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# Dublin 7

Last month
November 2023
Man charged over serious assault in Stoneybatter on Saturday night
The man is due to appear in court over the incident this morning.
This year
Man arrested after €100k of cannabis and replica guns seized from Dublin home
Drug paraphernalia and a decommissioned firearm were also seized from the property.
Man in critical condition in hospital after incident involving number of people in Dublin
The incident happened at around 8.20pm on Mountjoy Street in Dublin 7.
Judge orders arrest of Revolutionary Housing League members occupying Dublin city building
The ‘attachment’ order was granted in favour of the Cabhrú Housing Association, which provides housing for older persons.
Last year
Man arrested in connection with incident where baby was left on side of road after car stolen
The incident took place in Dublin 7 last Sunday.
Redevelopment of historic Dublin fruit and veg market opens for tender after three year delay
The impressive city centre market has been empty since 2019 and has fallen victim to vandalism.
All time
Girl (12) missing from Dublin 7 found safe and well
Chloe Lawrence had been missing since Friday.
Residents question why public barred from Dublin city park maintained by Council and owned by religious order
Dublin City Council maintains the private park in Dublin 7.
Plans lodged for €400 million redevelopment of O'Devaney Gardens on Dublin's northside
Bartra is due to sell half the homes on the site to Dublin City Council for social housing and affordable purchase housing.
Teenage boy missing from Dublin 7 found safe and well
The teenage had been missing since Wednesday.
Three men charged after €57,500 drugs seizure in Dublin 7
Gardaí from the Bridewell District searched the premises at approximately 2:30pm yesterday.
Gardaí say missing Dublin man found safe and well
Patrick O’Shea been missing since Tuesday.
'A private company is not a community service': Council asks for ideas on how to redevelop Fruit & Vegetable Market amid Councillor concerns
The Fruit & Vegetable Market, located off Capel Street on Dublin’s Northside, closed last year after 127 years of wholesale trading.
Two housing bodies appointed as O'Devaney Gardens redevelopment set to progress next week
Tuath and Circle Housing Association have been selected by the Council to negotiate with Bartra after Councillors last year approved a last-minute deal.
Man (20) re-arrested over attempted abduction in Dublin
The woman managed to flee the scene and the car drove away towards the city centre.
Man arrested after gardaí seized €140k worth of heroin during stop and search operation
The seizure was made in the Arbour Hill area of Dublin this afternoon.
'This is a battle over the future of public housing': Councillors set for showdown over O'Devaney Gardens
Bartra has been contracted to build 768 houses and apartments on the site.
Dublin City Council takes legal action against man over nuisance pigeons in Stoneybatter
The council had erected a number of signs in the area which state: “Do Not Feed Pigeons Or Other Birds By Order.”
Councillors green light O'Devaney Gardens redevelopment after developer offers up 'affordable-rentals'
Councillors voted this evening on a deal with developer Bartra Capital.
Appeal launched to help find 64-year-old man missing from Dublin since Wednesday
William Cahill was last seen on the North Circular Road in Dublin 7.
Smithfield's homelessness tour guide: 'Most locals don't get to talk to anybody who is homeless'
Shane Howell hopes his tour might help shine a light on the contrasts that exist in this corner of the city.
Gardaí thank public after missing 48-year-old Dublin man found
The man was found by Gardaí on Friday.
'Horrible vandalism of a peculiar kind': Church leaders make direct appeal for return of mummy's head
Catholic and Church of Ireland archbishops surveyed the damage this morning.
Woman found dead on grounds of Dublin church
A post-mortem is due to take place later today.
'If this goes ahead, we'll go out of business': Planning appeal for protected structures in Dublin 7
A company wants to convert the sites on Blessington Street into an aparthotel, but locals aren’t keen on the idea.
Squatters who 'broke into' pensioner's home ordered to vacate premises by Wednesday
Peter Herron claimed to have a legal right to live in the property because he had possession of it.
Woman in her 40s questioned after almost 28,000 cigarettes destined for Moore St seized in house
Investigations are ongoing with a view to prosecution.
Man arrested over shots fired in Hutch-Kinahan feud
On 2 September 2016, a number of shots were fired into a home at Drumalee Park, Dublin 7.
'Mindless violence': Cars and house damaged by early morning fire in Dublin
A local councillor said the cars “appear to have been set alight in an act of mindless violence, just feet away from terraced houses while people slept”.
Two men appear in court in relation to €83,000 drug seizure
The men were arrested in the Dublin 7 area yesterday.
Hundreds take part in protest outside controversial crisis pregnancy clinic
Health Minister Simon Harris said yesterday he was “sickened” by the undercover footage.
Two brand new retro-looking restaurants have opened in Smithfield, and they look unreal
Anyone for hoagies?
A new Repeal mural has just appeared in Dublin 7
Two replica banners have been unveiled in Blackhall Place.
5 excellent places to grab brunch in Dublin 7
Hungry in Stoneybatter? Look no further than these five spots.
Father and son drown in stream as they visit relatives for Easter eggs
Sean ‘Curly’ Sweeney and his three-year-old son died yesterday afternoon in Ashington.
Off-duty garda faces down and disarms gun-wielding raider
The garda – a recent Templemore graduate – was threatened at gunpoint after he identified himself as an officer.
21 of the most Stoneybatter things that have ever happened
Dublin’s answer to Primrose Hill.
Missing Dublin teen located safe and well
He was last seen on North King Street in Dublin.
Four men charged over car boot incident told to stay away from Stoneybatter
The incident occurred yesterday on Harold Road in Dublin 7.
Residents 'sceptical' on plans to re-open Love/Hate flats
An ambitious regeneration plan for the decaying social housing complex was officially scrapped two years ago due to lack of funds.