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Monday, November 24, 2014 12:00
Little Tadhg’s dream to walk
Tadhg Kelly pictured during one of his Water Babies classes.
THE parents of a four-year-old Clonsilla boy suffering from cerebral palsy are hoping locals in Dublin 15 will get behind a final fundraising push for a life changing operation in the US that could enable him to take his first steps. More...
Monday, November 24, 2014 12:00
Water war set to rumble on
Dublin People
PROTESTERS against the water charges are gathering in Dundrum this week to discuss their next step in the campaign.

Representatives from the Dublin 14, 16 and 18 areas will be meeting in the Mill Theatre on Tuesday night ahead of the Right to Water Anti Water Charges Assembly on December 10. More...
Monday, November 24, 2014 12:00
Mandy’s off to the World Cup
Goal-den girl Mandy King from Ballymun will be playing for Ireland in the Amputee World Cup. PHOTO BY DARREN KINSELLA.
SOCCER fans might have heard that Ireland’s amputee team are off to the World Cup at the end of the month from founder Simon Baker’s interruption of Roy Keane’s press conference last week.

It takes guts to cross Keane, but this Irish team has bundles of it, including Mandy King from Ballymun, the only female member of the squad heading out to Mexico for the finals on November 30. More...
Monday, November 24, 2014 12:00
Dublin West set for huge jobs bonanza for
Dublin People
DUBLIN 15 is getting a major jobs boost thanks to news that bio-pharma giant Bristol-Myers Squibb is to build a new cutting edge manufacturing facility in Blanchardstown north.

Around 1,000 construction jobs and up to 400 scientists, engineers, bioprocess operators, quality specialists and other skilled positions are to be created from the expansion of the company’s operations at its Cruiserath site. More...
Monday, November 24, 2014 12:00
Local senator’s adoption call
Senator Averil Power
A NORTHSIDE Senator has called for the Government to enact a bill that will give adoptees a right to their birth certs, listing their original names and their natural parents’ names.
Senator Averil Power’s Adoption (Identity and Information) Bill 2014 passed through the second stage in the Seanad last week. More...

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