Dublin Local News

BusConnects: Designer behind popular route graphics wants 'great bus service' for Dublin and believes proposal is step in right direction | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | September 22, 2018
Kevin Carter's singular graphics of the proposed Spines for BusConnects have been praised for making the design easier to understand
Gardaí appeal for witnesses in bid to establish motive after shots fired in Cork | | September 22, 2018
Gardaí in Cork are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed a shooting incident in Ballyvolane on Thursday to come forward.
Conference on surviving cancer 'can really give somebody hope' | | September 22, 2018
Hundreds of cancer survivors are set to meet in Cork today for a conference on cancer survivorship.
Protest against housing crisis to take place in 13 counties today | | September 22, 2018
Thousands of people are expected to take part in a national protest against the housing crisis today.
Concerns over jail threat to doctors | | September 22, 2018
A medical law expert and a patient safety advocate have both urged a rethink of provisions in the Patient Safety Bill that would criminalise medical practitioners for failure to disclose information in relation to serious mistakes.
Brendan Howlin 'very worried' about Brexit agreement 'within next three weeks' | | September 22, 2018
The Labour Leader Brendan Howlin says he is very worried over whether Britain and the European Union can reach an agreement on Brexit before next month's EU summit.
Man due in NI court in connection with major drugs and money laundering investigation | | September 22, 2018
A man will appear in court in the North today, as part of a major inquiry into drugs supply and money laundering.
Help to fix search ops oversight failings | | September 22, 2018
The Irish Aviation Authority is to get additional resources to implement changes proposed in a report highlighting a fragmented and sometimes disconnected level of oversight of search and rescue aviation operations.
Shane Ross denies claims he is ignoring his duties | | September 22, 2018
Transport Minister Shane Ross has denied claims he is ignoring his own ministerial responsibilities and said he is not at fault for controversial bus route changes in Dublin, Cork and Galway. | September 22, 2018
He may never have enlisted, but Taoiseach Leo Varadkar made his way through the ploughing with military precision. | September 22, 2018
An exhausted full-time carer who hasn’t had a break in more than two years will know today whether she has to cancel her first holiday, bought as a present by her family, due to the lack of respite care for her husband. | September 22, 2018
Brexit talks have entered a “rocky patch” as there are “obvious problems” with British proposals, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
Phibsborough named among the 'coolest neighbourhoods in the world' by influential lifestyle mag Time Out | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | September 21, 2018
From its modern cafés, charming shops and canal walks, Time Out editors reckon the 'bustling' area has it all
Dublin priest with neurological disease opens up on heartbreaking battle with disorder | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | September 21, 2018
The 54-year-old has been determined to highlight the need for funding in the area
'It's so much easier for kids to get €100 to walk across a road with a pack, with a bag' - Philly McMahon opens up on addiction epidemic in Ballymun | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | September 21, 2018
McMahon believes the backing simply isn't there to stop the spread of the sickness that's kept their community ill for so long
Seven hilarious facts about the Walkinstown Roundabout you just need to know | Dublin Live
Dublin Live | September 21, 2018
Notorious for its tough driving atmosphere, it's dreaded by both experienced and learner drivers
Taoiseach in Offally for extra day of the National Ploughing Championships | | September 21, 2018
The Taoiseach is set to attend today’s National Ploughing Championships in Co Offaly.
Presidential hopeful Sarah Louise Mulligan ejected from Dublin council meeting | | September 21, 2018
It is after a heated exchange during speeches about who should be the next president.
Carer may face losing holiday due to no respite place for husband | | September 21, 2018
An exhausted full-time carer who hasn't had a break in over two years may cancel her first holiday, bought as a present from her family because there is no respite centre in the Republic available to take her husband.
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after shots fired in Cork city | | September 21, 2018
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a number of shots were fired in Cork city last night.
Bid to establish motive after shots fired in city | | September 21, 2018
Gardaí are still trying to establish a motive after three shots were fired in a built-up area on the northside of Cork City.
Defamation action application adjourned | | September 21, 2018
Former Garda commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan application to be allowed bring a defamation action against a national daily newspaper has been adjourned.
TG4 apologises after clip shows caravan kicked off cliff | | September 21, 2018
TG4 has apologised a after clip before the news on Wednesday showed a caravan being kicked off a cliff into the sea.
EU support for Ireland on border ‘solid’ | | September 21, 2018
The support of all EU leaders for Ireland on a frictionless border Brexit deal is “solid”, insists Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
Ní Riada: One term is enough for presidency and spending of office should be public | | September 21, 2018
Presidential hopeful Liadh Ni Riada thinks one term in office is enough for the President and that the spending of the office should be made public.
Hundreds of thousands to take part in Culture Night events | | September 21, 2018
Hundreds of thousands of people across Ireland are expected to take part in this year's Culture Night.
‘We must not be pushed into EU-UK relationship without border deal’ | | September 21, 2018
Ireland must not be pushed or shoved into agreeing a future EU-UK relationship without securing a Brexit deal for a frictionless border, former taoiseach Bertie Ahern has warned.
Drugs worth almost €500,000 seized in Blanchardstown | | September 21, 2018
Drugs worth an estimated €489,000 were seized from a house in Blanchardstown this morning.
Driverless shuttle bus to make Irish debut in Dublin's Docklands | | September 21, 2018
It is hoped that driverless shuttle buses will soon be rolled out across Irish towns and cities.
Cost of Higgins' presidency to be examined by Oireachtas committee despite 'unconstitutional' warnings | | September 21, 2018
$1 The cost of Michael D Higgins’ presidential term is set to be examined by an Oireachtas committee next week - despite being warned doing so may be "unconstitutional".
Judge allows gardaí to interview two girls, aged 4 and 6, over alleged physical abuse by mother | | September 21, 2018
A judge has invoked special powers to give the gardaí the go-ahead to interview two sisters, aged six and four, over allegations that their mother has been physically abusive towards them.
People advised to leave plenty of time to travel for Liam Miller game | | September 21, 2018
Gardai in Cork are advising people heading to the Liam Miller Tribute match next week to leave plenty of time to travel.
Shane Ross: 'There are problems that must be ironed out' with Bus Connect plan | | September 21, 2018
$1 Transport Minister Shane Ross has denied disowning his ministerial brief by agreeing to make public submissions by those concerned that they would be "cut off" by the new Bus Connects plan.
Shane Ross: Bus Connects plan has nothing to do with me | | September 21, 2018
The Government is continuing to face opposition to it's planned overhaul of the bus network in Dublin.
Hoteliers urged not to price gouge for Rod Stewart’s Páirc Uí Chaoimh performance | | September 21, 2018
Don’t price gouge — for Rod’s sake. That was the message to hoteliers last night following confirmation that legendary rocker Rod Stewart is set to perform in Cork’s Páirc Uí Chaoimh next May.
No-cycling advice ‘reflects poorly’ on Páirc Uí Chaoimh | | September 21, 2018
A cycling advocacy group has said a warning that those going to the Liam Miller tribute match should not cycle to Páirc Uí Chaoimh “reflects very poorly” on the stadium.
Just 1% of construction workers are women, according to new CIF report | | September 21, 2018
The Construction Industry Federation wants to change the perception that the sector is for men.
Thousands still without power as more stormy weather possible this weekend | | September 21, 2018
Met Éireannsays further stormy conditions could be in store over the weekend.
Public Accounts Committee insists on Áras costs inquiry, despite Micheál Martin's protest | | September 21, 2018
The Dáil’s financial watchdog is on a direct collision course with the Government and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin after insisting an emergency presidential costs investigation must be held before the race for the Áras begins.
May statement 'nothing but tired rhetoric', says McDonald | | September 21, 2018
The DUP has urged Theresa May to stand firm against the EU while Sinn Féin reiterated its opposition to a hard border.
Employer ordered to pay €30,000 to epileptic solicitor over refusal to allow her work from home | | September 21, 2018
A legal services employer has been ordered to pay €30,000 to an epileptic employee over its refusal to allow her work from home.
Teenager denies sex assault and false imprisonment of girl | | September 21, 2018
A teenager has pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a girl who alleged he touched her after she refused to perform a lewd act on him.
Cork developer: Housing crisis a threat to creation and location of jobs | | September 21, 2018
The housing crisis is now a threat to the creation and location of jobs, one of the country’s largest developers has warned.
Proposed blasphemy referendum ‘hypocritical’, says Rónán Mullen | | September 21, 2018
The Government’s proposed referendum to remove the offence of blasphemy from the Constitution is a “scandalously self-indulgent raid on the public purse”.
Family of woman killed on road ‘haunted by death’ | | September 21, 2018
The family of a woman who was killed in a traffic accident have said that they are haunted by her death each day.
6,300 ESB customers without power in parts of Cork city | | September 21, 2018
More than 6,300 ESB customers are without power tonight in parts of Cork city centre and northern suburbs.
Brexit no-deal budget demanded by Fianna Fáil | | September 21, 2018
An emergency fund to save Brexit-hit agri-food groups and SMEs in the event of a no-deal must be factored into the budget, Fianna Fáil has told the Government.
Gardaí in Cork investigating after shots fired during altercation | | September 21, 2018
Gardaí are investigating after a number of shots were fired during an altercation on the north side of Cork city yesterday evening.
Report sparked by Rescue 116 helicopter crash finds 'confusion' among search and rescue agencies | | September 21, 2018
The final report into Search and Rescue Aviation Operations in Ireland has found confusion among the different agencies involved.
Gardaí investigating after break in at Dublin Lidl store | | September 21, 2018
Gardaí are investigating a break-in at a Lidl store in South Dublin this morning.