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Suspended sentence for woman who held cannabis and cocaine

A DUBLIN woman who held over €21,000 of cannabis and cocaine to offset a “hash” debt has received a two and a half year...

Book of condolences for Maureen O’ Hara to open in Ranelagh

A BOOK of condolences will be opened at Ranelagh Arts Centre tomorrow following the death of movie legend Maureen O’Hara, who passed away over...

Two people rescued by RNLI off east pier in Dun Laoghaire

TWO people were rescued by the RNLI lifeboats at Dun Laoghaire last night after the boat they were on became snagged on lobster pots...

Garda seek witnesses after car collides with Luas in Drimnagh

GARDAÍ are investigating a road traffic collision which occurred at the junction of Suir Road and Davitt Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12, last night at...

Gorgeous Georgia gets support of local business

A SOUTHSIDE family’s quest to build a sensory room and soft play area in Oatfield Avenue in Clondalkin for children who suffer from difficulties...

Gateway to the city

WHAT has been described as a “visionary development” of the city’s Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin 2 has been given the green light. Planning...

Global healthcare firm creates 140 jobs

IT WAS a ‘día muy bueno’ on the Southside last week as a major investment by a Spanish company will see the creation of...

Dalkey man threatened to let off flare in local Garda Station

A MAN who tried to push a flare through the hatch in a lobby of a Garda station threatening to “let it off” has...

Hatchet man robbed post office and doctors surgery

A MAN who raided his local post office and a doctor's surgery six weeks after being released from a 10-year jail term for robbery...

Man punched woman 72 in face on her way home from mass

A FATHER of two who punched a 72-year-old woman on her way home from mass has been jailed for two and a half years. Andrew...

Fireman to run marathon blindfolded

FIREMAN Padraig (aka Podge) Thompson is calling on fellow Dublin City Marathon participants and spectators to guide him as he attempts to run this...

Donncha in appeal to Dublin City shoppers

UNICEF ambassador and Irish rugby star, Donncha O’Callaghan, has appealed to families to join with Dunnes Stores, Supervalu and other leading outlets in Dublin...
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