apprentice electrician who laundered more than e50000 to do community service

Apprentice electrician who laundered more than €50,000 to do community service

By Isabel Hayes An apprentice electrician who money laundered more than €50,000 after answering an ad on Snapchat has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of community service in lieu of a 20-month jail sentence. Sean William O’Rourke (21) told gardaí he agreed to…

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18 increase in anti social behaviour on luas requires urgent action says southside td

18% increase in anti-social behaviour on LUAS requires ‘urgent action’ says Southside TD

With rates of anti-social behaviour on public transport rising across Ireland, a ‘dedicated strategy’ is needed to bring Gardaí, public transport operators and Government together to stop this trend, a Fine Gael TD has said. Incidences of anti-social behaviour on the LUAS increased from 593…

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tymon park awarded the prestigious green flag award

Tymon Park awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award

Tymon Park was awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award this year, one of five South Dublin County Council parks to achieve this award.   Mayor of South Dublin County Council, Councillor Peter Kavanagh raised the flag last Friday and said “The raising of the green…

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dublin array applies for licence to carry out marine surveys

Dublin Array applies for licence to carry out marine surveys

RWE Renewables Ireland Ltd. has applied for a licence to carry out further marine surveys at the site of the proposed Dublin Array offshore wind farm. The application for a Foreshore Licence has been made to the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage and…

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missing person appeal hasif khan 24 years old clondalkin

Missing Person Appeal – Hasif Khan, 24 Years old, Clondalkin,

Gardaí are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 24 year old Hasif Khan who has been missing from the Clondalkin area since last Tuesday, November 16. Hasif is described as being approximately 5 foot 7 inches in height with a slim build,…

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Elderly Hurling Champion: Crokes win Impressive Decider

Daire Walsh IT MAY have called for extra time to get the job done, yet Kilmacud Crokes kept their dual hopes to life by securing the Dublin Senior Hurling Champion title at Parnell Park this night. Routing newbie finalists Na Fianna by nine points– 2-23…

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poet feminist and nationalist lady jane wilde honoured with commemorative plaque at 1 merrion square

Poet, feminist, and nationalist, Lady Jane Wilde, honoured with commemorative plaque at 1 Merrion Square

Dublin City Council has honoured poet, feminist, and nationalist, Lady Jane Wilde, with a commemorative plaque at 1 Merrion Square. The plaque was unveiled by Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland at Wilde’s former residence in Merrion Square, now owned by the American College Dublin. Living at…

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Elderly Football Championship: Jude’s go for very first title

KILMACUD CROKES will be out to protect a famous football and also tossing title double on Sunday when they tackle fellow southsiders St Jude’s in the final of this year’s Dublin SFC ‘A’. The Stillorgin club won the SHC title in significant fashion last weekend…

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your bus network is growing

Your Bus Network is Growing

The new BusConnects network has started rolling out across Dublin this year. Phase 2 will be launched on November 28 in West Dublin and East Kildare, providing improved service from areas such as Maynooth, Leixlip, Celbridge, Lucan, Adamstown, Liffey Valley and Palmerstown towards the City…

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gardai investigating shooting that occurred at ballyfermot yesterday

Gardai investigating shooting that occurred at Ballyfermot yesterday

Gardaí are investigating a suspected shooting incident that occurred at approximately 7:30pm on Wednesday, 17th November, at Ballyfermot Crescent, Ballyfermot. A statement by a Garda spokesperson said: “A male sustained a number of apparent gunshot wounds and was taken to hospital with serious injuries. “No…

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