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Man arrested in wake of growhouse fire to appear in court tomorrow
The man was arrested yesterday after a house fire at a Dublin property led to the discovery of an alleged cannabis growhouse.
Pics: Gardaí attend Dublin house fire, seize €110,000 worth of cannabis from the growhouse on the property
Gardaí and Dublin Fire Brigade attended the house fire at a property on Brian Road in Marino just after 7am this morning.
Here's the average price of a home in Fairview and Marino in 2017
The latest data from
Your guide to Fairview and Marino: The ‘garden city’ minutes from the centre (with secret tunnels)
Plus the possible origin of The Edge’s nickname.
Man suspected of a number of killings among four held over botched Kinahan murder attempt
The arrests have been described by gardai as significant.
'Today is for celebration': Council goes back on plans to cut down 109-year-old Fairview trees
Plans to cut down the trees were met with strong resistance from local residents when announced earlier this year.
Man charged over pipe bomb found under prison officer's car
Legal aid has been granted to Mark O’Shea, who appeared before Dublin District Court today.
Dublin woman now owns a quarter acre back garden due to council oversight
The woman’s grandfather had previously paid rent on and kept the land.
Bomb disposal unit called in after alleged suspicious device found beneath car in Dublin
The Defence Forces’ Explosive Ordinance Disposal unit was notified and soldiers attended the scene.
Do you know these men? The Casino in Marino wants to recreate this 1940 photo of Dublin soldiers
The 83 men were photographed outside the Dublin landmark at a reunion
'We need to educate children about food that doesn’t come from a packet'
The battle in Marino over pear trees is an example of how we need to think outside the box when it comes to food education, writes Ross Golden-Bannon.
The day a lioness terrorised Dublin: The story of the 1951 Fairview lion escape
A new documentary by Dublin filmmaker Joe Lee explores one of the city’s local legends.
Young man arrested after he loses control of stolen Mercedes
The driver fled from the scene but was arrested a short time later.
SIPTU vs Greyhound: Row escalates amid claims of 'harassment and abuse'
Greyhound told some customers in Dublin that SIPTU picketers were causing disruptions.
Over €3m 'down the drain' after 'comedy of errors' on new pathology office
Nearly €2 million was spent on consultancy during the construction of the new facilities that were only partially built before being demolished last year, the Public Accounts Committee heard yesterday.
Son accused of mother's murder showed no emotion, court told
James Dunleavy denies killing 66-year-old Philomena, whose body was only identified after Scottish police circulated a computer generated reconstruction of her face in the Irish media.
State Pathologists could move from portacabins into vacant garda station
The Department of Justice are looking into transforming Whitehall Garda Station into a space for state pathologists.
Tunnel vision: Going underground at the Casino Marino
Eight underground tunnels leading out from Dublin’s 18th century Casino Marino… what are they there for?