Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Settings | Sign in


Dublin city centre offices set for €20m replacement

Irish Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
Another Dublin city centre office block is to be demolished and replaced by a new-generation building designed to have a particular appeal as a top-of-the-market headquarters.
See realtime coverage

Dublin's James McCarthy unfazed by imminent road trip

Irish Times - ‎7 hours ago‎
One of the big compensations for Dublin, as their championship season begins next Saturday, considering the loss of two All Stars from their defence the form of James McCarthy.
See realtime coverage

Dublin Riverfest 2016: Elegant tall ships sail into the capital

Dublin Live - ‎17 hours ago‎
An impressive fleet of tall ships and other vessels will descend on Dublin over the Bank Holiday weekend for the Dublin Port Riverfest. Over 65,000 visitors are expected to visit North Wall Quay for three days of maritime fun that will give a €1 ...

Crane survey: Dublin crane count reaches 45

Irish Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
Forty-five construction cranes were visible over the centre of Dublin from the seventh floor of The Irish Times building on Tara Street yesterday.
See realtime coverage

A Dublin photographer captured Harry the gorilla in the clouds saying goodbye to the Phoenix Park

Irish Examiner - ‎20 hours ago‎
After a short illness, Harry, the Western lowland gorilla at Dublin Zoo, died yesterday morning 29th May. Harry, the 'silverback', was the leader of Dublin Zoo's gorilla troop. Harry was 29 years old and during his time at the Zoo he fathered 6 offspring.
See realtime coverage

This 100-year-old Dublin hero may be one of the oldest surviving firefighters in the world

Dublin Live - ‎14 hours ago‎
Harry O'Keefe is said to be one of the oldest surviving firefighters in the world as he recently celebrated his 100th birthday.
See realtime coverage

Appeal over pregnant teenager missing from Dublin - ‎17 hours ago‎
An appeal has been issued to trace a pregnant 17-year-old girl missing from Rathfarnham in Dublin. Antonesa Hasani was last seen on the afternoon of 15 May in Rathfarnham.

Here are the last 10 times Dublin footballers played outside Croke Park

Irish Examiner - ‎7 hours ago‎
The annual Cat Laughs festival takes place this weekend although it's not at Dublin's expense as they play their first championship game outside Croke Park since 2006.
See realtime coverage

UFC: Dublin stadium show without McGregor "not a bad...

Newstalk 106-108 fm - ‎18 hours ago‎
"We've sold out the two shows in Dublin in record time, even when the card was decimated through injuries in October - the fans still turned out and supported us really well.
See realtime coverage

Airline chiefs touch down in Dublin for IATA meeting

Irish Independent - ‎5 hours ago‎
1 Christoph Mueller, chief executive officer of Malaysian Airline System. Newly-appointed Minister for Transport Shane Ross will make the first keynote address at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) annual general meeting in Dublin this ...

Italian man living in Dublin given suspended sentence for brutal assault of ex-girlfriend in front of their child

Dublin Live - ‎3 hours ago‎
An Italian man who savagely assaulted his ex-girlfriend in front of their child has avoided jail time due to his lack of English. Davide Sanfillipo (30) attacked the woman and tore out parts of her hair on the day of their child's christening ...

This Is Hands Down The Best Park In Dublin When The Sun Shines

Lovin Dublin - ‎May 31, 2016‎
What I love most about my job is that I get to find all the new places in the city. There isn't a day that goes by when I'm not blown away by hidden corners of Dublin, or nooks and crannies that - somehow - I've been missing for all these years. With ...

5 Perfect Summer Lunch Dishes To Devour In Dublin On This Dreamy Day

Lovin Dublin - ‎32 minutes ago‎
5 Perfect Summer Lunch Dishes To Devour In Dublin On This Dreamy Day. From falafel to jerk chicken - we've got you sorted.

WATCH: 360° documentary lets viewers explore a soon-to-be-demolished Dublin flat complex - ‎10 hours ago‎
A NEW DOCUMENTARY shot with a 360° camera records the lives and the memories of the few remaining residents of a flat complex in Dublin city. The Last Days of The Flats is an RTÉ Prime Time documentary exploring the O'Devaney Gardens flats ...

Boy (3) who fractured foot at Dublin creche awarded €12000

Irish Times - ‎18 hours ago‎
Ms Bohan noticed Aaron was limping and the next day he attended the Accident and Emergency Department of Children's University Hospital, Temple Street in Dublin, where X-rays revealed a fracture to his foot. Aaron sued the creche through his mother, Ms ...

Farrow & Ball shop in Dublin 2 at €450000

Irish Times - ‎3 minutes ago‎
Hooke & McDonald is quoting €450,000 for a fine retail premises rented by the noted paint company Farrow & Ball adjacent to Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin 2. The premises at the busy junction of High Street and Thomas Street forms part of a former ...

The night German war planes bombed Dublin

Irish Examiner - ‎May 30, 2016‎
Two German aircraft bombed Dublin shortly after midnight on May 31, 1941. They had apparently become disorientated while on a bombing mission over either the Mersey, or the Bristol area, both of which were bombed that night.

Five amazing things to do in Dublin today

Dublin Live - ‎3 hours ago‎
Wednesday doesn't have to be depressing though - make some plans for after work or take advantage of your day off with our top ideas for things to do in Dublin today! Take in some rays and relax at the park, or if it's a bit too hot for you, soak up ...
See realtime coverage

Dublin Zoo on hunt for new silverback gorilla to control troop after death of leader Harry

Irish Mirror - ‎17 hours ago‎
The global hunt is on to find a new silverback gorilla to lead the troop at Dublin Zoo following the sudden death of Harry.
See realtime coverage

Dublin councillors seek to restrict apartment heights

Irish Times - ‎May 29, 2016‎
Plans to increase the height of apartment buildings that can be constructed in Dublin city could be blocked by councillors through proposed changes to the city development plan.