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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Ringsend

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Man in his 50s charged with armed robbery on Spar store
He will appear before court today.
Man arrested after armed robbery on shop in south Dublin
A man entered the store carrying a gun yesterday afternoon.
Some 5c coins produced outside Ireland might be causing a problem at the Eastlink toll
Dublin City Council said it did not accept that customers had been overcharged, stating that any rejected coins can be collected by motorists.
Ringsend murder accused in 'breath-taking' attempt to withdraw guilty plea
Kenneth Cummins wants to have his guilty plea vacated – days after he changed it from not guilty.
Three men arrested after car being pursued by gardaí crashes
The car crashed on Lotts Road in Dublin this afternoon.
The Poolbeg Chimneys have some very unusual residents
Here’s a glimpse into their life.
WATCH: Gardaí probe cause of barge fire at Grand Canal Dock
Dublinc Fire Brigade put out the fire in the early hours of this morning.
Dublin city's total eclipse captured in wonderful photo from Ringsend
Bright eyes.
John Tierney took the media (and a minister) on a bizarre tour around a water treatment plant today
The Irish Water charm offensive began in Ringsend this afternoon.
Work has started on the Poolbeg incinerator - but there's already a protest planned
The plant is being built by US energy company Covanta.
A collection of images, memories and feelings about Poolbeg chimneys
Could it be time to say goodbye to the Dublin landmark?
Post-mortem due on unidentified body found on Dublin beach
The male in his 30s was discovered yesterday.
Airbnb's swanky Dublin offices designed to look like Irish pub
Coffee? Water? Pint?
Cute Irish kids tell it like it is on Valentine's Day
“It’s when you get loads of love cards and I hate that.”
92-year-old woman sustains burns to face and body following gas explosion
The gas explosion happened at her home in Ringsend in Dublin last night.
Two held over killing at Dublin senior citizen complex due in court
Both will appear in court tomorrow morning over the death of 63-year-old Thomas Horan in Ringsend.
Two arrested over murder of man at senior citizens’ complex
The body of 63-year-old Thomas Horan was discovered at the apartment complex in Ringsend in the early hours of Monday morning.
Varadkar: I’m not going to get involved in ‘nitty gritty’ of Dublin Bus negotiations
The Transport Minister has ruled out getting involved directly in talks to end the all-out strike at Dublin Bus.
Kite surfer rescued after becoming separated from his board
The man got into difficulty in the South Bull Wall area of Dublin earlier today.
JJ Abrams' new blockbuster filming in Dublin?
Edgar Wright is directing the ‘Collider’ science fiction project.
Google offers free classes for over 50s to tackle low internet usage
More than 400 people have received training through the technology giant’s Age Engage programme it is running in the Dublin community where it is based.
DDDA fiasco shows 'murky relationship between FF, developers and Anglo' - TD
Mary Lou McDonald has said that the Irish taxpayer is again being made to foot the bill for the debacle at the Dublin Docklands Development Authority.
FitzPatrick, Bradshaw and ministers could be forced to address TDs on Docklands debacle
The Public Accounts Committee chairman says he has the power to compel people to attend meetings if he deems it necessary.
C&AG report questions decisions made by DDDA in bid for Glass Bottle site
Report highlights Dublin Dockland Development Authority’s involvement in record bid for property now valued at €45m.
Got a spare €43 million? The Gasworks building is for sale...
The Dublin 4 apartment complex, one of the most well-known symbols of Irish property crash, is up for sale after developer Liam Carroll’s property empire was placed in receivership.
TD hacksawed locks to get sandbags to locals
And gained a vote for Michael D Higgins in the process.
Dubliners protest against cuts and changes to bus routes
Campaigners are angry at proposed changes to routes as well the cutting of some services. Dublin Bus argue this will help provide a better service.
Locals to be consulted on big plans for Dublin Port
Public asked for help in devising a ‘masterplan’ for the redevelopment of Ireland’s most important port.
Wall collapses at Ringsend Bridge (Photos)
Bridge reopens following yesterday’s wall collapse as Dublin City Council engineers survey damage.