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Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12:00
Revealed: The future of Dun Laoghaire’s Baths site
• An aerial view of the proposed scheme.
A SERIES of images have been unveiled by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County County Council to illustrate their plans for the historic Baths site. Abandoned and derelict for years, the historic site is to be rejuvenated with a new coastal amenity park, marine jetty, artists’ rooms and a tea room pavilion. More...
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12:00
Surprise as O’Toole opts out of election
Dublin People
THERE was surprise on the Northside last week when Cllr Larry O’Toole, one of Sinn Féin’s top vote getters, ruled himself out of contesting the next general election. The current Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin conceded that his decision not to bid for a seat in the new constituency of Dublin Bay North would “probably” come as a surprise to his supporters. More...
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12:00
Local woman makes mini marathon appeal
• APPEAL: Zoe Woodward pictured with her daughters Lana (7), left, and Emily (9), who have cystic fibrosis. PHOTO: CONOR HEALY PHOTOGRAPHY
A LOCAL mother, whose two children have cystic fibrosis, is calling on women across the Northside to take part in this year’s VHI Women’s Mini Marathon. Zoe Woodward, from Balgriffin, is urging women to join Cystic Fibrosis Ireland’s ‘One in 1,000’ campaign for the June bank holiday Monday event. More...
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12:00
Glasnevin Trust practices are investigated
• It was alleged that Glasnevin Trust was engaging in practices designed to put competing headstone providers at a competitive disadvantage
NEW measures relating to the provision of burial plots, headstones and headstone foundations are to be introduced following an investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices by Glasnevin Trust. The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) carried out the investigation following a complaint in relation to alleged anti-competitive practices by Glasnevin Trust. More...
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12:00
Record number of transplants in 2014
• Michael Dwyer from Cabinteely, a kidney transplant recipient, is pictured with Mary Kennedy at the launch of Organ Donor Awareness Week 2015. Photo by Conor McCabe Photography
LAST year saw a record-breaking number of heart and lung transplant operations carried out in Ireland. There are now over 3,000 people enjoying extended life as a result of organ transplantation here but the opportunity to foster greater links with Northern Ireland to improve rates has been proposed as a ‘win win’ situation for both sides of the border. More...

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