Clonshaugh

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The body of  Hamid Sanambar is removed from the scene of a shooting at Kilbarron Avenue, Coolock. Photograph: Tom Honan

Gardaí anticipate an escalation in gun violence within a wide network of criminals in north Dublin following the murder of Hamid Sanambar on Tuesday. (...)

Hamid Sanambar,  left,  was shot dead yesterday in the front garden of a house on Kilbarron Avenue, Coolock. Photograph: Collins Dublin

Hamid Sanambar came to Ireland in his 30s, having successfully applied for political asylum here. The 42-year-old Iranian national had lived in vario(...)

Bette Browne from Malahide, and Sabrina Joyce Kemper from Portmarnock, protesting outside previous  An Bord Pleanala hearing on plans for the  Clonshaugh sewage plant. Photograph: Fran Veale

Residents of the north Dublin suburb of Clonshaugh have told An Bord Pleanála that a planned €500 million sewage plant would drive down the value of t(...)

Sabrina Joyce Kemper (great grandniece of James Joyce) from Portmarnock protesting outside An Bord Pleanala’s hearing, in the Gresham hotel, on plans for Clonshaugh sewage plant. Photograph: Fran Veale

The location of a “monster sewage plant” and “sludge terminal” in Clonshaugh will freeze the future development of Dublin’s north fringe, Independent (...)

Irish Water is seeking permission  for a €500m sewage plant at Clonshaugh, north Dublin,  which would be the second largest sewage works in the State after the Ringsend plant in Dublin

Large Traveller populations living close to a proposed regional sewage plant will not be adversely affected by odours or vermin, Irish Water has told (...)

The Clonshaugh plant would be the second-largest sewage works in the State after the Ringsend plant in Dublin 4

More than 34,000 submissions were made in relation to the development of a new regional sewage plant for Dublin – most of which were objections to the(...)

The planned sewage treatment plant at Clonshaugh has been the subject of more than 14,000 objections from local residents. Photograph: Eric Luke

Plans for a €500 million regional sewage treatment plant in Dublin, which have been the subject of more than 14,000 objections from local residents, a(...)

The planetary transit method works through observing the tiny, tell-tale dimming of starlight in a regular, repeating pattern, which can be explained by an exoplanet repeatedly orbiting in front of its host star

The first exoplanets – planets that lie beyond our solar system – were discovered in 1992. Since then 3,946 more have been identified. But how many of(...)

Allergan chief executive Brent Saunders: “We are an Irish company. It’s part of who we are. Ireland is in Allergan’s DNA.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Never has a toxin been so good for a town, a country or a company. In fact, Botox has been such a profit driver for Allergan, the multinational headq(...)

Harry and Niall Gleeson of RE Flanagan: ‘If a groom needs a size 18 white shirt for the next day, we are the only wholesalers who can get it to him.’

Richard Edward Flanagan founded RE Flanagan in 1961, when he took an agency to distribute English luggage to Irish retailers. His son, Dermot, joined (...)

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