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The report estimated there are around 650 individuals engaged in a loosely organised criminal network in the Dublin South Central Area comprising of career criminals, street dealers and children who provide supports. File photograph: iStock

Criminal gangs deliberately engage in anti-social behaviour in parts of Dublin’s southside as a mechanism to maintain control over an area and facilit(...)

Paul Keating told the court, when he was called to St James’s Hospital at 6am on August 2nd 2016, he heard the tea ladies in the corridor talking about someone dying. Photograph: Frank Miller

St James’s Hospital in Dublin has apologised for “deficits” in the care provided at the hospital when a 52-year-old mother of four died there three ye(...)

The court heard the woman driver was left feeling shaken and terrified. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A robber who snatched a handbag from a woman’s convertible car on a summer’s day was identified from photos taken by a cyclist who witnessed the crime(...)

In the Special Criminal Court on Tuesday, the prosecution played an audio clip of an alleged conversation between Luke Wilson and Joseph Kelly while they were travelling in a white Volkswagen caddy van on November 2nd, 2017.

A court has heard two murder plotters sniff cocaine and talk about their readiness to shoot a woman and her baby or gardaí should any of them get in t(...)

Barry McCormack: I had all these songs about Dublin and then I sort of put them to the side and thought what else do I do?   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Barry McCormack, once a singer with 1990s indie band Jubilee Allstars and now a creator of wry, literate folk songs, is one of Ireland’s best songwrit(...)

Mark Gaffney was nine years old when the grooming began, he says. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Mark Gaffney was nine when his scout leader first began grooming him, he says. The son of a single mother living in Drimnagh, Dublin, he believes his (...)

Sr Joan Chittister  and former president Mary McAleese in conversation at Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Former president Mary McAleese has said it bothers her greatly to see people who are strangers to Ireland treated in ways that are contrary “to the et(...)

Conor McGregor has his picture taken by members of the public as he arrived at Dublin District Court  where he was fined for assaulting a  man at a Dublin pub. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has been fined €1,000 for punching a man in the face in a south Dublin pub earlier this year. McGregor (31(...)

Two  cars alight and a fallen lamppost blocking the entrance to an estate in Fortunestown, Tallaght on Thursday night. Photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade/Twitter

Fire officers were confronted with burning barriers and targeted attacks in Dublin on Thursday night as they dealt with almost 700 callouts over the 2(...)

Members of Dublin Fire Brigade from Dolphins Barn attend to a bin fire in a flat complex in Bluebell, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Almost 50 bonfires, multiple chest pains, numerous falls and head injuries, one head-on collision between a taxi and a car which fled the scene and an(...)

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