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UCD wastewater boys win award

TWO young researchers have been honoured with a prestigious UCD award for the success of a spin-out company that will create 15 new jobs...

Bull Ring opens its doors in the heart of the Liberties

THE Bull Ring Market, a longstanding landmark building, has just opened its doors in the heart of the Liberties after undergoing major investment and...

Dublin’s homeowners are warned of burglary threat

DUBLIN householders have been urged to be on their guard after figures revealed a surge in the number of break-ins across he capital last...

Welcome to HELL!

Ireland’s toughest physical and mental endurance challenge is returning to the stunning Killruddery Estate on Sunday, January 31. Featuring prominently for a number of years...

New smoking ban a ‘waste of time’

A NEW ban on smoking in cars where children are present that came into force on New Year’s Day has been described as a...

Byrne welcomes funding for the Irish Blue Cross

A TOTAL of €180,000 has been allocated in funding for the Irish Blue Cross animal care charity in Inchicore. The money is part of an...

New kids’ home opens in Firhouse

A NEW children’s home has opened on the Southside. Novas Bellevue Children’s Home and Haarlem Court apartment complex in Firhouse comprises eight two-bed units. These are...

Dublin fails EU standards on sewage

THE Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said that more investment is required to eliminate the discharge of raw sewage from urban areas after Dublin...

New panels bring city’s history to life

Neil Fetherstonhaugh   TWELVE new interpretive panels were unveiled across Dublin  recently to promote key historic sites in the city and to encourage greater visitor engagement...

Man found guilty of raping woman with Down’s Syndrome

A MAN has been convicted of raping a woman with Down's Syndrome after luring her back to his house. Faisal Ellahi (34) was also found...

Ranelagh couple go for gold in African run

A SOUTHSIDE couple, Anne and Pat Golden, from Ranelagh, took part in the Great Ethiopian Run last month to raise funds for international children’s...

Ireland’s over 50s are getting on their bikes

IRISH people who are over 50-years-of-age are now more likely to be active than inactive, according to a new survey from Age & Opportunity’s...
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