News from Dublin

Evra criticises United chief negotiator Judge

Patrice Evra has launched a passionate attack on the hierarchy of Manchester United, claiming they risk "blowing away the legacy" of his former club....

Drogheda feud thug one of 32 arrested in money mule swoop

A young criminal involved in the deadly Drogheda feud is one of 32 people who have been arrested for being so-called money mules....

Rovers smash blues for six and eye title win

European football carries on without them this season but Shamrock Rovers are another step closer to ensuring that they will be in the Champions League next term as they brushed aside the challenge of a Waterford side and continued their march towards the league title....

Ballyboden star duo in fitness race

Collie Basquel and Michael Darragh Macauley remain on the doubtful list for Ballyboden St Enda's in their quest to win back-to-back Dublin SFC titles for the first time in the club's history....

Hunt for organisers of city flats rave as 'hippy crack' found at site after party

A garda investigation has been launched into a street party near the Oliver Bond flat complex in Dublin City Centre....

€300k drugs bust deals massive blow to Euro crime gang

Detectives have dealt a serious blow to an eastern European gang suspected of running a lucrative drugs patch in the capital after seizing €300,000 worth of cocaine....

Brown accepts he won't play every game for Celts

Scott Brown believes he faces tougher competition than ever for a place in the Celtic midfield as manager Neil Lennon prepares to step up his squad rotation....

Egan sees red as Villa cut through Blades

Aston Villa opened their Premier League campaign with a 1-0 home victory over 10-man Sheffield United, with Ezri Konsa netting the winner after Emiliano Martinez denied the visitors with a first-half penalty save....

'Everyone's calling us scumbags, but it wasn't us', say locals

Residents of a Dublin apartment complex have hit out at an outdoor rave attended by more than a 100 youths over the weekend and said their area is wrongly being condemned for what happened....

City up and running with win

Manchester City held off a second-half Wolves fightback to begin their quest to regain the Premier League title with a win at Molineux....

Man dies in head-on crash as burglar flees wrong way down N7

An innocent man was killed in a horror road crash when a convicted burglar fled from gardaí before driving his car the wrong way down a dual-carriageway and smashing into his vehicle....

Hurling loss 'may be a positive' for Boden

The hurlers of Ballyboden have just lost a county final in Parnell Park. Several of that team have only a week to get their bodies - and heads - right for another county final at the same venue....

'I hope Rory is really angry'

Former Ryder Cup player Andrew Coltart hopes Rory McIlroy is furious with his performance after his major drought continued in the US Open....

Finals hit the mark

If there is a single, incontrovertible truth to be derived from these novel club championships, it's that GAA players don't necessarily need spectators to produce games rich in quality and pulsing with intensity....

Shortage of flu vaccine to put more pressure on health service

There is a shortage this year of the flu vaccine, which is being described as the "last thing that's needed" in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic....

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