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New city food festival this weekend

A NEW food festival taking place this weekend is aiming to put Smithfield & Stoneybatter firmly on the culinary map. Food In The City, which...

Long wait for first Metro North tram

LAST week’s welcome news that Metro North is to finally proceed after being shelved four years ago has been tempered by estimations that it...

IBM jobs boost

IBM is to create approximately 110 new jobs in its Dublin 15 base through an expansion of its operations, it was announced last week. The...

Students help out new local charity

A NEW charity set-up in Cabra is capturing the hearts of local students, and helping impoverished communities on an island off the coast of...

Super students welcomed back

ST DOMINIC’S College, Cabra, recently welcomed back more than 20 super students who achieved outstanding results in their Leaving Certificate this year. The students were...

Clampdown on traffic light runners

PEDESTRIANS and cyclists, as well as motorists, are being targeted in a new Garda campaign aimed at reducing the number of accidents caused by...

Metro North is back on track

METRO North has been chosen as the Government’s preferred project to meet the transport needs of the region, running from the city centre to...

Hardy garda

A GROUP of 13 Gardaí from stations around Dublin set off from Ballymun Garda Station last week to prove just how long the arm...

Plans lodged for new social housing development

PLANS for a massive development in Poppintree that includes 169 social housing units, a nursing home, a leisure centre and a health facility have...

Northside DIY songwriter takes hands-on approach

WHEN local singer-songwriter Daniel Anderson found his musical career on the slide he embarked on the ultimate DIY project. Not only did he build his...

End of an era as final tower demolished

REGARDED by many outside the area as the ultimate urban housing failure, there was still many a tear shed locally as the final tower...

Local areas are dying on their knees

NORTHSIDE areas including Finglas and Ballymun are ‘dying on their knees’ it was claimed at the recent launch of radical proposals to rejuvenate Dublin’s...
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