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# East Wall

Last month
November 2023
Man arrested after protesters surround Mary Lou McDonald's car in East Wall
The Sinn Féin leader was at East Wall’s Sean O’Casey Community Centre yesterday evening.
This year
Teenager who stole 24 bikes from Dublin apartment blocks receives three year sentence
The final 16 months of the sentence are suspended.
Debunked: A public killing and attempted abductions latest in baseless claims against migrants
Gardaí had no record of the a supposed public killing with a hatchet in Dublin City.
'Now I'm included': Asylum seekers in East Wall taking part in community classes and groups
The East Wall Here For All group has started hosting workshops to help asylum seekers learn English and meet other people in the area.
'We must reclaim the streets from the far-right': Ballymun planning events to welcome refugees
Members of the far-right are “preying” on fears of some local people in Ballymun, a People Before Profit activist has said.
Last year
'We have to live together and get along': The local East Wall group welcoming refugees to the area
Volunteers working in the group told The Journal that feedback from people in the area has been “so positive”.
Opinion: With sensitivity and care, we can find a solution to the protests in East Wall
Local Paddy O’Dea writes that in the diverse community of East Wall, the protesters against emergency accommodation do not speak for all residents.
Debunked: Asylum seekers, not economic migrants, are being housed at the East Wall building
Multiple false claims were levied against asylum seekers and Ukrainian refugees
East Wall protesters block Port Tunnel a second time over asylum seeker accommodation
The group said protests ‘will continue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until further notice’.
East Wall residents' group block Dublin's Port Tunnel over asylum seeker accommodation
It comes after Integration Minister Roderic O’Gorman said the old ESB building in East Wall will not be closed as emergency accommodation for refugees.
East Wall: Donohoe says residents raised 'important and sensitive' matters relating to housing of refugees
Protests have taken place in East Wall this week.
Lynn Ruane: Some refugees are vilified for being from certain places or because they are men
Whether it is sinister actors or simply those with misplaced fears, many now seem comfortable asserting a hierarchy of who is worthy of protection, Senator Lynn Ruane writes.
East Wall: Minister to meet residents as Tánaiste says people don't have 'veto' on who lives nearby
A spokesperson for the Minister confirmed that a meeting would take place this week.
Minister says East Wall 'leaflet drop' is planned amid dispute over asylum seeker accommodation
Sinn Féin’s Mark Ward said there ‘seems to be a complete lack of planning from the Department’.
Further protests in Dublin's East Wall over asylum seeker accommodation
Hundreds of people gathered to protest at the housing of refugees at the old ESB building this evening.
Food delivery cyclist accused of murdering Josh Dunne tells court he didn't mean to hurt anyone
George Gonzaga Bento is accused of murdering 16-year-old Josh Dunne on 26 January 2021.
Murder accused used knife to cut fruit and not for protection, delivery rider tells court
George Gonzaga Bento (36) is charged with murdering 16-year-old Josh Dunne at East Wall Road in January 2021.
All time
Two teenage boys treated for knife wounds after assault in Dublin
The incident happened at approximately 8.30pm.
Garda National Surveillance Unit planted device in alleged Kevin Lunney abduction van
The van was left unlocked on a Dublin street.
Man remanded in custody after being charged with murder of Dublin schoolboy
The man was charged this afternoon and appeared before Dublin District Court.
Man still being questioned over murder of Josh Dunne (16)
Josh Dunne was killed following an altercation in East Wall on Tuesday evening.
Man arrested in connection with the murder of Josh Dunne (16)
Josh Dunne was killed following an altercation in East Wall on Tuesday evening.
Teenager stabbed to death in East Wall named locally as Josh Dunne (16)
Tributes are being paid to the teenager.
Man due in court accused of threatening woman with knife during Dublin car-jacking
A woman was approached outside a garage yesterday morning.
Man and two teens due in court over violent disorder in East Wall
The incident occurred last month in East Wall.
Man arrested after stabbing in East Wall in Dublin
A man in his 30s was stabbed during an assault last night.
Man (20s) arrested after gardaí discover loaded gun and drugs during search operation
The man remains in custody and investigations are ongoing.
'There was a lot of damage': Five fire units battle blaze at landmark East Wall pub
The fire has now been extinguished.
Gardaí probe pipe bomb attack outside Dublin home
Nobody was injured in the incident.
Thieves escape empty-handed after setting off smoke alarm during McDonald's break-in
Smoke from the electric saw used by the two suspects to try to open the safe set off the alarm.
Here's the average price of a home in East Wall and North Wall in 2018
The latest data from
Your guide to East Wall and North Wall: Vibrant community and a history of chocolate bars
A venerable piece of inner-city Dublin.
Gardaí arrest man over fatal stabbing of wheelchair user
Anthony Rogers, who was 61, was stabbed multiple times at his home near Cork Street, Dublin on 6 November.
Homeowners awarded €83,000 after armed gardaí burst into their homes
The case will cost the State €200,000.
Man stabbed four times in Dublin car park
The man is in the Mater Hospital in a stable condition.
Woman smuggled mobile phone into Mountjoy internally for €500
She was remanded on bail today.
Gun stash seized in crackdown on Dublin dissidents
Detectives raided a house in the East Wall area of the city this afternoon.
Number of gunshots fired at East Wall in Dublin
Gardaí are at the scene investigating a shooting.
Centra apologises and withdraws 'Children's Allowance Day' beer offer
The company said it was withdrawing the leaflet from four shops which were distributing it, encouraging customers to use their Children’s Allowance payment to buy beer and other products.
Centra shops criticised for ‘disgraceful’ Children’s Allowance Day beer offers
A leaflet being distributed by two Centra shops in north Dublin are promoting offers on crates of beer for those in receipt of Children’s Allowance. The retailer has been heavily criticised today.