Plans to revitalise Limerick's main thoroughfare took a step forward this week.
Garda Sean Lucey had pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to one count of assault causing harm to RTÉ cameraman Colm Hand.
Colm Hand has told the trial of a garda charged with assaulting him that he suffered bruising after being struck in the groin with a baton.
An extra two floors have been added to the development at a former warehouse on Earl Place just off O'Connell Street.
Hazel Chu, who was born in Dublin, says she has received hundreds of hate messages and anonymous phone calls after online trolls posted abusive tweets about her nationality.
An opportunistic criminal who robbed a cash box containing €25,000 while carrying a nail clippers has been given a three-year sentence.
A 70-year-old Limerick man has been returned for trial concerning an alleged sex assault on a 12-year-old boy in the toilets at Dunnes Stores in Ennis last year.
A fresh appeal will be launched later for information on the murder of Antoinette Smith who went missing after a David Bowie concert 32 years ago today.
Tens of thousands of people turned out on the streets of the capital to celebrate Dublin Pride.
It starts in O'Connell Street at 1pm, before making its way on to Eden Quay and Liberty Hall.
The Social Democrats holds its third National Conference today after trebling its number of councillors in last month's elections.
A 28-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he was charged with the murder of of his friend who who was stabbed to death on Dublin’s O’Connell Street.
A man is due in court today in connection with a fatal stabbing in Dublin.
A man is due to appear in court tomorrow charged with a fatal stabbing in Dublin.
Martina Heelan has been found safe and well.
The 39-year old from Kilkenny was attacked at around 1.40am in the early hours of Tuesday.
Latest: Gardaí say they have identified the victim of this morning's fatal stabbing in the capital.
So that’s nearly Tuesday wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
A man was brazenly stabbed to death as a nearby Garda requested assistance in monitoring his interaction with another man on Dublin's O'Connell Street.
The owners of Dublin's Savoy Cinema fear a company which bought the Screen Cinema from it intends to use it as a cinema/theatre in breach of a sale undertaking that it would not be used for this purpose for 20 years.
The new plan will see a new east-west pedestrian street between O'Connell Street and Moore Street, two new civic squares, shops, offices, apartments, a hotel and a metro station.
Another protest has taken place outside the home of Health Minister Simon Harris.
President Michael D Higgins has led a commemoration to mark the 103rd anniversary of the Easter Rising in Dublin.
President Michael D. Higgins, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, and Minister with responsibility for Defence Paul Kehoe will lead a ceremony in Dublin today to mark the anniversary of the 1916 Rising.
The route for this years LGBTQ Pride Parade in Dublin has been announced.
Gardaí are investigating after two men and a woman were assaulted in Ennis, Co Clare yesterday evening.
A large family syndicate from Dublin have collected a lotto jackpot cheque for €10.2 million
A crack cocaine addict who robbed a taxi driver after threatening him with a pointed weapon while an accomplice wrapped a rope around the victim's neck has been sentenced to seven and half years.
Gardaí are investigating the robbery of a taxi man in Santry in Dublin.
Protesters will be taking to the streets of Dublin today demanding that the new National Maternity Hospital be free of religious influence.
A Cork Councillor says homeless people who have resorted to living in tents at the River Lee Quays are being hounded away - to detract attention from the homeless crisis.
Another property's been taken over by homelessness activists in Dublin this evening.
Six of Dublin's top hotels are calling for taxis to continue to be allowed to use College Green.
Signs will be put up on Dawson Street in Dublin asking cyclists to dismount instead of divert.
A Garda is pleading not guilty to assaulting an RTÉ cameraman who was filming a violent protest in Dublin.
Update - Monday, August 21, 7.15pm: Aishling Donnelly has been found safe and well.
A man has been arrested following a stabbing incident in Dublin this evening.
The Imam of a Limerick mosque has said he would, as a last resort, be prepared to physically tackle any terrorist using his religion to murder innocent people, if an attack were imminent.
Former Clerys workers have said a "goodwill payment" by investors who bought the store will be like Christmas for employees who lost their jobs.
Over one hundred students, teachers, past pupils and parents will be sleeping out on the streets of Dublin over the next few days, December 22 to 24.
Staff at Dublin Bus are to march on Leinster House next Tuesday as part of their pay dispute with the company.
Five families who are facing eviction are appealing for a Dublin hotel to be converted into emergency accommodation.
Dejected Republic of Ireland fans are mulling a switch in allegiance to Northern Ireland after their drubbing at the hands of Belgium.
Hundreds took to the streets of Dublin city earlier today to call for urgent action on the homeless crisis.
Campaigners have called on the Government not to try to overturn a judge's ruling which expanded the Moore Street national monument site.
There were a number of times in our recent history when we could stand up tall and say we were proud to be Irish - and today's events just jumped straight to the top of that list.
One of the key commemorations of the 1916 Easter Rising centenary has taken place with President Michael D Higgins honouring all those who fought and died for Irish freedom.
A cast iron toffee axe — normally used to break up large slabs of toffee in confectioner shops — became a weapon in the hands of a looter in O’Connell St.
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