Tag Archives: Killiney

Stop that!

This morning.

Killiney Hill, Killiney, County Dublin.

Stephen Stewart writes:

Dawn equinox [when the sun crosses the celestial equator and day and night are of equal length] celebration at Killiney Hill, Thanks to Kila for providing the perfect soundtrack, with a slight interruption… Fantastic weather and a dip in Whiterock after. Great fun. Happy Equinox!

Damn witchy, god-unfearing Druids.

This afternoon.

Balure, Church Road, Killiney, County Dublin.

The scene where yesterday the body of a woman in her 50s was found in a rented property in what gardaí have described as “unexplained circumstances.”

The results of a post-mortem examination are expected this afternoon.

Woman (51) found dead in Killiney lived alone in rented house (irish Times)

Sam Boal/RollingNews

This morning.

Killiney, County Dublin.

Just after 9pm [last night], three men believed to be armed with a knife, entered the Centra shop on Barnhill Road in Dalkey.

They threatened staff and made off with the contents of the till.

While making their escape, they drove the car on to the footpath at the junction of Ballinclea and Avondale roads in Killiney, hitting the two women.

Both victims were taken to St Vincent’s University Hospital, where one of the women died early this morning. The other woman, 51, remains in hospital for treatment. Her injures are not believed to be life-threatening.

Gardaí are still searching for the three raiders.

Woman dies after being hit by getaway car in Killiney (RTÉ)


Andrea writes:

Hi there, I found a set of keys in the Killiney, Co Dublin area and I was hoping you can help get them reunited with the owner. They were found on the pavement at 7am on Saturday morning in a housing estate. There are quite a few keys (see pic) and a USB attached.

I snooped and there was a picture of a driver’s licence for John Micheal Corcoran – with an address in Rathmines. Also a lot of images from travelling and Trinity College events. You can contact me on andreadsomers@msn.com if the owner comes forward. I will pop them to the local Dun Laoghaire Garda station if there is no response. Many thanks in advance…