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Friday 1 December 2023 Dublin: -2°C

# North Dublin

This year
15 noise measuring systems installed in areas around Dublin Airport
Noise levels in the residential areas around the airport has been a bone of contention in recent months.
Gardaí investigating after man (40s) shot and injured at golf course in north Dublin
Investigators are probing whether the gun was legally held and discharged accidentally.
Two arrested as Gardaí seize over €1.3m worth of cannabis
The two men are being detained at a garda station in North Dublin.
Owner of Woodies DIY object to Dublin Metrolink over 'unacceptable' impact on business
It’s been argued that the proposed works will permanently damage trade and severely impact the customer experience at the store.
Teen arrested as Gardaí seize over €169,000 worth of Alprazolam tablets in North Dublin
The seizure was made during an operation targeting persons suspected to be part of an organised crime group in North Dublin.
'No place for racism of any form': Leo Varadkar criticises anti-refugee protests in Ballymun
The protests have taken place over the last three days.
Man (22) arrested after Revenue officers seize over €339,000 worth of cocaine in north Dublin
The seizure was made in the north Dublin area earlier today.
Last year
Two men arrested after Gardaí seize €1.3 million of drugs alongside ammo in north Dublin
The two men aged in their 30s and 50s are being detained at Bridewell Garda Station.
13 people due in court following north Dublin burglary investigation
A total of 35 charges brought before the courts include burglary, trespass and handling of stolen property.
Temporary swimming ban enacted for Loughshinny Beach in north Dublin due to high E.coli levels
The beach is still open to the public.
Finglas gang feud: Four arrested as gardaí probe ongoing violence in Dublin suburb
Two men and two women were detained.
All time
Investigation into reports of disturbing 'rape chant' on nighttime DART service
Fine Gael TD Alan Farrell was travelling home towards Malahide when he heard the alarming chant.
Flash flooding recedes in north Dublin after heavy downpours
Footage on social media shows flood waters sweep through Swords this afternoon while crews were also deployed yo Malahide and Portmarnock.
Do Not Swim notice in place for two Dublin beaches due to high bacteria levels
The notice has been issued for Burrow Beach in Sutton and South Strand Skerries.
Legal challenge brought over decision to pedestrianise part of Malahide Village
The pedestrianisation aimed to facilitate outdoor dining but has led to criticism.
Five arrested, two gardaí injured, after public order incident in Baldoyle
Two of the men, both aged 18 years, have since been charged.
Locals condemn vandals who painted racist graffiti on Balbriggan walls
Balbriggan has become a target of far-right activism and misinformation over the last ten years.
Government rejected call for change after Stardust tragedy, archives show
A total of 48 young people died in the nightclub blaze in Artane in Dublin on Valentine’s Day in 1981.
Woman arrested in €1.2 million credit union fraud investigation released without charge
A file is to be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Woman arrested in relation to misappropriation of €1.2 million at Dublin credit union
The 60-year-old woman is being detained at Balbriggan Garda Station.
Councillors and minister set 'to clash' over future of Oscar Traynor lands
Councillors last week rejected plans for developer Glenveagh to build 850 homes at the 17-hectare site.
Gardaí seize €170,000 in cash following north Dublin searches
Three properties were searched as part of Operation Tara today.
Over €1.4 million worth of cannabis seized in Dublin
The drugs were found following the search of a premises in Coolock last Friday.
Cyclist dies after collision involving car in north Dublin
The cyclist, a man in his 40s, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Woman dies following crash between lorry, car and pedestrian in Phibsborough
The incident happened around 1pm today.
Planning permission granted for contentious plans for 650 homes beside St Anne's Park in Raheny
This is the second time this year An Bord Pleanála has given a green light to the plans.
Public appeal made for help in tracing whereabouts of man missing from Finglas
The family of Peter Kennedy are concerned for his wellbeing.
Garda detectives surrounded and attacked by 15 youths, court hears
The incident was close to a garda station in north Dublin.
Green Party cllr 'wants to find out' if fire on Bull Island is connected to the return of cars
Vehicular traffic returned to the nature reserve after yesterday’s change in government guidelines.
Joyriders destroy pitches in north Co Dublin
Fingal County Council has closed the pitches in the interests of health and safety.
'People are afraid, people are anxious': Former Assistant Garda Commissioner sets out roadmap for Darndale's future
Jack Nolan’s report examining Darndale in North Dublin will be published in May.
Former Assistant Garda Commissioner to head up North Dublin Taskforce in wake of violence
The area has seen an increase in violence over the past two years.
Gardaí to crack down on scramblers in Dublin estates on Christmas Day
The government is currently reviewing legislation to ensure gardaí have the necessary powers to deal with the issue.
Coastal greenway delayed as contractor hits drains and causes flooding
Solutions being put in place include a shallow trench and overflow pipe into the estuary.
Extra garda resources will be sent to north Dublin after shooting last weekend
Flanagan said today that gangland violence was “absolutely not” out of control in Dublin.
Death of man found in Ballymun being treated by gardaí as 'personal tragedy'
Officers have launched an investigation after the discovery earlier today.
Investigation under way after shots fired at house in Cabra
The incident happened just before midnight last night.
Man (44) arrested after gardaí seize guns in organised crime probe
Gardaí recovered two firearms and ammunition shortly after 1pm today.
Gardaí investigate aggravated burglary at house in north Dublin
The incident took place in the early hours of Friday morning.
Couple accused of child cruelty after nine-year-old daughter suffered serious injuries held longer pending 'further charges'
The couple were arrested last week.