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Northern Ireland May 21
Join us in Dublin from 11am - 2pm this Thursday near the EPIC Museum at CHQ for the next stop on The Epic Journey to 148th Open!🏌️ 📸Share our giant letters for a chance to win tickets 🏆Photos with Rory McIlroy's replica Claret Jug 🏌️Test your pitching to win prizes
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Dublin Gazette 5h
A protest is being staged at the Dáil today over the evictions of tenants in Portobello by a vulture fund.
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Dublin Gazette 5h
Ahead of the kick off of Trinity College’s Summer Series, the support act for singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe has been revealed
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Dublin Gazette 7h
An exciting new 80’s festival, Forever Young, will be taking concert goers to the pleasure dome this July.
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Dublin Gazette 8h
There have been widespread calls from TDs and the public alike for Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy to resign, following a string controversial comments from the Minister this week.
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Dublin Gazette 9h
Today is the tenth anniversary of Irish Traditional Italian Chippers Association's National Fish and Chips day - here's who is taking part!
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Dublin Gazette 9h
Gardai are appealing for witnesses following a collision on Conyngham Road on May 5.
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Dublin Gazette 10h
Burger fans rejoice, as from today onward, is available on for delivery.
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Dublin Gazette 11h
The psychiatric unit at Tallaght Hospital is a “high risk” for children, an independent inspection has found.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
Two men who broke into a primary school and stole hundreds of euro from Trocaire boxes have been remanded in custody.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
has called for a commitment from the HSE to provide mental health services on the north side of the city.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
Local Councillor Francis Timmons has described SDCC’s record of building 262 houses in five years as “shocking.”
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Dublin Gazette May 21
History was made in Ireland as the country became the second in the world to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
MyTaxi have been forced to issue a statement clarifying a new €5 cancellation charge on taxis booked through their service following outrage online.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
A local group, Protect Marlay Park claim that Longitude Festival is having a negative environmental impact.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
A petition has been launched in the hopes of stopping the destruction of a locally loved park in the North Inner City.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
A young man has had his face plastered on ‘election posters’ across the Ranelagh area – despite not running for election.
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Dublin Gazette May 21
Local talented youths dazzled their audience at a night of unforgettable song, dance and drama in Tallaght.
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Dublin Gazette May 20
A Palmerstown businesswoman is hoping her invention will help in the fight against plastic pollution.
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Dublin Gazette May 20
Two fifth-year students from The King’s Hospital School in Palmerstown won three top prizes at a top science fair in Arizona.
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