Council removes 12 burnt  out cars during clean-up

Council removes 12 burnt out cars during clean-up

By Maurice Garvey

A RECENT council clean up in Cherry Orchard included t...

Peter’s 180 challenge for Tallaght Hospital

Peter’s 180 challenge for Tallaght Hospital

By Maurice Garvey

A DARTS player temporarily out of work is using his ti...

Surreal feel around normally busy spots

Surreal feel around normally busy spots

By Maurice Garvey

SUCH a surreal feeling to be in normally busy villages...

Lynda put her skills to use to make over 200 cotton masks

Lynda put her skills to use to make over 200 cotton masks

By Maurice Garvey

Covid-19 has laid waste to thousands of hard working s...

‘I can’t see my kids or my family’ says mother in self-isolation

‘I can’t see my kids or my family’ says mother in self-isolation

By Maurice Garvey

WEDNESDAY was Day 11 of self-isolation for a healthcar...

Community responds to food bank closure

Community responds to food bank closure

By Maurice Garvey

SERVICES in Ballyfermot responded to the closure of a ...

Rezoning of industrial land to be changed to protect employment

Rezoning of industrial land to be changed to protect employment

By Maurice Garvey

PLANS for rezoning of industrial lands in Balyfermot, ...

Food bank forced to close it’s service to 180 people

Food bank forced to close it’s service to 180 people

By Maurice Garvey

THE Society of St Vincent de P...

Tutors using technology to keep students up to date

Tutors using technology to keep students up to date

By Maurice Garvey

REMOTE learning has become a vital go-to-model in thir...

New apartment plans  for Black Horse Inn site

New apartment plans for Black Horse Inn site

By Maurice Garvey

AN ALMOST identical planning application for a previou...

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