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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Lusk

This year
'I wish I never applied': Affordable housing in Darragh O'Brien's constituency delayed by a year
The Dun Emer affordable housing development was supposed to be completed in 2022, but residents still haven’t moved in.
Parents suing Rotunda over baby's death must be given internal hospital documents, court rules
The hospital had stated that the material was gathered confidentially and should not be shared.
Three men attacked in north Dublin home during aggravated burglary
No arrests have been made so far.
All time
Man arrested after cannabis worth €300,000 seized in Dublin
€5,000 in cash was also seized.
Gardaí probe 'unexplained circumstances' of death of a man found in north Dublin bedroom
The man in his 50s was found dead in Lusk on Wednesday evening.
Two arrests made after €2.58 million worth of cannabis herb seized in Dublin
Two men, aged 45 and 52, were arrested and are currently detained at two Dublin Garda stations.
Woman (60) dies in two-vehicle collision in Lusk
Gardaí have appealed for witnesses to contact them.
11 residents of north Co Dublin nursing home died with Covid-19 during recent outbreak
The HSE said a significant number of both patients and staff at the home “remain affected by Covid-19″.
Man arrested as €108,000 worth of stolen vehicles seized by Gardaí
Five vehicles were seized by Gardaí at a motor yard in north Co Dublin.
Man arrested in connection with theft of car following attempt to hijack second vehicle in Dublin
The incident happened in the Whitethorn Walk area of Lusk last night.
Family of boy detained by gardaí lodges complaint with Garda Ombudsman
The incident occurred last Sunday evening.
One of Ireland's biggest builders has been cleared for a controversial north Dublin project
Sean Reilly has approval for 150 houses and a retail development in the small town of Lusk.
One of Ireland's biggest builders has been cleared for a controversial north Dublin project
Sean Reilly has approval for 150 houses and a retail development in the small town of Lusk.
Gardaí investigate after elderly woman dies in house fire in north county Dublin
A number of units of the Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the fire in a house in Walshestown, Lusk.
"A major cause of concern": Shock as liquidator appointed to Rush Credit Union
Earlier this year gardaí confirmed they were investigating reports of financial irregularities at the credit union.
Creche secures injunction over Applegreen station pumping "foul" smelling waste water
The creche’s owners claim the station is the cause of noxious gases and odours affecting the health and safety of 80 young children who attend the facility.
Five teens apprehended after escaping from Dublin child detention centre
Two had remained at large last night but have since been found.
"Several hundred" lines of enquiry open in Lusk shooting case
Gardaí have appealed to members of the public to come forward with information.
Man remains in critical condition after being shot in Dublin
The man was shot at least three times.
Man shot five times in latest Dublin gangland attack
The man was rushed to hospital and remains in a critical condition.
Strike planned at juvenile detention centre over safety concerns
Unions say care workers are at risk of assaults in their jobs every day.
Coast Guard made to wait 25 minutes for ambulance, gave up and transported patient to hospital in jeep
The Coast Guard helicopter had rescued a man in his 70s, suffering from “severe hypothermia”, from a beach in north Dublin.
Ireland's largest frozen ready meal supplier to hire 100 people
A further 100 people will be hired in construction to build the new food plant in north Dublin.
Five properties to view this weekend… under €600,000
Here are the 5 best properties for under €600,000 you can view this weekend.
Cyclist fights for life after two-bicycle and van crash in Dublin
The collision happened near Blake’s Cross on the old Dublin to Belfast road.
Take 4: Homes for every budget around Ireland
Here is our pick of properties from €250,000… up to €1 million.
SuperValu in Lusk is holding a speed dating event in the shopping aisles
Our eyes met over the iceberg lettuce…
Stolen tree returned to Lusk launderette after owner posts excellent letter to thieves
The Santa guilt-trip is the biggest trip of all.
After five-year delay, work finally begins on new youth detention centre in Dublin
The new facilities at Oberstown will house all offenders aged under 18.
Construction to begin on new juvenile detention facility in Oberstown
Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald will turn sod on Monday at the site to mark the beginning of construction.
Appeal for sightings of 'dark coloured Mercedes' after two armed robberies
A bookmakers and a shop were robbed within minutes of each other in north county Dublin earlier today.
Man charged in connection with Lusk drug seizure
Gardaí found €250,000 worth of cannabis herb during a search in Lusk as part of an ongoing operation targeting the criminal activity of a North Dublin crime gang.
Van and car search uncovers cannabis herb worth €250,000
The vehicles were stopped in Lusk, county Dublin this evening.
Gardaí seize 130k worth of cannabis in Lusk
Gardaí investigating cultivation of cannabis in Dublin have seized cannabis plants with a street value of up to €130,000 in Lusk.
Two men in court over north Dublin robbery that was foiled by gardaí
A third man appeared in court yesterday evening in connection with the incident in Lusk Village last weekend.
Three men arrested moments after armed robbery in Lusk village
Three men wearing balaclavas took a large quantity of a cash from a shop in the north Dublin town last night before they were arrested as they tried to leave the premises.
OPW launches tender process for new child detention facility
Government announced earlier this year it would provide €50m in funding to end practice of detaining teenage offenders at adult prisons.
Census 2011 reveals Ireland's fastest-growing towns and counties
We already knew that there were 4,588,252 people living in Ireland last year – but the latest batch of CSO Census data means that now we literally know where you live.
Planned 'superdump' in North Dublin cancelled
The controversial landfill in Lusk which was first proposed in 1997 had been opposed by the local community.