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Friday, July 3, 2015 12:00
Busby Babe bridge swap
• Bobby Charlton and members of the Whelan family pictured at the unveiling of the plaque in 2006.
THE Cabra bridge named after Busby Babe and Irish soccer legend, Liam Whelan, is being permanently replaced over the coming weeks as part of the Luas Cross City project.  The railway bridge near Dalymount Park was renamed after Whelan in 2006. More...
Friday, July 3, 2015 12:00
Retired doctors witness new health wave on Navan Road
• Pictured at the official opening of the Centric Health HSE Primary Care Centre on the Navan Road were (l-r): Dr Roisin Lyons, Tanaiste Joan Burton, Retired Doctors Owen and Monica Carey and Dr Maurice Cox from Centric Health.
THREE retired doctors witnessed the future of medical care in Dublin 7 last week at the official opening of the new Navan Road primary care centre. Dr Owen Carey, Dr Maurice Brennan and Dr Dympna Frawley built up their Navan Road practice over many years but the new facility will be able to provide more than they ever dreamed of. More...
Friday, July 3, 2015 12:00
Ballymun priest gets human rights prize
• Fr Peter McVerry with the award he recieved from French Ambassador to Ireland, Jean-Pierre Thébault.
BALLYMUN priest, Fr Peter McVerry, was presented with the French Human Rights Prize last week in recognition of his work to alleviate poverty and fight homelessness in Ireland. Fr McVerry received the award from French Ambassador to Ireland, Jean-Pierre Thébault. More...
Friday, July 3, 2015 12:00
Creative Jessy wins scholarship
• The future looks bright for Jessy Kalala
A YOUNG creative student from Blanchardstown has been awarded a potentially life-changing university scholarship. Jessy Kalala – a talented songwriter and music producer - was announced last week as a winner of the Creativity Scholarship from the Adobe Foundation. More...
Friday, July 3, 2015 12:00
Dublin Airport wins achievement award
• FLYING HIGH: Paul Begg pictured with the Irish Aviation Authority ‘Airport Achievement Award’.
DUBLIN Airport has won the Irish Aviation Authority ‘Airport Achievement Award’. The airport was recently presented with the prestigious award for its outstanding commitment to infrastructural improvement and the enhancement of the passenger experience over the last 12 months. More...

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