To advertise your business Click Here. Phone: 8621611
Friday, May 22, 2015 12:00
Injecting centres idea is slammed
• Medically supervised injecting centres are being suggested as a solution to keeping addicts off the streets.
A LOCAL councillor has slammed comments by the new Minister of State with special responsibility for the national drugs strategy that indicate his support for medically supervised injecting centres. Speaking at the Ana Liffey Drugs Project’s recent Better City For All Seminar Minister Aodhán Ó Riordáin said he didn’t see why medical supervision of injecting should be a big issue. More...
Friday, May 22, 2015 12:00
War of words over hospital plans
Dublin People
A WAR of words has broken out between two local public representatives over concerns about the construction of the new National Forensic and Mental Health Service on a site at St Ita’s, Portrane.  Local residents have raised concerns about how the construction phase of the major facility will impact on their community. More...
Friday, May 22, 2015 12:00
Government gives the green light for housing projects
Dublin People
DOZENS of housing projects have been given the green light across the Southside as the Government unveiled the first part of a new social strategy. A total of 15 new housing projects are set to get underway across Dublin thanks to an investment of over €95 million as part of the first phase of the Goverment’s Social Housing Strategy. More...
Friday, May 22, 2015 12:00
New tearooms for city park
• Pictured with the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr Christy Burke, at the opening of the new cafe in St Patrick’s Park is Richard Hanlon of Busyfeet and Coco Cafe. Photo by Colm Mahady/Fennells
NEW tearooms were opened by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr Christy Burke, in St Patrick’s Park last week. It is part of a Dublin City Council initiative to enhance visitors’ experience of Dublin by providing tearooms in city parks where there is demand. More...
Friday, May 22, 2015 12:00
We’re proud to be quitters
• CHALLENGING JOURNEY: Pictured are some of the local women who successfully completed the ‘We Can Quit’ programme.
IT’S not often that being a quitter is considered a good thing. However, if it improves your health - as it did for a group of Northside women who successfully completed a quit smoking programme - it becomes a positive. ‘We Can Quit’ is an initiative of the Irish Cancer Society in partnership with the Northside Partnership, Health Promotion and Improvement HSE, Doris Bui and Lloyds Pharmacy, Northside Shopping Centre. More...

Read Our Latest Issues Online


WIN Bulmers Live tickets

Click here to enter.

Current Polls

Will the Government last its full term?


View Results