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Animal charity moves mobile clinic after vicious robbery

AN ANIMAL welfare charity has been forced to move its mobile clinic in Ballyfermot after a robbery. The Blue Cross announced today that its mobile...

Minister announces massive investment in digital technology for schools

THE Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan was visiting the Southside this afternoon where she announced a €210m investment in digital technology in...

Protest this Saturday over Dun Laoghaire cruise berth plan

A PUBLIC protest will be held on Saturday to voice local concerns about a controversial cruise berth planning application for Dún Laoghaire Harbour. An Bord...

Garda seek information on aggravated burglary

GARDAÍ investigating an aggravated burglary in the Osprey/Orwell area of Templeogue, yesterday (Monday, October 5) are seeking the public's assistance. At approximately 11.20am yesterday, a...

Dun laoghaire RNLI crew awarded for 120 years service

FOUR volunteer crew members at Dun Laoghaire RNLI have been recognised this week for their commitment to the charity that saves lives at sea. Kieran...

Springsteens photographer to meet fans at Dublin exhibition

HUNDREDS of Bruce Springsteen fans and art collectors have applied for free tickets to an exhibition in Dublin next week for a chance to...

Horse rider jumps back in the saddle after spinal scare

A 17-year-old Dublin girl has told how her life is back on track after a debilitating spinal condition almost ruined her dreams. Carly Little, from...

Search is on for Southsides best volunteers

THE search is on for the Southside’s unspoken heroes. Volunteer Ireland has launched its eighth annual Volunteer Ireland Awards with a call for nominations. The Volunteer...

Irelands largest primary school opens its doors in Knocklyon

MINISTER Alex White has officially cut the red tape on St Colmcille’s National School in Knocklyon. The state-of-the-art school serves 1,600 pupils and employs 80...

Parents object to new hospital site

A MAJORITY of parents surveyed are opposed to the location of the proposed new National Children’s Hospital on the St James’s campus site. According to...

Victims of domestic violence left reeling as refuge faces closure

SEVERAL abused women and their children face a return to the home they fled or be forced to enter into homelessness as doubts hang...

Devlin and Hanafin both outline election priorities

THE two Fianna Fáil councillors selected to run for the party in Dun Laoghaire in the forthcoming General Election have set out their stalls. Cllr...
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More than 500 checkpoints conducted in Dublin and surrounding counties

OVER 500 checkpoints were conducted over the weekend in Dublin and surrounding counties under Operation Fanacht, gardai have revealed. Following a Government decision in relation...

Missing Person Appeal issued for Patrick O’Shea in Dublin 7

GARDAI are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 58-year-old Patrick O'Shea, who was last seen in the Dublin 7 area on...

Another 103 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Dublin

A TOTAL of 103 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Dublin. The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been informed that two people...

Local councillor “deeply concerned” over rising Covid-19 cases in Tallaght

Fianna Fáil Councillor Charlie O’Connor has expressed his concerns about the rising Covid-19 cases in Tallaght.  Councillor O'Connor is a member of the Regional Health...