Plans for cafe to be run by former addicts and prisoners

Plans for cafe to be run by former addicts and prisoners

By Maurice Garvey

PROPOSALS for a social enterprise café in Ballyfermot ...

Iconic Gala building back in business after five years

Iconic Gala building back in business after five years

By Maurice Garvey 

THE Gala building in Ballyfer...

Key benefits of Return to Learning course was the sense of confidence

Key benefits of Return to Learning course was the sense of confidence

By Maurice Garvey

THE Return to Learning class of 2017-18 in Ballyfermot...

SVP volunteers brace themselves for 2019

SVP volunteers brace themselves for 2019

By Aideen O'Flaherty

ST Vincent de Paul (SVP) volunteers are bracing the...

Assaulted man critical but stable

Assaulted man critical but stable

By Brendan Grehan

A Ballyfermot man is in a critical but stable condition aft...

Cherry Orchard homes to be completed in New Year

Cherry Orchard homes to be completed in New Year

By Maurice Garvey

DUBLIN City Council confirmed the remaining homes at a...

Student awarded top scholarship

Student awarded top scholarship

By Maurice Garvey

A BALLYFERMOT student who completed her Leaving Certif...

Football club raises over €1,500 for hospital

Football club raises over €1,500 for hospital

By Maurice Garvey

CHERRY Orchard Football Club seniors raised over €1,50...

St Dominic’s hits the 50 per cent for third level

St Dominic’s hits the 50 per cent for third level

By Maurice Garvey

RESULTS of the Irish Times ‘Feeder Schools 2018’, reve...

Burglar found rummaging through a rack of jackets is caught by homeowner

Burglar found rummaging through a rack of jackets is caught by homeowner

A ST Patrick’s Day celebrant who burgled a house on his way home was sentenced to 180...

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