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Council acquires land at site of former church in Finglas

Following the closure of the beloved Church of Annunciation in Finglas in October, it has now been revealed that Dublin City Council have acquired...

Finglas and Ballymun battling brazen burglars targeting homes

Residents in Ballymun and Finglas have been warned that there have been a number of burglaries in the locality, where glass is being removed...

Finglas set to get a state of the art library after DCC agree terms

A new state-of-the-art library is set for Finglas, after Dublin City Council agreed terms to acquire a former An Post sorting office. The Development Department...

Sadness and hope as Finglas church to be replaced

One of the city’s largest Catholic churches, in Finglas, is set to undergo a major downgrade, hosting its final mass in the current building...

Police continuing investigation into Finglas man’s death in France

The remains of a Finglas man who has been missing since 2009 have been found buried in the French city of Perpignan. Paul Shine-Dixon was...

Celebrating the best of Finglas life – from 17,185km away in Australia

In the age of emigration, Facebook has made it much easier for those abroad to keep in touch with home. For those who are homesick,...

Dog of the Week: Meet bouncy Collie cross Johnny

Dublin Gazette has teamed up with Dogs Trust to help find homes for lost and abandoned dogs. Johnny is...

Man jailed for 16-months for storing €153k drug haul after threats to daughter’s life

A father-of-two who stored more than €153,000 of drugs when dealers threatened to kill his daughter has been jailed for 16 months.

Show us what your part of Dublin used to look like!

Hansom cabs and petticoats – and mullets and beatboxes – have all gone the way of the dodo, but we’d love to...

‘Long-term help for beggars is needed’ says councillor

Addressing the underlying issues behind begging outside shops is the only way to tackle the problem, says a north side councillor.

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