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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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Man arrested at the scene of a 'serious' stabbing in Dun Laoghaire
A 41-year-old male was stabbed and seriously injured during an incident at an apartment at Clarence St, Dun Laoghaire.
Delays to traffic and rail services after car smashed through Merrion Gates
Merrion Gates will close to all traffic at 2pm today for repair works so drivers should use alternative routes.
Strike at Dublin water plant to begin on Tuesday
“We cannot believe that our employers are refusing to recognise our union – it’s 2013, not 1913″.
The Evening Fix… now with added world's smallest movie
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
Entire contents of hotel where Late Late stars stayed to be auctioned off
Everything, including chandeliers and beds, must go at The Montrose Hotel auction this weekend. You can view the contents from today.
The Submarine Bar in Crumlin closed as receivers appointed
The well-known pub in south Dublin had receivers appointed to it yesterday.
Two released, man due in court over Kimmage stabbing
A man was found with stab wounds outside a house in the south Dublin suburb just before 3am yesterday morning.
Three arrested after man stabbed in Kimmage
A man was found with stab wounds outside a house in the south Dublin suburb just before 3am this morning.
Four DFB units deal with serious house fire in Sandycove
The fire broke out in the early hours of this morning but no one was injured in the incident in south Dublin.
'Rare' silver Audi car taken in aggravated burglary in Goatstown
Gardaí believe that the burglars may have targeted the particular model in an overnight raid.
Gardaí in Dublin continue to question two teens over fatal stabbing
The two males were arrested yesterday following an incident which occurred in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Appeal for witnesses after sexual assault in Tallaght
The incident happened in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Man robs Dublin city centre post office, makes getaway in a taxi
The incident in the south of the city happened at around 10am this morning and a “substantial sum of money” was stolen, according to Gardaí.
Less than a fifth of homes register for septic tank inspections in €5 window
The discount registration window shuts next Friday – with only a fraction of the 437,000 tanks registered at the lower rate.
Firearms seizure in south Dublin linked to robbery of Wicklow gun shop
Details of the incidents, which occurred last week, are only now emerging.
Four released following armed robbery on cash-in-transit van
A large amount of cash was taken during the robbery at the Long Mile Road in Dublin last weekend.
Counties with lower incomes less likely to pay household charge
A comparison of household charge payments with CSO income data reveals a general correlation between payment and income.
Main runway at Dublin Airport to be closed overnight this week
The closure is to facilitate essential electrical maintenance work and will not affect services.
Ulster counties lead table of household charge boycotts
Donegal, Monaghan and Cavan are among the counties with the lowest payment levels so far. Where does yours rank?
Gardaí seek help tracing missing Dublin man, 64
William Quirke, 64, was last seen on the Dundrum Road, Windy Arbour, last Friday afternoon.
Teenager released without charge in investigation into LulzSec hacking
The 19-year-old had been arrested and held at a station in Dublin as part of a global investigation into computer hacking.
Teen arrested in Dublin as part of computer hacking probe
A man aged in his late teens was arrested this morning and is being held in connection with an international computer hacking investigation at a south Dublin garda station.
Meet the only TD in Ireland who claims NO expenses
Labour TD Eamonn Maloney says he’s not “crusading” but refuses to claim expenses as a matter of principle.
New website will fix potholes and streetlights... via Twitter allows residents to report local problems online or in a tweet – and the government has promised to respond to every single one.
New rapid transit bus for south Dublin proposed
“BlueLine” rapid transit bus proposed for St. Vincents, UCD, RTE and Sandyford Industrial Estate.