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# dublin - Today’s News

11-year-old girl struck by car in south Dublin suburb last night

She is receiving treatment at Crumlin Children’s Hospital today.

'What the f**k do you think we're here for?': Woman says Tinder date raped her in mountains

The woman said the accused left her on an isolated rural road before returning and raping her.

The East Link Bridge in Dublin was stuck upright for nearly an hour this morning

The bridge malfunctioned and went into fail safe mode, causing it to descend very, very slowly.

'When you concrete over nature, it's not going to come back'

A group objecting to plans for Dublin’s Hellfire Club is to meet at the site this Sunday.

# dublin - Yesterday’s News

'We're privileged to be electing the next party leader and the next Taoiseach' Round One This post contains a poll

'We're privileged to be electing the next party leader and the next Taoiseach'

Simon Coveney and Leo Varadkar went head-to-head in the first Fine Gael husting.

Five acres of Dublin school grounds to be sold by religious order

“It feels like the school’s being stripped back,” one parent said.

Man and woman arrested as gardaí seize €360k worth of cannabis in Balbriggan

A search was conducted by gardaí tackling organised crime.

'It's not fair on our children - one classroom is so stuffy it's nicknamed the headache room'

Ballinteer Educate Together National School is sharing space with another school, despite having 230 pupils.

# dublin - Wednesday 24 May, 2017

Council defends plan to use former Bargaintown store to house homeless people

The Dublin Region Homeless Executive says it is dealing with an unprecedented homeless crisis.

Diageo gets the go-ahead to build €25 million whiskey distillery in Dublin city

The distillery will be used for its new premium blended Irish whiskey, Roe & Co.

Portmarnock restaurant closed and investigation launched into salmonella outbreak

An outbreak control team has been formed and the investigation is ongoing.

From The Daily Edge This veterinary hospital in Dublin is looking for a 'cat cuddler' to join their team Just Cats

# dublin - Tuesday 23 May, 2017

Plan to use former Bargaintown warehouse for homeless families slammed

“It’s not a solution long or short-term.”

Massive search off Howth coast after reports of person in trouble

Over 40 people were involved in the search effort.

Garda tells court he was hit by can of Red Bull during Jobstown protest

The judge told the jury this morning that she was discharging the female juror.

Gardaí locate teen missing since Friday

The teen went missing in Dublin.

Two men arrested and gardaí recover €900,000 as part of money laundering operation

Gardaí arrested the men (aged 31 and 67) this morning.

# dublin - Monday 22 May, 2017

From The42 Suspension rules Philly McMahon out of Dublin's championship opener Punishment

Suspension rules Philly McMahon out of Dublin's championship opener

The Dublin defender has been hit with a one-match ban relating to the Allianz League final defeat to Kerry.

Luas not operating between Blackhorse and The Point due to technical fault

There was no immediate information as to when the service would resume.

# dublin - Sunday 21 May, 2017

Man (20s) arrested over homophobic graffiti chalked on walls of The George

The pub’s exterior was vandalised early yesterday morning with homophobic graffiti.

# dublin - Saturday 20 May, 2017

'It's impossible to get any rest': Dublin residents frustrated at late-night Luas works Luas Cross City This post contains videos

'It's impossible to get any rest': Dublin residents frustrated at late-night Luas works

Construction on the Luas Cross City has been ongoing in Dublin since early 2013.

Airbnb is now listing activities for tourists travelling to Dublin

Airbnb’s Experiences platform has launched in the capital.

Dublin gay bar The George vandalised with homophobic, Nazi graffiti

The graffiti was first reported just after 10am this morning.

Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project

Ires Reit had hoped to build more than 460 apartments at the partially developed Rockbrook site.

# dublin - Friday 19 May, 2017

Superintendent denies being 'part of conspiracy to pervert course of justice', trial hears

Solidarity TD Paul Murphy and six other men are charged with falsely imprisoning Joan Burton and her advisor.

Hotel security guard sacked for showing guest CCTV footage of her engaging in sexual act

The man unsuccessfully sued for unfair dismissal.

Man in his 30s appears in court over dissident Republican activity

A second man remains in custody.

School pitches that are to be sold by Christian Brothers are zoned for housing

The decision to sell off the pitches has been described as “completely unacceptable”.

More than a quarter of homes in Poolbeg will be social and affordable housing

The deal was made between the city council, Department of Housing and the developers.

Man who crashed car after taking six ecstasy tablets jailed for two years

Anthony Ward (26) drove the car at night with the lights switched off at speeds of up to 160 km/hr.

From poisoned chalice to top of the table, is Leo Varadkar destined to be Taoiseach? Dublin West This post contains videos

From poisoned chalice to top of the table, is Leo Varadkar destined to be Taoiseach?

The Social Protection Minister could succeed Enda Kenny as leader of Fine Gael … and the country.

# dublin - Thursday 18 May, 2017

Two men arrested as part of investigation into dissident Republicanism

Both men are aged in their 30s.

Gardaí seize almost €800,000 worth of cannabis in two operations

The operations took place in the west of the city.

Firefighters respond to fire above Lush on Henry Street

Five units of the fire brigade are responding to reports of smoke coming from the premises.

# dublin - Wednesday 17 May, 2017

Man slashed in the face in afternoon attack on Vicar Street

The incident happened at 12.30pm this afternoon.

Gardaí ordered to leave water charges protest because some were armed, trial told

“You were being pushed around. You couldn’t stand still. I was being punched continually.”

Dublin to Cork train delayed after vehicle hits bridge

The delay is due to a vehicle hitting a bridge between Limerick Junction and Charleville.

Man gets 14 months in prison for stealing 'hot pants' delivery from truck

Noel Dempsey was seen on CCTV robbing a truck and driving off.

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