: Tuesday
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
The Evening Fix: Monday
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
Dundrum apartments evacuated over fire safety concerns
The residents of the Laurels apartments are to be evacuated after it emerged that some parts of the building are not in compliance with fire regulations.
Double killer hands himself in after 12 years on the run
John Gallagher had been found guilty of the murder of a mother and daughter on the grounds of Sligo General Hospital. He had been living in Strabane in Tyrone.
'I wanted to leave my mark': Stephen Roche recalls Tour de France win 25 years on
The cycling legend from Dundrum captured three of the sports top prizes in a golden 1987 year.
Jamie Oliver to open restaurant in Dublin
Jamie’s Italian will open at Dundrum Town Centre in the autumn. Nom.
Gardaí seek help tracing missing Dublin man, 64
William Quirke, 64, was last seen on the Dundrum Road, Windy Arbour, last Friday afternoon.
Man charged over burglary at Minister Alan Shatter's home
A second man is in custody after being arrested in Dublin yesterday afternoon.
Central Mental Hospital to be moved to north Dublin
A report into conditions at the Central Mental Hospital last year described it as “unsuitable”.
Flash mob sings Hallelujah in Dundrum
See who took over Dundrum Town Centre this afternoon…