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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Molesworth Street

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# Fire
Gardaí appeal for information on burglary and criminal damage incident on Molesworth Street
The incident occurred at around 5.20pm yesterday evening.
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# Fire
Man taken to hospital as firefighters extinguish flames at Masonic Lodge in Dublin
Firefighters, gardaí and an ambulance attended the scene on Molesworth Street this evening.
# Molesworth Street
'An insult': Jonathan Corrie plaque removed from doorway where he died
His family is upset by the move.
# Homelessness
A plaque has been erected in the doorway where Jonathan Corrie died
He passed away from hypothermia earlier this month.
# mark of respect
Leinster House postpones turning on its Christmas lights after homeless man's death
The Ceann Comhairle said tonight’s planned event would be ‘inappropriate’.
# On the Move
Dublin's Passport Office to move next year
New offices in Dublin city centre are being sought by the Department of Foreign Affairs.
# Bookshop
Closure of government publication sales office to save €300,000 a year
The Molesworth Street office – the usual spot to pick up printed laws or tribunal reports – will shut in three weeks.
# Public Order
VIDEO: Pat Rabbitte getting an earful - but 'not from man arrested for it'
Protestor whose tirade at minister in Buswell’s Hotel is caught on this video is NOT the man arrested in relation to the incident, say eyewitnesses.
# Hidden Ireland
PHOTOS: Somewhere you don't often get to see: The Freemasons' Hall in Dublin
It’s right in the heart of Dublin’s city centre but few people have been inside the Freemasons’ Grand Lodge of Ireland. Here’s what it’s like inside.
# Penny Pinching
Government saves €2million in rent reductions
State agencies have secured reductions on 32 properties – including one whose rent was slashed by more than €1million.
# occupy
Occupy The Dáil action shut down by gardaí
But an activist said the group are planning a “substantial” action before the fiscal treaty referendum.
# Denied
Senator Mary White denies passport office outburst
The Fianna Fáil senator reportedly told a member of the security staff that he was “lucky to have a job” after an incident at the Dublin office.