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# streets of dublin

Last year
‘It’s gone beyond a joke’: workers in Dublin's north city centre share concerns in wake of attack
Vigil held in memory of the 402 homeless people who died in Dublin since 2018
All time
'An example of how bad it can get': We counted 13 syringes down this tiny Dublin alleyway
Aussie police commander says injecting room changed Sydney 'drug capital' for the better
It's planned the first supervised injecting facility will open in 2017. So how did we get here?
Tony Duffin
Pictures: 12 fabulous shots of Dublin by one amateur photographer
How would a Dublin drug injecting room operate? We spoke to the boss of the Sydney centre
Dublin's drug laneways: One year on, the alleys are still littered with needles
Google team up with Colin Farrell to tell the story of the Rising...and it's wonderful
The needles on the cobbles are nothing new - but the human excrement is shocking
"You wonder - why are you on the street?": Pat Kenny spent a night examining the homelessness crisis
Just yards from the lattés and those craft beer bars ... dozens upon dozens of needles
Dubliners said goodbye to the Metro Herald today - and things got emotional