Former Dublin hurler Michael Carton has revealed he tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Garda Public Order Unit was sent to back up firefighters in the Cherry Orchard area of west Dublin last night.
New fire regulations for open-plan living are, like so much of the State’s planning process,developer-led, but is there a cost to safety standards? asks Michael Clifford.
Gardaí have vowed to bring to justice those behind the murder of a teenager whose remains were found in Dublin.
Gardaí have recovered further human remains, believed to be a decapitated head, in a burnt-out car found overnight.
An investigation has been launched after four cars were damaged in three fires within the space of 90 minutes.
The National Emergency Operations Centre says it had more than 670 calls overnight, an increase on last Halloween.
A housing estate was blocked with burning cars, a car was driven onto a bonfire and fire fighters came under attack during a series of Halloween call-outs in Dublin last night.
The Dublin Fire Brigade is responding to reports of two derelict houses set alight this evening in Cherry Orchard and Tallaght.
People are being urged to head to council-run events rather than illegal bonfires this Halloween.
A special Halloween Garda operation has resulted in a seizure of over €2,300 worth of fireworks in Graiguenemanagh, Co Kilkenny.
The Dáil has heard a claim it took longer to fight yesterday's school fire in North Dublin because of low water pressure in the area.
Latest: The Government has said “every resource and support available” will be offered to a primary school in north Dublin which has been damaged by a fire.
One person has been treated for smoke inhalation following a fire at a halting site in Dublin this morning.
Firefighters are tackling a hazardous materials incident in West Dublin.
The families were initially told it will take anything from two to six weeks to refurbish the flats leaving the families with nowhere to go.
19 families, incorporating 60 people, remain homeless three days after the fire due to having no electricity and water issues.
“I was told by a fireman who attended here on Saturday that we are all lucky to be alive," said one resident, after the fire in Marmion Court Flats, Blackhall Street.
A man has been found dead beside a train line in Drumcondra in Dublin.
Four people have been hurt in a crash between a lorry and a bus in Dublin this afternoon.
Dublin Fire Brigade paramedics are warning about the dangers associated with sport after a young hurler was injured over the weekend by the helmet he was wearing during a match.
Gardaí have launched an investigation into a three-car collision which occurred in North County Dublin yesterday.
A criminal investigation has been launched into a fire in Coolock, Dublin earlier today.
Firefighters and paramedics from Dublin Fire Brigade have threatened strike action in a row over staffing levels.
Fire fighters came under attack as they attended the scene of a blaze in Dublin last night.
Firefighters and paramedics are at the scene, where there are no reports of any serious injuries.
A garda was fortunate to escape serious injury when he was carried with half his body hanging out the window of a car that was reversing at speed to avoid detection.
Rail services from Dublin to Maynooth, M3, and Sligo are due to depart and operate to schedule following signalling issues caused by lightning earlier this evening.
The fire also spread to the straw in the field near Lusk in the north of the county.
Childcare should be a public service for children, not somewhere to “warehouse them” while their parents are at work, the head of the Children’s Rights Alliance has urged.
One of the owners of the Hyde & Seek Childcare crèche chain is to take no future role in front line childcare provision as a result of findings to be revealed in an RTÉ Investigates documentary.
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