Dublin Local News

Toddler who died after being hit by car in Bray named locally | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | July 18, 2018
The two-year-old was taken to Crumlin Children's Hospital and pronounced dead a short time later
New Garda Commissioner Drew Harris to get 24-hour armed protection to prevent IRA threat | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | July 18, 2018
Exclusive: There are fears he will be under unprecedented danger
Bradley brothers weep in court as they are caged for life for murder of gunman who shot at their home | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | July 18, 2018
Jason, 20, and Dean Bradley, 24, were found guilty last week of the murder of 36-year-old Neil Reilly in January 2017
One-hundred and seventy-two drivers tested as Gardai carry out super MIT checkpoint in Naas | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | July 18, 2018
At MIT checkpoints drivers can be tested for the presence of alcohol as well as any drugs
Pete Taylor denies claims he is a drug dealer and reveals partner saw him being shot | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | July 18, 2018
The boxing trainer said that he was a victim 'just as much as Bobby is'
Brothers sentenced to life in prison for 'ferocious' murder of Neil Reilly | | July 18, 2018
Two brothers have been jailed for life for what was described in court as a "savage, brutal and ferocious" murder of a man in Dublin.
Brothers wept as they were sentenced to life in prison for 'ferocious' murder | | July 18, 2018
Two brothers wept as they were sentenced to life imprisonment this morning for the murder of a gunman who shot at their home.
Gardai seek help of British police as suspect in Mallow stabbing believed to have fled to UK | | July 18, 2018
A suspect in the fatal stabbing of Conor Quinn in Mallow, Co Cork last week is believed to have fled to the UK.
'They should have let me die' - Brain damaged Cork woman sues after iron bars protruding from trailer hit her | | July 18, 2018
A 59-year-old mother of three who suffered catastrophic injuries when she was struck by iron bars protruding from a passing trailer while out for a morning walk has sued in the High Court.
Father of man who died in Donegal drowning also died tragically close-by over 40 years previous | | July 18, 2018
The father of one of the men who perished in the double-drowning tragedy off Co Donegal on Tuesday afternoon also died in a drowning tragedy in the same area.
Man arrested as drugs worth over €3m seized in raids across Dublin | | July 18, 2018
Drugs worth over €3 million have been seized as part of ongoing joint investigations targeting drug importations in the greater Dublin area.
Boy, 13, accused of Ana Kriegel murder further remanded in custody | | July 18, 2018
The second 13-year-old boy charged with the murder of schoolgirl Ana Kriegel has been further remanded in custody by Judge John O’Connor at the Dublin Children’s Court.
Shipping company fails in claim for €95,000 against arrested vessel | | July 18, 2018
An Estonian shipping company has failed in its High Court claim for breach of contract in relation to a ship which was arrested when it came into Irish jurisdiction over alleged non-payment of €95,000 for services allegedly provided for the vessel.
‘Obsessive and possessive’ student pleads guilty to assault of former girlfriend | | July 18, 2018
An "obsessive and possessive" university student has pleaded guilty to twice assaulting a "high-achieving" Ennis woman and ‘keying’ her new car, causing €1,100 worth of damage.
Commission recommends raising minimum wage by 25 cents an hour | | July 18, 2018
There is a recommendation for the minimum wage to go up by 25 cents to €9.80 an hour.
Man arrested in relation to laundering of over €1.1m of funds | | July 18, 2018
A man has been arrested in Dublin by members from the Money Laundering Investigation Unit at the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau.
Marty Morrissey urges support of Clare girl's fundraiser for lifesaving surgery in Spain | | July 18, 2018
RTÉ sports commentator Marty Morrissey has rowed in behind the campaign to raise funds for a 10-year-old Clare girl’s urgent neurosurgical procedure for which she must travel to Spain.
Limerick vet challenges 'savage' decision to remove him from inspector panels over wearing Donald Trump mask | | July 18, 2018
A Limerick vet is challenging a “savage” decision to remove him from all temporary inspector panels after he wore a Donald Trump mask while working at a meat plant.
Mary Lou McDonald says criticisms of SF abstentionist policy at Westminster are 'red herring' | | July 18, 2018
Sinn Féin Leader Mary Lou McDonald says Micheál Martin's criticisms of her party's abstentionist policy at Westminster are a "red herring."
Cabinet to discuss contingency plans for Brexit at Derrynane House | | July 18, 2018
The Cabinet is meeting in Co Kerry this morning to discuss Brexit contingency plans.
Man charged in connection with discovery of loaded gun in Dublin | | July 18, 2018
A 25-year-old man has been charged in connection with the discovery of a gun on the Howth Road in Dublin.
Ireland's largest  retail representative body suspends partnership with Facebook | | July 18, 2018
Retail Excellence, Ireland’s largest retail representative body, has suspended its partnership with Facebook following the expose of practises and content moderation on their online platform by Channel 4 Dispatches programme which aired last night.
Latest: Ryanair cancel up to 300 flights as cabin crew in Spain, Portugal and Belgium set to strike | | July 18, 2018
Ryanair has announced the cancellation of around 300 flights across Europe next week, due to a strike by cabin crew in Spain, Portugal and Belgium.
Facebook to be called before Oireachtas over failure to remove violent content | | July 18, 2018
Facebook is set to be called before an Oireachtas Committee after an investigation found that the social network told staff not to remove violent content.
Man whose wife died during surgery fails in bid to be joined to case aimed at stopping inquiry | | July 18, 2018
A man whose wife died during surgery for an ectopic pregnancy has lost his bid to be joined as a notice party to proceedings by the National Maternity Hospital (NMH) aimed at halting a further inquiry over the death.
Ryanair management and pilots to meet again in bid to avert Friday's strike | | July 18, 2018
Management and pilots at Ryanair are to meet again for talks this afternoon in a bid to avert Friday's strike.
Gardaí seek public's help in locating missing man in Dublin | | July 18, 2018
Gardaí are seeking the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of Alex Seery.
Cabinet set to approve hiring of up to 1,000 customs and veterinary officials in case of no-deal Brexit | | July 18, 2018
The Cabinet is set to approve the hiring of up to 1,000 additional customs and veterinary officials to cope with the impact of Brexit.
€200 fine for man who stripped off for some naked sunbathing in Longford | | July 18, 2018
A 57-year-old man has been fined €200 for sunbathing naked in County Longford on what he claims was the hottest day of the year.
Ian Paisley facing 30 day Commons ban after failing to register Sri Lankan holidays | | July 18, 2018
The Sri Lankan holidays in 2013 included business-class air travel, accommodation at first-class hotels, helicopter trips and visits to tourist attractions for the North Antrim MP and his wider family.
Two-year-old boy dies after traffic accident in Wicklow | | July 18, 2018
A two-year-old boy has been killed after being hit by a car in Bray, Co. Wicklow.
Cork postman delivers shark to safety | | July 18, 2018
A postman helped a man deliver a shark to safety while on his rounds in Cork Harbour yesterday.
Ireland should not 'panic buy' a bad Brexit deal, says Coveney | | July 18, 2018
Ireland and the EU must not become "distracted" by the Westminster Brexit crisis and "panic buy" a Brexit deal that could damage this country due to the ongoing "confusion" in London.
High Court grants temporary injunction against subcontractor blockades at school sites | | July 18, 2018
The joint venture charged with the building of several new schools has secured a temporary High Court injunction preventing subcontractors from blockading the sites of the new facilities.
'We are not preparing for something that is not going to happen' - Tánaiste on the return of hard border | | July 18, 2018
The Tánaiste says the Government is not planning for the return of a hard border.
Youth charged over fatal stabbing of mother's partner in west Dublin returned for trial | | July 18, 2018
A 20-year-old Dublin man charged with the murder of his mother’s partner who died following a stabbing has been returned for trial to the Central Criminal Court.
Ireland has not made enough progress on sustainable development, minister says | | July 18, 2018
The Environment Minister has admitted we have not made the progress we should have when it comes to sustainable development.
€40m from dormant bank accounts to be used for community projects | | July 18, 2018
Money from dormant bank accounts will be used by the government to fund new community projects across the country.
Water restrictions cause concern for publicans forced to close early at the weekend | | July 18, 2018
As overnight water restrictions continue in parts of Dublin and North Wicklow, pub owners have expressed concerns that they may be forced to close early this coming weekend.
Female golfer refused entry to 'male only' competition fails in discrimination claim | | July 18, 2018
A female golfer has failed in her discrimination action against a Co Wicklow golf club over being refused entry into a ‘male only’ open day competition.
Gardaí warn Irish companies of individuals carrying out Invoice Redirect Fraud | | July 18, 2018
Gardaí have warned Irish companies of Invoice Redirect Fraud by individuals purporting to be from the businesses' suppliers.
Children fail in bid to have orders imposed on step-mother relating to will of well known doctor | | July 18, 2018
Two adult children of well-known doctor, Professor Austin Darragh, have failed in their High Court application seeking that their step-mother provide certain papers to prove a will their father made leaving his estate to her.
FBI agent's evidence in IRA membership trial delayed by lack of bible | | July 18, 2018
A trial at the Special Criminal Court was held up today when a witness could not find a bible to swear on.
Irish teen fighting for life after 20-foot balcony fall in Majorca | | July 18, 2018
A 14-year-old Irish boy is fighting for his life after falling from a hotel balcony in Majorca last night.
Teenagers filmed attempting to run across M50 | | July 18, 2018
Teenagers have been disrupting traffic on the M50 in Dublin by attempting to run across lanes of traffic.
Teenager who drove vehicle at garda patrol car during high-speed chase jailed | | July 18, 2018
A teenager who deliberately drove a vehicle at a garda patrol car three times during a high-speed chase has been jailed for 16 months. | July 18, 2018
The British PM will meet business representatives on the Northern Ireland side of the border. | July 18, 2018
The Irish cabinet has been discussing ways to step up preparations for a hard Brexit. | July 18, 2018
The homes of two Sinn Fein members were attacked in west Belfast on Friday night.
Report shows €99m paid out in medical negligence in 2017; Women more likely to seek divorce | | July 17, 2018
The Courts Service also revealed in its annual report that there has been a huge rise in defamation cases.