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Monday, September 1, 2014 12:00
Smoking group takes issue with care centre ban
• The HSE’s new tobacco-free policy in the grounds of its care centres has been criticised.
A GROUP representing smokers has hit out a tobacco-free policy that is to be introduced in the grounds of eight Northside primary care centres. Forest Éireann, which represents smokers throughout Ireland, criticised the HSE after it announced that from September 1 it will no longer be possible to smoke anywhere on the grounds of its health centres at North Strand, Summerhill, Millmount (Drumcondra), Ballygall (Glasnevin), Cabra, Roselawn, Hartstown and Wellmount (Finglas). More...
Monday, September 1, 2014 12:00
Bus services withdrawn
Dublin People
DUBLIN Bus has defended its decision to withdraw services in Neilstown recently after serious anti-social behaviour. The company curtailed services on the night of August 20 from 9.45pm after one of their vehicles was damaged. More...
Monday, September 1, 2014 12:00
Agencies call for drug injecting centres
• Drug treatment centres are calling for medically supervised injecting centres to be introduced to help cut down on overdoses.
A NORTHSIDE based drug treatment facility is calling for injecting centres to be set up in Dublin so drug addicts can get their ‘fix’ in a safe environment. The Ana Liffey Drug Project based on Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1, says overdosing is a major health issue that needs to be tackled by an innovative approach. More...
Monday, September 1, 2014 12:00
Student pleas for MBA support
• Sean Tyrrell needs to raise €24,000 for his MBA at Queens University
A LOCAL community activist from Ballymun has made a heartfelt plea for support after being offered a rare chance to complete an MBA at Queens University in Belfast. Student Sean Tyrrell couldn’t believe his luck when told he had secured one of only 30 places on the course at the prestigious institution, but his delight was bitter-sweet as he hasn’t got the €24,000 needed to take up the offer. More...
Monday, September 1, 2014 12:00
Significant new residential project for Dundrum
• Pictured at the signing of contracts between Hibernia REIT plc and JJ Rhatigan & Company (JJR) are Enda O’Connor, JJ Rhatigan & Company; Frank O’Neill, WK Nowlan REIT Management; Padraig Rhatigan, JJ Rhatigan & Company; and Ken Woods, WK Nowlan REIT Management. Photo by Shane O'Neill
OVER 160 construction workers are to be involved in a major residential project in Dundrum. Hibernia REIT plc has signed a contract with JJ Rhatigan & Company (JJR) for the fit-out and completion of Hibernia’s 213 partially-completed apartments in Block 3 at Wyckham Point. More...

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