# dublin - Yesterday’s News
A wreath was laid outside the steps of the GPO with the Proclamation of the Republic also read out.
The device was found in the Glenshane of Jobstown.
The man entered the store in Artane armed with a bladed implement.
There are special shoes, for instance… Hands up who knew there were special shoes?
# dublin - Saturday 19 April, 2014
The council’s homeless executive admitted it’s spending more than it would like placing families in hotels because of the demand on services but said that’s better than leaving them on the streets.
A late free gave Dublin a one-point victory in the All-Ireland under-21 semi-final.
Holiday of a lifetime.
Dessie Farrell’s under-21 side needed a late pointed free to take their place alongside Roscommon in the final.
The 88-year-old had been missing since this afternoon.
Dublin and Cavan fought out a close contest for the right to face Roscommon in the final. Here’s how it unfolded.
The billionaire was in town this week and the crowd loved her. But what makes Sheryl Sandberg the rock star of the business world.
# dublin - Friday 18 April, 2014
Major drug gang dismantled after gardaí seize machine gun and drugs in multi-million euro sting operation
Drugs worth an estimated €5 million were discovered in raids carried out across Dublin and Meath.
The man has been taken to St James’s Hospital following today’s incident at the Phoenix Park and is believed to be making a good recovery.
Minister Jimmy Deenihan’s hoping they’d get along with the Dublin deer, and says his officials are looking into the suggestion.
15 million was allocated for the scheme.
Blood, battle cries and graphic art.
# dublin - Thursday 17 April, 2014
Gardaí thanked the public for its assistance.
It’s not bad looking, all the same.
The video also shows there were near misses for a number of pedestrians at the crossroads at the time of the incident.
Two men were arrested and have since been released.
The man and woman were arrested following an attempted robbery at the filling station on Usher Quay in Dublin.
# dublin - Wednesday 16 April, 2014
Dublin is now a more modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan city, but senseless violence also breaks out on the streets of the capital – we can’t ignore that.
Bank Holiday Monday sorted.
You’ll never feel like an eejit again.
The Dublin Civil Defence team will take ownership of the dog later today.
# dublin - Tuesday 15 April, 2014
The 16-year-old went missing this afternoon while out swimming with friends.
Window cleaner John O’Regan was shot by a lone male who was wearing a high vis jacket and a baseball cap. The attacker then cycled away.
See the smoke over Marino today? Don’t worry, it was just Dublin’s newest firefighters showing off their skills
25 Dublin Fire Brigade recruits were climbing towers and cutting cars open in the Marino sunshine this afternoon…
More than 3,000 are attending a demonstration organised by Wind Aware Ireland.
Jobfairy, at your service.
# dublin - Monday 14 April, 2014
The plan is back on the agenda after being shelved in 2006.
FIFPro members begin two-day talks before a visit to Aras an Uachtarain tomorrow.
# dublin - Sunday 13 April, 2014
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan paint a picture of the characters of the capital.
Two early goals had propelled the Rebels into a commanding position, but Dublin responded with 2 – 13 in the second half.
Did the statue to ‘yer man in Fairview ever get his head glued back on? Where is ‘Floozie in the Jacuzzi’ these days?… And what on Earth is ‘Nightmare on Duck Street’?
Liverpool v City, Masters Sunday or something else entirely?
# dublin - Saturday 12 April, 2014
The protest is being organised by the youth committees of a number of unions with two MEP hopefuls involved.
The horse show it wasn’t at the RDS today.
Churches around Dublin city centre are opening for over eight hours today. Catholics are being urged to come along, even if its been decades since their last confession.