Mulhuddart

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The suspect was filmed walking around a housing estate in Mulhuddart, Co Dublin. File photograph: The Irish Times

Gardaí have arrested four men and seized shotgun cartridges and cocaine during searches prompted by video footage of a young man walking around a Dubl(...)

Danny’s Pitches in Mulhuddart, Co Dublin, where car tyres created deep ruts in the turf.

Fingal County Council has been forced to close playing pitches in North Co Dublin after joyriders destroyed the playing surface for the second time in(...)

Gardaí at the scene of the shooting in  Parslickstown Gardens on Monday.  Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA

A 23-year-old woman has been charged in connection with a shooting in west Dublin on Monday that left three people, including a baby, injured. Charl(...)

A photograph of Jimmy Magee at his funeral in  Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Jimmy Magee would have been “so, honoured, so proud” about the attendance at his funeral, his son Mark Magee said. “He loved people, He loved his fri(...)

The  Central Criminal Court, where Andrew Gibney was sentenced to life imprisonment for the  murder of Gerard Burnett. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A man has been jailed for life at the Central Criminal Court for the murder of a father of one in north Dublin.Andrew Gibney (21), Drumheath Avenue, M(...)

A judge has deferred ruling on whether a GAA coach who was allegedly caught “red-handed” with more than half a million euro worth of cannabis will be (...)

Helsinn chief executive Ricardo Braglia: “I think 20 per cent could be a good rate, comparable to what we pay in Switzerland, which is 20 to 22 per cent. Probably there is a margin to move there from 12.5 to 15 per cent or maximum 20 per cent.” Photograph: Ken Lennox

Increasing Ireland’s corporate tax rate to about 20 per cent would probably not result in an exodus of overseas multinational investors, according to (...)