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Monday 4 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Glasnevin

This year
Woman hospitalised after serious collision in Glasnevin involving two cyclists
The woman is believed to have sustained serious injuries, according to a statement from gardaí.
Last year
Glasnevin Cemetery scraps revolutionary period commemorative wall after vandalism
The wall, which included the names of British forces, had been attacked twice.
All time
Gardaí renew witness appeal after fatal three-vehicle crash in Dublin
Calvin Gilchrist died after he collided with other vehicles while on his motorcycle.
Tributes paid to teen following death in Dublin crash
The three-vehicle collision happened last night on the Finglas Road, Glasnevin.
Traffic diversions in place after 'sinkhole' appears on Phibsborough Road
The hole appeared near the Cross Guns Bridge.
Missing Dublin man found safe and well
The family of Danny Toye had been concerned for his welfare.
'There is a lot of panic': Health officials meet parents of children who attend school shut over Covid-19 case
A school in Dublin today began a two-week closing period after a pupil was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Garda probe under way after 1916 memorial wall vandalised again in Glasnevin
The Necrology Wall bears the names of all those who died as a result of the conflict.
Creches near Hyde and Seek 'inundated' with calls from parents asking for a place
Up to 45 calls have been made to different childcare places in the vicinity after last night’s RTÉ programme.
Planning authority raised concerns about fire evacuation at Hyde & Seek creche before its construction
A number of fire safety issues at the creche chain were raised during an RTÉ documentary last night.
Plans for 299 apartments in blocks of up to 9 storeys in Glasnevin rejected after significant local objection
Plans were lodged in March for properties at the former Smurfit Printworks site.
'The minute I walked in I knew it was for me': Inside this light-filled 1930s redbrick in Glasnevin
Naomi Hanrahan takes us through a day behind her front door.
Metrolink construction could close section of Royal Canal cycling Greenway for up to three years
A cycling group has called on the NTA to alter its plans for the Glasnevin Station.
From Swords Central to Charlemont: here's what ten of Dublin's new Metrolink stations will look like
The NTA has published artist’s impressions of 10 proposed stations on the line.
Locals concerned over plans to build 299 apartments in blocks of up to 9 storeys in Glasnevin
A Strategic Housing Development application was lodged earlier this month by property developer Scanron Limited.
Have you seen Dylan? Gardaí appeal for information over missing 18-year-old
Dylan Keogh has been missing from his home in Glasnevin since last Friday, 11 January.
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after cash-in-transit van robbed at gunpoint
The cash-in-transit van was making a collection from a business in Glasnevin yesterday.
Pensioners tied up and robbed at knifepoint as gardaí investigate spate of burglaries in north Dublin
Three homes were hit in the space of five days.
'It should all be up for grabs': Dublin City Council hopes industrial estates will be re-zoned for housing
Last week, the Department of Housing released guidelines outlining how the estates could be re-developed.
'I went to rob it as a joke. I didn't mean it': Post office raider jailed for two and a half years
Judge Martina Baxter said the offence was a “despicable, cowardly act” perpetrated on an elderly man.
Family concerned for man missing since yesterday morning
Michael Nolan (52) was last seen in Dublin city centre.
This is the view from O'Connell Tower in Glasnevin Cemetery, reopened after almost 50 years
It has been reopened to the public after almost 50 years.
GAA club asks members not to get involved in political campaigns to save its home from Metrolink route
“Any campaign currently ongoing using the Na Fianna logo is not doing so at the request or on behalf of Na Fianna.”
Glasnevin Trust wins orders directing Twitter to disclose identity of anonymous account holder
While the posts ceased at the end of March the “highly offensive” statements still remain on the social media platform.
Here's what the average home in Glasnevin costs in 2017
The latest data from
Man threatens staff with metal bar in Glasnevin cash-in-transit robbery
The car used in the robbery was later found burnt out near the Bon Secours Hospital.
'It deserves a better legacy than this': Blaze causes significant damage to listed building
Local TD Noel Rock told that it’s a “disaster” that the building has been left idle.
Protester tackled by Canadian Ambassador apologises publicly for interrupting 1916 event
Brian Murphy publicly apologised today in his bid to have his recorded conviction for a public order offence overturned.
'People really loved her': 90th anniversary of Countess Markievicz's funeral to be commemorated
The event will mark her impact on Irish history.
Man accused of vandalising de Valera's grave ordered to stay away from Glasnevin Cemetery
John Moore has been ordered to stay away from Glasnevin cemetery.
Prince Charles lays poppy wreath and unveils Victoria Cross memorials in Glasnevin Cemetery
He took part in ceremonies to honour those who died in World War I and the 1916 Rising.
Ceremonies underway to remember those who died in the Easter Rising
The national anthem was played by a lone piper in the main courtyard of the cemetery.
'Callous vandalism': Paint thrown at Glasnevin 1916 memorial
The wall includes the names of British soldiers who died in the Rising.
Firearm and cocaine worth €70,000 seized in Dublin
A man in his 30s has been arrested.
Macari's chipper in Glasnevin has set up a very cute speed dating table for Valentines
“Do you like a battered sausage?”.
A Bruce Springsteen-themed pop-up pub has opened especially for his Dublin gigs
Just in time!
Dublin Bikes will be going to these places next
Sinn Féin Deputy Dessie Ellis recently complained that the scheme hadn’t yet made its way to Glasnevin.
Here's why Macari's in Glasnevin is a Dublin chipper institution
Old school.
"It's an aberration": A memorial to British soldiers killed in the Rising to be unveiled
The wall will be in Glasnevin Cemetery.
Five foot snake falls out of ceiling onto head of Dublin house owner
Fortunately, it wasn’t poisonous. So much for driving all the snakes out of Ireland…