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Outdoor pool to form part of new plan for George's Dock after white water rafting idea scrapped
Plans for a €23m white water rafting facility were previously shelved for the site.
Jury in Urantsetseg Tserendorj murder trial wants to know height of deceased and accused
The jury also asked for the definition of murder and manslaughter.
Irish arm of large US financial firm fined €10.78 million over 'serious systemic' breaches
BNY Mellon Fund Services also provided “inaccurate and misleading information” to the Central Bank.
Three Irish-registered firms linked to Russian banks or people who've been sanctioned, says Taoiseach
Micheál Martin was speaking in response to a question from Catherine Murphy TD.
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15-year-old accused of murdering woman in IFSC attack sent for trial to Central Criminal Court
The incident happened in January as the mother-of-two walked home from work.
Teen accused of fatally stabbing woman in IFSC to face Central Criminal Court on other charges
The other offences include alleged robbery, threat to kill or cause serious harm and production of a knife while attempting robbery.
Boy (15) charged with murder of woman in Dublin in January
Urantsetseg Tserendorj (48) died following an attack in Dublin’s IFSC on 20 January last.
Gardaí renew appeal for information over violent death of Urantsetseg Tserendorj near the IFSC in Dublin
They are particularly appealing to the driver of a silver Toyota Prius taxi which was in the area at the time.
Woman stabbed at IFSC in Dublin last month has died
Urantsetseg Tserendorj (48) was pronounced dead at the Mater University Hospital today.
Teen charged with knife attack on woman in Dublin's IFSC could face further charges
The incident happened at 9.30pm near the CHQ building at Custom House Quay on 20 January.
Teenage boy in custody over knife attack on woman in Dublin
The woman remains in a critical condition in hospital.
Boy charged over serious assault on woman in Dublin city
The woman remains in hospital in a serious condition.
Teen arrested after woman left in serious condition following assault in Dublin city centre
Gardaí are asking anyone with information to come forward.
Woman stabbed in IFSC area of Dublin on her way home from work
She is in a serious condition.
Poll: Should councillors rescind support for white water rafting facility in Dublin?
The project has sustained significant backlash in recent weeks.
Councillors to consider rescinding their support for white water rafting facility in Dublin
If the motion passes it will see the project shelved after originally getting the green light form councillors last month.
A 'bit of a joke' or a 'big idea for the city'? Councillors defend decision to back Dublin's white-water rafting attraction
The €22m project is expected to take 18 months to complete and development is expected to get under way next year.
Councillors vote in favour of €22 million white-water rafting facility in Dublin's IFSC
Dublin Fire Brigade addressed Councillors in the council chamber this evening.
'I left feeling like s**t': AIB criticised for 'presuming' Irish woman was international student
Sarah* (20) was born in Ireland to Chinese parents. She now attends the National College of Ireland (NCI).
Russian bank collapse: Fictitious assets, hidden losses and the role of the IFSC
Cillian Doyle reveals how Ireland’s shadow banking sector hid massive losses, triggering one of the most costly bank bailouts in Russian history.
A whitewater kayaking course is planned for Dublin's financial centre
An outdoor pool is also possible under the €15 million development.
Evening Poll: Should there be a kayak course in the middle of Dublin's IFSC?
Plans are in place for it to be completed by 2020.
Companies with HQs in the IFSC have a 'duty to give back' to north inner city, says minister
The Taoiseach also said he is confident the gardaí will bring an end to the Hutch-Kinahan feud.
Dublin Fire Brigade heroically save man who went into water at IFSC
The man is in hospital.
Dublin's central business district is about to get a major upgrade
It is thought that 2,000 construction jobs will be created throughout the project.
Dublin Fire Brigade has rescued two people who went for a swim in the Liffey
At around 3.30pm today, a man seeking to cool off jumped into the Liffey at the IFSC in Dublin; minutes later another dived in near Temple Bar.
Is Ireland a one-trick pony by enticing corporations with low taxes?
Cillian Doyle says Ireland is a tax haven and we should change our ways before the decisions are taken out of our hands.
American accused of $14.5 million swindle once set up shop in Dublin
The story of a businessman who once set up shop in the Digital Hub, and now faces a possible 120-year jail sentence.
Eddie Rocket's to create 50 new jobs with new fast-food franchise
Two new restaurants will offer more of a fast-food experience and will be named simply ‘Rocket’s’.
In pictures: How to overhaul an Irish tallship in 8 easy* steps
*Actual steps may not be easy.
The Celtic Tiger bridge that wouldn't open because of a lost remote control
The Sean O’Casey Bridge is operated via remote control – but officials apparently lost the device in an office move. It’s now operational again…
Sold! Hibernia's city centre empire grows with €37.8m IFSC deal
The pre-Nama history of the building includes figures such as Lar Bradshaw and David Quinlan.
The IFSC is poised to swoop if US banks go cool on London
Dublin could profit – but don’t expect skyscrapers lining the quays.
Sold! €90 million deal for two IFSC office blocks
The buyer is domestic real estate player Hibernia, which has invested over €330 million in Irish commercial property this year.
Is a Robin Hood tax a good idea for Ireland?
Two experts run the rule over the Financial Transaction Tax for
Bank credit to businesses continues to fall
The latest Central Bank review says that there is tight lending conditions for businesses.
Taxi driver whose car was hijacked speaks of "deep sympathy" for crash victims' families
Matthew Ilori’s taxi was stolen at knifepoint at the weekend. Moments later, two men in their 20s died when the car crashed at speed into a bridge on the Dublin quays.
CHQ building in Dublin's docklands is sold for €10 million
The building was redeveloped by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority in 2005 for €45 million.
Column: Getting financial advice is a good idea, but check the small print
High commissions charged by financial advisors means there is always a conflict of interest when dealing with clients and many are far too well paid for their efforts, writes David Quinn.
Former Taoiseach's comments on financial regulation gave MEP 'the shivers'
At a conference last week Bruton said there should be less regulation of the IFSC.