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Patrick  Brennan (52), with an address at Lindisfarne Avenue, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 was charged with knowingly possessing an explosive substance, to wit four 400-gramme blocks of TNT and three electric explosive detonators, under such circumstances as to give rise to a reasonable suspicion he had not got them in his possession for a lawful object, at Store Street, Dublin 1, on June 16th.

A Dublin man has been charged at the Special Criminal Court with possession of over a kilogramme of explosives. Patrick Brennan (52) was arrested on (...)

What is your most vivid Leaving Cert memory? I still remember finishing the last exam and the sense of relief. It was a glorious June day. I told a n(...)

Tackling our housing crisis requires us to look beyond a simple numbers game and get the quality of new homes right. Minister for Housing Simon Covene(...)

The Poolbeg chimneys emerging from sea fog on Sandymount Strand. With the recovery and the housing shortage, attention is once again turning to Poolbeg as a solution to Dublin’s needs

In the early years of the last decade, with the city expanding far beyond its natural borders and house prices soaring, the Poolbeg peninsula was put (...)

 President Michael D Higgins and Helen Litton great-grandniece of Tom Clarke during a ceremony where the East Link bridge was renamed to Tom Clarke Bridge in Ringsend, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Tom Clarke, first signatory of the 1916 Proclamation, stands in Irish history alongside O’Donovan Rossa, John Devoy, and Robert Emmet, President Micha(...)

Millennium Tower, in Grand Canal Dock in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The story of the reinvention of the of 1,285-acre area of Dublin’s docklands has been well documented: since Google moved into Barrow Street in 2004,(...)

Seized cocaine and cannabis. Photograph: An Garda Síochána

Gardaí netted an estimated €120,000 worth of cocaine and cannabis and arrested three people during searches in Dublin on Friday. Members of the Drugs(...)

The scene at Cambridge Court, Irishtown, where Thomas Horan (63), from Mullingar, Co Westmeath, but a long-term resident of Dublin, was found dead in his flat, where he lived alone in the early hours of Monday. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

South inner city Dublin neighbours gathered together Thursday afternoon to remember the “gentle and quiet” Thomas Horan, who was murdered in his home (...)

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