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Monday, October 27, 2014 12:00
Plea for autism service dog
PLEA: Alex Murphy pictured with his mum Melissa. PHOTO: DARREN KINSELLA
THE mother of a child with autism is appealing for financial help to allow her acquire a specially trained dog that would greatly improve her son’s quality of life.

Alex Murphy (3), from Priorswood, was diagnosed with autism a year ago. More...
Monday, October 27, 2014 12:00
Locals key to new domestic violence recommendations
Dublin People
TWO straight talking local campaigners who have spent the past 18 months lobbying for changes in domestic violence laws have had their voices heard in a new report designed to form the basis of improved legislation.

Rita Harling, from Finglas, and Priscilla Grainger, Navan Road, who founded the Do or Die Foundation in February 2013, have been key contributors to the report from the Justice, Defence and Equality Dáil committee. More...
Monday, October 27, 2014 12:00
Legendary historian features in award-winning documentary
Shane MacThomais takes visitors on a tour. One Million Dubliners opens in city cinemas this weekend.
DUBLINERS will have a chance to see late, great Dublin historian Shane MacThomáis at his best when the much anticipated documentary ‘One Million Dubliners’ opens in city cinemas this weekend.

MacThomáis tragically took his own life while the film was being edited and director Aoife Kelleher and producer Rachel Lysaght decided it wouldn’t be complete without including footage of the funeral. More...
Monday, October 27, 2014 12:00
Was grave attack political?
Dublin People
THE vandalism of WT Cosgrave’s grave in Goldenbridge Cemetery last week may have been politically motivated, the head of a local heritage group believes.

The top of the granite cross that marks the resting place of Mr Cosgrave, who was the first head of an independent Irish Government, was broken in two by heartless vandals. More...
Monday, October 27, 2014 12:00
Local hospitals are prepared for Ebola virus
Dublin People
LOCAL Northside hospitals are prepared to deal with any future suspected Ebola cases, despite reports that Irish emergency departments aren’t ready for the deadly virus.

Last week the Mater Hospital’s readiness was tested when a woman suspected of contracting Ebola was taken from a house in Tyrrelstown, Dublin 15, on Monday, October 20, and admitted to the National Isolation Unit there. More...

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