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Friday 22 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Sheriff Street

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Glenveagh gets green light for 702 ‘build to rent’ apartments near Dublin's Docklands
The development, on the six-acre site, is located 400 metres from the Spencer Dock Luas stop.
Charge dropped against man accused of vandalising Luke Kelly statue
Michael Dunne was accused of criminal damage to the Luke Kelly statue on South King Street
Council workers receiving garda protection in inner city Dublin
Photographs seen by show garda cars parked as workers carry out street repairs.
'An entirely opportunistic claim': Woman fails to recover almost €30,000 seized by gardaí as proceeds of crime
The woman’s nephew, who is allegedly in an organised crime gang, was living in the same house at the time.
Revolver, ammunition and cocaine seized at house in Dublin's north inner city
A man in his late teens and a juvenile female were arrested at the scene.
Man arrested after attacking two gardaí during search
The gardaí were taken to the Mater Hospital where they were treated for minor injuries.
The rain was so bad yesterday it flooded parts of Dublin's north inner city
A spokesperson for Dublin City Council confirmed there was localised flooding in the Sheriff Street area.
Church of Scientology cleaning up needles on Dublin's Sheriff Street
The church has said it was welcomed by locals when volunteers visited recently to plant flowers.
There's a plan to 'rebrand' the north inner city as 'Dublin's North Central Quarter'
A regeneration plan for the area was launched this week.
“Let’s be honest, the war on drugs has failed - it hasn’t actually done anything”
Councillor Gary Gannon spoke today about drugs in his area.
"People don't care about Sheriff Street until someone gets murdered"
Social Democrats councillor Gary Gannon, who grew up on Sheriff Street, showed us the area.
"He was in the wrong place, but he was on the right path" - Martin O'Rourke laid to rest
The father of three was shot on Dublin’s Sheriff Street last week.
Fundraising page set up to pay for funeral of innocent father-of-three shot dead in Dublin city centre
The 24-year-old father of three was shot dead in Dublin last week.
Family of Martin O'Rourke will visit Sheriff St after funeral to thank locals for support
The 24-year-old was gunned down in Dublin’s north inner city last Thursday in a case of mistaken identity.
Shooting victim Martin O'Rourke was 'on his way to class' when he was killed
The young man had been trying to rebuild his life, the father of his fiancée has said.
Young man shot dead in Dublin's inner city was 'harmless, loveable young fellow'
The father-of-three was gunned down in broad daylight in a case of mistaken identity.
Victim named in mistaken identity shooting in Dublin city centre
24-year-old Martin O’Rourke has been named locally as the victim of yesterday’s gangland shooting.
Man shot dead in Dublin in 'case of mistaken identity'
It is believed the man was not known to gardaí except for some minor offences.
Seven years on, Gavin McCarthy's murderer has never been brought to justice
The 21 year old was shot outside a Chinese takeaway on Sheriff Street in Dublin.
Mini-CAB needed to crack down on 'middle-income' drug dealers
“These aren’t millionaire, billionaire drug dealers — but they’re very wealthy drug dealers on €100,000 a year or €150,000 a year salaries with plenty of holidays.”
Donal MacIntyre had his camera destroyed when he tried to film on Sheriff Street
The broadcaster says his crew couldn’t film in the area after the incident without contacting Store Street Gardaí.
Six years on, gardaí appeal for witnesses to killing of 21-year-old
Gavin McCarthy was shot on Sheriff Street in 2008
Gardaí want to know if you saw this assault on a taxi driver last month
Another man who jumped in to help the taxi driver was also assaulted by a large number of youths.
Power cut leaves IFSC in the dark