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Dublin Airport capacity issues could hurt expansion - Walsh

Irish Times - ‎7 hours ago‎
Bottlenecks at Dublin Airport could threaten its long-term expansion plans, according to the chief executive of Aer Lingus's owner, Willie Walsh.
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Kennedy Wilson bets on suburban Dublin offices

Irish Independent - ‎13 hours ago‎
Kennedy Wilson Europe has agreed terms to buy the Chase Building in Sandyford for €62.5m and will spend another €14.4m on three office buildings at Blackrock Business Park in Co Dublin. It has also taken over a site in Stillorgan. The deals mark ...

Court hears Twink hopes to 'resume full monthly mortgage repayments' on Dublin home

Irish Independent - ‎2 hours ago‎
Following difficulties in serving Agnew with the legal proceedings Judge Jacqueline Linnane last year granted leave for him to be served at his place of work, the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, at 163 Rathmines Road, Dublin. Ms Connaughton-Deeny ...
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Hoarder's body lay undiscovered for weeks in Dublin flat

Irish Independent - ‎22 hours ago‎
The body of Daniel Curtain of O'Brien Hall, Gardiner Street, Dublin 1 was found in a badly decomposed state in an apartment next door on September 18 2014.

Award-winning scheme overlooks Dublin Bay

Irish Independent - ‎13 hours ago‎
Built by MKN Property Group, a family business with a long history of building residential developments on Dublin's northside, Seascape is set amidst a landscaped garden on the Clontarf Road.

Dublin through the lens of homelessness

Irish Times - ‎5 hours ago‎
Ramblin' Rose, who is in her late 60s, is one of some 45 people in Dublin who are either homeless or on the fringes of homelessness who were given disposable cameras and invited to use them to record what they saw on their daily wanderings.
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Youth charged with serious assault in Dublin - ‎5 hours ago‎
Gardaí have charged a 16-year-old youth following a serious assault in Dublin earlier in the week. He is due to appear before the Children Court, in Smithfield this morning.

Scam saw US surgeon smuggle €100k of cocaine into Dublin

Irish Independent - ‎7 hours ago‎
Dr Carlos Cruz Soriano (76), inset left, began responding to phishing emails after becoming isolated following his retirement from a "glittering career", Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard. The scammers told him a long lost relative had died and he ...

Dublin food supplier fined after fatal workplace accident - ‎37 minutes ago‎
A Dublin food supplier has been fined €200,000 after a man died in an accident at the company's premises. Robert Ceremuga - a warehouse supervisor at V F Cold Stores - died when a loaded racking fell on him on November 28, 2013 in Finglas.
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Man stabbed at Dublin concert settles case against organisers - ‎May 5, 2016‎
A man who was one of a number of people stabbed and beaten up at a Swedish House Mafia concert in Dublin's Phoenix Park four years ago has settled his €60,000 damages claim against the organisers.

VIDEO: Experience a different Dublin this summer season

The Sunday Business Post - ‎22 hours ago‎
From rock-climbing in Dalkey Quarry to sailing in Malahide or simply a long scenic walk, there's something for everyone looking to get outdoors this season.
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Four on the market: Period homes in Dublin 6

Irish Independent - ‎5 hours ago‎
Oaklands Terrace is part of a little warren of early 20th-century houses between Terenure Road North and Brighton Road. Number 32 is a little bigger than its neighbours, as it was the residence of the man who built the street, John Hanna.

One of Dublin's most beloved off-licences has closed after 107 years, and people are devastated - ‎8 hours ago‎
DEVENEY'S OF RATHMINES, one of Dublin's most beloved off-licences, has shut up shop after 107 years. Deveney's announced the sad news on their Facebook last week and attributed the closure to having to “bend to socio-economic realities”.

Going out? Try this cosy pubaurant in Dublin city centre

Irish Times - ‎2 hours ago‎
Marcel's on Dublin's Merrion Row is a strange creature. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the pubaurant: half-pub, half-restaurant.

Ads prove 'welcome distraction' for 75% of Dublin commuters

Irish Times - ‎6 hours ago‎
Some 500 passengers on the Dublin rail network were interviewed for the Right Track research study undertaken by Millward Brown on behalf of Exterion and Kinetic.
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Dublin fire crews bring separate blazes under control - ‎May 5, 2016‎
Several units of the Dublin Fire Brigade were called to tackle a major gorse fire in the Dublin mountains last night.

Thousands book tickets to experience the genius of Leonardo in Dublin

Sunday Business Post - ‎9 hours ago‎
With those words, President Michael D Higgins officially launched the highly anticipated exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci drawings at the National Gallery of Ireland on Dublin Wednesday night, in front of a large and receptive audience. Wine and canapes ...

Tourism increasing as Dublin is viewed as 'safer' than terror-attack cities

Dublin Live - ‎22 hours ago‎
Tourism is on the rise in Ireland because holiday-makers are staying away from terror-threat locations, experts say. The Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC) has warned that more hotels must be built to cope with the demand, particularly in Dublin.

Dublin Archbishop wants anti-Mafia-style laws to combat gangland killings

IrishCentral - ‎6 hours ago‎
The gang war included the murder of a member of the Kinahan gang shot dead in broad daylight at a boxing event promotion when armed bogus police officers and others were photographed escaping with guns from Dublin's Regency Hotel in February.