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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Terenure

This week
26th November 2023 - 29th November 2023
FactCheck: False claims the army was deployed during Dublin City riots seen millions of times
A photo from Terenure was used to bolster the claim by far-right activists and an Open Source Intelligence account.
Last year
Leaders Dublin University set to face UCD as Terenure host Cork
Meanwhile, Blackrock v Galwegians is among the standout ties in the All-Ireland League Women’s Division.
Planning refused for 364 unit build-to-rent apartment on Terenure College lands
Dublin City Council has refused planning permission due to transportation issues connected to the scheme.
Clontarf survive frantic Terenure finish to claim AIL crown
The eagerly-awaited Dublin derby drew an attendance of 5,788, a record crowd for an AIL final at the Aviva Stadium.
'The atmosphere at our games is like something you'd get at a pro game'
Ex-Munster and Leicester back row Jordan Coghlan has loved his AIL return with Terenure.
Terenure College make history by reaching AIL decider for the first time
Terenure will meet Clontarf in the decider.
All time
Man dies after collision between motorcycle and car in Dublin
The driver of the motorcycle, a man aged in his 30s, was pronounced dead at the scene.
'I was certainly quite a rare item in Japan at 6ft 5ins with red hair'
Irishman Mark Egan had great success as a rugby player in Japan and now works for the JRFU.
Appeal to find teenage boy missing from Dublin since Saturday
Jawad Hamani (17) is missing from the Templeogue area of Dublin 6W.
Ex-Ireland U20 prop Trenier signs for Premiership club Harlequins
The 26-year-old tighthead has spent the past three seasons in the Championship.
Man (30s) arrested in relation to fatal house fire in Dublin almost two years ago
A 44-year-old man died due to the injuries he sustained in the fire.
Missing Dublin woman Lorna Neary found safe and well
Neary had been missing from her home in Dublin but has now been located.
Have you seen Leonard? Appeal for 17-year-old missing from Dublin
The teenager is missing from the Templeogue area of Dublin since Wednesday.
Reigning champions Cork Con edge Munster derby and new boys run Terenure close as AIL kicks off in style
Elsewhere, Lansdowne beat UCD as the 2019/20 Energia All-Ireland League got underway this weekend.
Warning signs ordered for pond in Dublin's Bushy Park after dog killed by swan
The dog was swimming in the duck pond near a group of swans and cygnets when it was attacked.
Investigation underway after aggravated burglary at elderly couple's home in Dublin
The three men left the scene in a small white van.
Baby who saw mother covered in blood after incident at rugby club awarded €20k damages
A judge heard the incident and injuries to his mother had been a very frightening experience for the child.
Coolican leads commanding Gonzaga performance to see off Terenure
The Ranelagh school dominated territory, but were made to work for their place in the semi-finals.
Gardaí seize €500,000 worth of heroin and cocaine at house in south Dublin
A 47-year-old man was arrested at the house yesterday evening.
Here's how much a home in Terenure costs in 2018
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Your guide to Terenure: Victorian grandeur around a proper old village centre
And birthplace of James Joyce’s ma.
Man charged over pharmacy robberies in south Dublin
The two robberies took place over three days this month.
Man arrested in relation to fatal Dublin fire released without charge
Gardaí are investigating how the fire started.
Army bomb squad called to Terenure after donor accidentally handed in 'grenade'
The device is not thought to be viable.
10 iconic lines from ads that no Irish person will ever be able to forget
For better or for worse.
Man and woman charged over 'frightening' aggravated burglary in Terenure
A man in his 60s was forced to withdraw money from his bank account following a raid at his home.
Man taken from home twice and forced to withdraw cash from ATM and bank in Terenure
Two people have been arrested in connection with the burglary.
Man who admitted beating 62-year-old to death jailed for five years
Juries were unable to agree a verdict on murder charges against Gary Walsh in two trials.
Cyclist seriously injured after being struck by lorry in south Dublin
The man is being treated at St James’ Hospital.
Motorcyclist (30s) dies after bike hit wall this morning in Terenure
In a separate incident, two men were taken to hospital following a three-car crash in Rathcoole.
Female cyclist dies after being knocked off her bike by a lorry in Dublin 6 this afternoon
She was pronounced dead at Tallaght Hospital this afternoon.
Clinical Terenure see off Kilkenny in Senior Cup opening round
Tries in either half by wingers Zak Vaughan and Luke Murnaghan proved decisive this afternoon at Castle Avenue.
Dublin Bikes scheme set to be expanded to areas on city outskirts
Dublin City Council has agreed on advertising sites to allow for the expansion of the scheme which is expected to take place before next summer.
Lansdowne power top of the table and all the rest of the weekend's UBL action
Young Munster produced an impressive display with a little help from a raucous crowd in Cork.
Smeeth's Trinity surprise Terenure on opening night of Ulster Bank League
Dublin University made a winning return to Division 1A.
Gardaí chase man armed with two knives after failed robbery attempt
The 21-year-old was arrested and charged.
Woman who fraudulently claimed €100,000 in sister's benefits caught out by her ringing phone
The court heard that the Dublin pensioner had been collecting the social welfare for 20 years.
Irish amateur boxer jailed for assaulting drug dealer during drugs robbery
He also threatened to put a bullet in the head of the man’s mother.
Clinical Terenure see off late St Mary’s challenge
The Dublin 6 rivals went head to head in the Leinster Schools Senior Cup this afternoon.
Young woman assaulted by 'thin, pale man with pock-marked skin'
The aggravated burglary happened yesterday morning.