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Friday, March 6, 2015 12:00
City council plans to tackle Clontarf public safety issue
• CONCERN: Dublin Bay North TD Finian McGrath (Ind) pictured on the cycle lane/footpath along the promenade in Clontarf. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA
DUBLIN City Council has moved to tackle a public safety issue at Clontarf Promenade.  The city council said there is a conflict between cyclists and pedestrians as the cycleway and pedestrian footpath on the promenade converge at three notable junctions: between the pumping station and public car park at the bottom of Vernon Avenue; near the car park opposite Clontarf Yacht Club; and also adjacent to the public car park at the bottom of Hollybrook Road. More...
Friday, March 6, 2015 12:00
Social houses to be built in Finglas
• The site where the new homes will be built
A TOTAL of 164 new social housing units are to be built in Finglas on a site beside Melville estate off the eastern side of Jamestown Road. Positioned close to the junction of Poppintree Park Lane the site is officially in Ballymun but is outside the area where controversial rent supplement restrictions apply. More...
Friday, March 6, 2015 12:00
New festival celebrates Pole position in Ireland
• POLES TOGETHER: Pictured during the launch of the PolskaÉire Festival at the Aviva Stadium are Nadia Gil (12), Stanislaw Bastkowski (11), Martyna Matys (12), Natalia Gil (11), and Matylda Hoelscher (8) from the Polish Weekend School on the Navan Road, Cabra. PHOTO BY DAVID MAHER/SPORTSFILE.
POLISH and Irish communities will come together at the end of the month for a national festival that’ll coincide with the crucial upcoming Republic of Ireland v Poland Euro 2016 qualifier. PolskaÉire 2015 was launched in the Aviva Stadium by Minister of State for New Communities, Culture and Equality, Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, with the help of some Polish youngsters from the Polish Weekend School on the Navan Road, Cabra. More...
Friday, March 6, 2015 12:00
Bridge cures bottleneck blues
• The Dempsey family, Tom, Sue, Robyn and Roan, pictured on the new road bridge at Ratoath Road. PHOTO BY PAUL SHARP/SHARPPIX
THE new €9.8 million Ratoath Road Bridge in Cabra opened to traffic last week, finally putting an end to one of the Northside’s most notorious bottlenecks. Reilly’s Crossing was one of the busiest manually operated rail level crossings on the Iarnród Éireann network and the new bridge will be welcomed by local motorists and pedestrians alike. More...
Friday, March 6, 2015 12:00
Northside researcher gets big European Union grant
• Professor Róisín Owens.
PROFESSOR Róisín Owens from Glasnevin has been awarded an EU grant of €150,000 for her research project that could reduce or eliminate animal drug tests. The ‘Proof of Concept’ (PoC) top up funding was granted by the European Research Council (ERC) for the project entitled ‘Exploitation of Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Biological Ionsensing (IONOSENSE)’. More...

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