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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# St Stephen's Green

This month
January 2023
# Dublin City
Plans re-lodged for €100 million rejuvenation of St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
The City Council last month declared a previous application to be invalid on two grounds.
Last month
December 2022
# live crib
'There's an attempt to sanitise what we're celebrating': Dublin's live crib launches amid controversy
After much political wrangling, Dublin’s live animal crib was relaunched this morning.
Last year
2022
# St Stephen's Green
Live animal Christmas crib gets the go ahead but in a new location
The event outside the Mansion House was cancelled last month but will go ahead in St Stephen’s Green.
# Courts
Man remanded in custody over attacks on woman and two men in St Stephen's Green
He is due to appear at Cloverhill District Court next Thursday.
All time
# Dublin
19 people arrested for public order offences in Dublin city centre during significant garda operation last night
The arrests, included two juveniles, and two gardaí injured in the disturbances across central Dublin.
Garda make 19 arrests for public order during night of disturbances in Dublin city centre.
Two gardaí were injured and one garda vehicle was damaged in the incidents.
The operation was focused on the Templebar, St Stephen's Green and South William Street areas.
# Crowds
OPW minister criticises 'reckless behaviour' at 'fragile' St Stephen's Green bandstand
Crowds gained access to the fenced off bandstand in the Dublin park yesterday.
# Parks
Fencing put around St Stephen's Green bandstand to protect from 'any further damage', OPW says
Sections of the Cork city quays will also be fenced off after “recent large public gatherings”.
# Dublin
Man brought to hospital after assault at St Stephen's Green
The man, 20s, was assaulted in the park around 4.40pm today.
# St Stephen's Screen
Council refuses digital screen at Stephen's Green claiming it would 'seriously injure' the look of the area
An application for a wraparound LED screen on a building on Frederick St and Dorset was also shot down last year.
# Dublin
Back to its roots: Shelbourne Hotel dropping iconic revolving doors in return to original entrance structure
The hotel said personal injury claims and more than 20 incidents prompted the move.
# St Stephen's Green
Teen who left young man with autism blind in one eye gets suspended sentence
The attack was videoed by several witnesses on their phones, which was used by Gardaí in their investigation.
# Green Line
Luas services suspended between St Stephen’s Green and Dawson Street after man is stabbed
A man in his 30s was stabbed at around 4am.
# off your feet
Celebs are obsessed with putting CBD cream on their feet. But why?
Mandy Moore slathered it on before the Golden Globes.
# St Stephen's Green
'It's only right': Standing down ceremony this Sunday for Hauntings Soldier that was vandalised
Minister Paul Kehoe confirmed today that there would be Defence Forces personnel and a piper in attendance.
# Double Take
Double Take: The bench in St Stephen's Green celebrating a little-known married couple
The story of social reformers, Anna and Thomas Haslam.
Luas back to full service following incident on the green line between St Stephen's Green and Balally
Gardaí are currently investigating the incident near Milltown
# thousands of euro
Couple used stolen credit card details to buy hotel stay, sex toys and other items
The defendants spent thousands of euro over a seven-day stay in the capital last December.
# Double Take
Double Take: The bronze bust celebrating a 19th-century Bengali poet in Stephen's Green
Rabindranath Tagore enjoys the city centre greenery.
# stalled
TGI Friday's secures High Court injunction as Dublin branch faces being 'put out of business'
The temporary injunction prevents the landlords from taking possession of the premises at Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre.
Grafton St busk piano up for auction to raise funds for Dublin Simon Community
The piano will go on display in St Stephens Green Shopping on Monday, and is open for bids until Christmas Eve.
# On track
Ding ding ding - the Luas has taken its first trip across O'Connell Bridge
Two Luas trams have made the first journeys on the new Luas Cross City route this morning.
# in sight out
10 stark images of homeless life are currently adorning the railings of St Stephen's Green
The free exhibit is the latest foray by the In Sight homeless photography project.
# serious assault
Appeal for information about St Stephen's Green attack
A man is in a critical but stable condition after being assaulted by a man on Sunday.
# serious assault
Woman seriously assaulted in St Stephen's Green this afternoon
A man has been arrested in relation to the assault and is being held at Pearse Street Garda Station.
# Hitting back
The contentious Dublin Christmas Market has a 100 per cent approval rate
According to a survey from the group that set it up … The Restaurants Association of Ireland have criticised it for an over-reliance on fast food operators.
# christmas in may
WTF is this thing doing in St Stephen's Green this morning?
Say it isn’t so. We can’t take it.
# changed utterly
It's a sign!: The Starbucks sign on the old Anglo HQ to be precise
There’s a new place to have a coffee in Dublin.
# Dublin
Changes to roads, taxi ranks, as latest Luas Cross City works begin
A number of taxi ranks will be affected by the works. Here are all the details.
# luas cross city
Luas works to allow for right turn from St Stephen's Green onto Merrion Row
The new turn will be operational from tomorrow, Dublin City Council has said.
# Dublin
Major changes due for St Stephen's Green traffic
There will be a new right turn at Merrion Row and onto St Stephen’s Green West.
Voices
Extract: From the roof of the College of Surgeons, the Volunteers watched the city burn
During the Easter Rising 1916, a small force of men and women fought against British soldiers from their posts in St Stephen’s Green and City Hall. In his new book, Paul O’Brien recounts their tragic and noble struggle to protect the newly proclaimed Irish Republic.
# Luas
Dublin: Delays on Luas green line due to tram failure
A tram failure at the Balally stop has led to the suspension of part of the Luas green line.
# NYE Dublin
PHOTOS: The Gathering kicks off with New Year's concert in Dublin
The year-long tourism drive began with the NYE Dublin festival at St Stephen’s Green and College Green.
# Law and Order
Cabinet approves plans to scrap up to 3,000 old and obsolete laws
A Bill being prepared by Brendan Howlin will repeal thousands of obsolete laws which were passed before Irish independence.
# Pay Day
Government to pay €1.25bn to Anglo bondholders today
The Taoiseach defended the payment in the Dáil yesterday as protests are set to take place in Dublin later today.
# Explainer
The story behind the giant banner on St Stephen's Green
You may have seen the picture of Abdulhadi Al Khawaja – but do you know why a three-storey-high banner of him is hanging from a building in the centre of Dublin?
# Luas
Services restored on Luas Green Line after gas leak disruption
# Metro North
Government denies €200m spent on Metro North is 'money down the drain'
A Labour TD described the decision to put the project on hold indefinitely as “dreadful” but Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore said we don’t have the money.
# Teresa Treacy
Protesters mass at ESB offices over Teresa Treacy jailing
More than 100 people gathered in Dublin calling for Ms Treacy’s release, including members of the Oireachtas.
# Dublin Zeppelin
NAMA distances itself from Dublin Zeppelin Port hoax in St Stephen's Green
Just as the dry ski-slope was a hoax that had nothing to do with NAMA, so to is the proposal to replace Dublin Bus to an Air Zeppelin transportation system in Dublin.