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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: -1°C

# Ringsend

Last month
October 2023
Controlled explosion on Sandymount Beach after historical device discovered
Two separate requests for assistance were received from the Defence Forces.
This year
Dublin City Council unveils plaque to James Connolly at his former Ringsend home
Born in Edinburgh in 1868 to Irish parents, Connolly became a key figure in the Irish trade union movement and the Easter Rising.
Ireland's youngest player Abbie Larkin delights teammates and coach with sparky World Cup start
Vera Pauw had high praise for the Shamrock Rovers player in her post-match press conference.
'Please consider us': management of new dementia café in Ringsend ask for support from Government
Banshees of Inisherin actress Sheila Flitton also spoke at the opening.
Last year
Eight people were arrested as violence broke out between rival fans ahead of the FAI Cup final
Seven were cautioned and one man was charged and will appear in court.
Planning permission refused for seven story 'build-to-rent' senior living scheme in Ringsend
Over 65 objections were lodged against the 30 unit scheme.
All time
“Let’s not waste an opportunity”: Nature-based solutions to our wastewater woes
Alejandro Monleon explains how the use of artificial wetland ponds would help limit the strains on our wastewater system.
Gardaí respond after violent clashes ahead of FAI Cup final
Investigations are ongoing. There are no reports of any arrests.
Man arrested after Gardaí seize €123,000 worth of drugs in Dublin
Around €14,000 in cash was also seized during the search operation.
Woman dies following drowning incident in south Dublin
The incident happened in the Ringsend area of Dublin 4 on Wednesday morning.
Johnny Ronan to build 'new suburb' on old bottle factory site in Poolbeg
Nearly 1,000 social and affordable homes will be included in the development.
Man (20s) due in court over €53,000 drug seizure in Dublin
Diazepam pills and cannabis were seized at a property in Ringsend on Friday.
Two people arrested after drugs worth €53,000 seized in Dublin
The seizure was made at a property in the Ringsend area last night.
Locals campaign against proposed 15 storey residential tower in Dublin
The proposal is for 48 apartments in a building in Ringsend.
Families take part in socially-distanced mass dance in Dublin
The event was held at a complex of flats in Ringsend and was the brainchild of Danika Hopkins and Rebecca Larkin.
Gardaí investigate after threatening leaflets posted to locals near greyhound stadium
A number of flyers were posted to residents in Ringsend last Saturday.
Raw sewage from 77,000 people in Ireland flowing into environment every day
Ireland needs “substantial” investment in waste water treatment, the EPA report said.
Irish Water warns about further bad smells in Dublin following delay in repair works at treatment plant
It’s the third such warning issued by the utility in the last two months.
Irish Water warns about potential smells from Ringsend treatment plant in the coming days
It’s a result of maintenance works at the site.
How many times has untreated wastewater overflowed into Dublin Bay since 2015? It's the week in numbers
Plus: The number of food businesses issued with closure orders in June.
'It's a real crisis': Billions of litres of untreated water overflows at Ringsend wastewater plant since 2015
New figures show the extent of overflows at the plant in recent years.
'Everybody's gone hygienic mad': Ringsend spillages aren’t putting some swimmers off their daily dips
Three times last month untreated wastewater was discharged from the Ringsend plant into Dublin Bay.
Warning of 'odour' near Ringsend as EPA says plumes to continue until waste water plant upgrade
It follows an apparent leak at the plant this week.
EPA to inspect wastewater treatment plant after brown plume discharges into Dublin Bay
It is the third apparent spillage to occur at the facility this year.
Swimming at eight Dublin beaches banned after spill at wastewater plant
‘The overflow is diluted, partially treated wastewater,’ a spokesperson said.
A faulty sewage tank caused effluent to pour into Dublin Bay over the weekend
The fault occured at the Ringsend wastewater treatment plant.
Dublin man sentenced to 14 years for raping Spanish student repeatedly over 21-hour-period
Eoin Berkley admitted to raping the girl in Ringsend in July 2017.
Irish Water submits planning application to continue €400 million investment in Ringsend
The development is necessary to cope with future demand, Irish Water said.
Here's the average price of a home in Ringsend in 2018
The latest figures from
Your guide to Ringsend: Iconic slice of inner-city Dublin with loads of new life
And the best walk in the city.
Dublin Bus reaches agreement with drivers over anti-social behaviour in Tallaght
Drivers had threatened to curtail a number of routes next week.
24-year-old man charged over rape and false imprisonment of Spanish student
The 18-year-old woman told gardaí the alleged incident occurred at a site near Pigeon House Road.
Man arrested and released over alleged sexual assault was out on bail
An 18-year-old girl said she was sexually assaulted at a site near Pigeon House Road in the Ringsend.
Locals 'horrified' over claims Spanish woman was held captive and sexually assaulted in Dublin
The teenager said she was assaulted in the Ringsend area of Dublin.
The EPA is taking legal action after the lime leak at the Poolbeg incinerator
While 11 staff were hospitalised, Covanta said that no members of the public were in danger from the incident.
EPA finds 'moderate' infestation of flies at Poolbeg incinerator
Locals in Ringsend had been complaining about the large number of flies in the area all week.
Locals bearing the brunt as 'plague of flies' take up residence in Ringsend
Local politicians are demanding answers as to why there is a fly infestation in the Dublin area.
Waste-burning suspended after lime-leak at Poolbeg incinerator
Last week, eleven workers were taken to hospital following an ‘unscheduled’ release of lime.
'We need clean air. We do not need accidents': Locals' fury as 11 incinerator staff hospitalised
Locals say they are concerned after yesterday’s lime leak.
The controversial Poolbeg incinerator has taken its first delivery of waste
The facility will fire up this weekend.