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Clampdown on fuel laundering operations in the capital

Clampdown on fuel laundering operations in the capital

The Revenue's Customs service continue their attempt to tackle illegal fuel laundering activity with ongoing investigations around Ireland. …

Munster beaten by Leinster 30-21

Munster beaten by Leinster 30-21

Leinster’s Boys in Blue leave the AVIVA after an exciting victory over their Munster rivals.…

Key reform of Junior Cert system under way

Key reform of Junior Cert system under way

Unforeseen changes in the education system that will affect students in secondary schools, their parents and teachers all over Ireland are to be finalised by 2014.…

Police forum tackles concerns of Liberties locals

Police forum tackles concerns of Liberties locals

Residents in The Liberties raised their concerns about serious problems in their community at a recent police forum meeting.…

Crime rates on the rise in the capital

Crime rates on the rise in the capital

Despite local Community Police efforts to tackle criminality, burglaries in the Liberties remain a recurring phenomenon.…

The Liberties makeover ‘to go ahead as planned’

The Liberties makeover ‘to go ahead as planned’

A local councillor says the redevelopment of the Liberties will happen as soon as the funding goes through - but it seems like no one knows when that will be.…

New Abbey Theatre site signifies end to 20 years of planning

New Abbey Theatre site signifies end to 20 years of planning

The purchase of a new site for the Abbey Theatre marked a start to its much anticipated redevelopment.…

Top marks for Dublin duo

Top marks for Dublin duo

Dublin students take home the top prize for Ireland at the European Union Young Scientist Contest in Bratislava…

Man shot dead in South Dublin

Man shot dead in South Dublin

A fatal shooting in South Dublin is the second gangland style shooting in Ireland in one day.…

Shocking petrol bomb attack damages Sinn Féin TD’s office

Shocking petrol bomb attack damages Sinn Féin TD’s office

A local TD has condemned the unprovoked petrol bomb attack on his Ballyfermot office. …

Potential loss of constituency seat in Dublin South Central

Potential loss of constituency seat in Dublin South Central

New CSO figures indicate that Dublin South Central may lose a seat in the next electoral round…

Danny Sutcliffe previews Dublin’s chances in the SHL

Danny Sutcliffe previews Dublin’s chances in the SHL

Cian McKiernan speaks to 20-year old Dublin hurler Danny Sutcliffe. Sutcliffe is an up and comer ready to make a mark.…