Sunday, June 16, 2019

Gardai renew appeal for missing teenager from Glasnevin

An Garda Siochana have renewed their appeal to the public for assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 18-year-old Dylan Keogh. ...

Ireland is getting its first nudist-friendly beach

Ireland is getting its first official signposted nudist beach and it is landing in Dalkey. Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is to put up public notices...

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,...

Family’s fresh appeal for information on missing Dylan Keogh

The family of missing Glasnevin teenager Dylan Keogh continue to appeal for any sightings or information, as the one-month anniversary of his...

Push to stamp out a restrictive visa system affecting thousands

A new campaign has been launched to highlight the difficulties that individuals living in Ireland on Stamp 3 visas face when seeking employment. The Stamp...

Exclusive: Jamie Oliver reveals location of new Dublin restaurant

Jamie Oliver is bringing a second restaurant to Dublin, and Dublin Gazette can reveal the location will be in the heart of Exchequer Street,...

Solas Project shines a light on helping young people in D8

Success of Boston group inspires new inner city initiative

Mixed emotions as Liberties facing major redevelopment

Dublin City Council is to take back possession of the Iveagh Market site in the Liberties from current leaseholder Martin Keane. It is reported...

Guns, bullets and drugs seized in Ballyfermot raid

Gardai seized guns, bullets and drugs following two searches in Ballyfermot this morning. The searches were carried out by Gardaí from Ballyfermot Detective Unit, assisted...

‘We’ll cause chaos at Croker to highlight brothel plague’

Fed-up Dorset St residents have vowed to bring traffic to a standstill when U2 play Croke Park next month in a bid to get gardai to take more seriously their claims that the street has become a Red Light zone.