DATA BLOG: Map of Dublin murders and killings

The map only shows murders and killings for 2010, some data maybe incomplete or missing. Locations are as exact as possible but sometimes only mark the general area of the incident. The map does not currently show attempted murders. Shooting = red Shooting (more than one killed) = red pinpoint Stabbings = yellow Other / […]

Handguns found in Dublin 5

Three handguns were found and three arrests made when a house was searched this evening in Dublin 5. Gardai say that the search was part of an ongoing operation into dissident republican activity and organised crime. Officers from the Special Detective Unit (SDU) searched the house on Harmonstown Road, Dublin 5. “During the course of […]

Three charged for Coolock killing

Gardai say two men are to appear before the courts in relation to the killing of Lukasz Rzeszutko in Coolock on October 2 last. A juvenile was also to appear in court today in relation to the assault. The 27-year-old man, a Polish national, died in hospital two days after he was assaulted at Newtown Industrial Estate. […]

Opposition increases to Dublin Bus cuts

Opposition to Dublin Bus cuts and changes is increasing as public consultation takes places on new route changes for the Malahide Road, Ballymun and Clondalkin. “Over 2,000 residents sign my petition against proposed bus route changes on Northside,” said Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, a Labour councillor on Dublin City Council. On boards.ie, one person under the […]

Dublin swimming pools to remain open

Swimming pools at Sean MacDermott Street, Crumlin and Coolock are to remain open for at least six months, the city manager has said.

26 Dublin school reports released

School inspection reports were publiched on the website of the Department of Education and Skills on Thursday.

Swimming pools to close unless funding is found

Three council-run swimming pools in Dublin are to close in August unless extra money is found to run them. Councillors at the monthly meeting of Dublin City Council on April 12 unanimously passed a motion supporting standalone swimming pools in the city until these were replaced by regional sports and leisure centres. But city officials […]

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