Coronavirus: 34 further deaths and 221 new cases

Coronavirus: 34 further deaths and 221 new cases

By William O'Connor

34 people with COVID-19 have died and 221 new cases have ...

The Echo celebrates 40 great years

The Echo celebrates 40 great years

By Aideen O'Flaherty

THIS week 40 years ago, the first edition of the Ta...

Coronavirus: 43 further deaths and 359 new confirmed cases

Coronavirus: 43 further deaths and 359 new confirmed cases

By William O'Connor

43 people with COVID-19 have died and 359 new cases have ...

Social housing sites are back on track

Social housing sites are back on track

By Maurice Garvey

A NUMBER of social housing sites in South Dublin Count...

In This Together offers new range of activities

In This Together offers new range of activities

SOUTH Dublin County Council is offering a range of activities and resources as part o...

Coronavirus: 31 further deaths and 376 new cases

Coronavirus: 31 further deaths and 376 new cases

By William O'Connor

31 people with COVID-19 have died and 376 new cases have ...

This week's front pages - 30th of April 2020

This week's front pages - 30th of April 2020

The Echo is on shop shelves today across communities in Tallaght, Clondalkin, Lucan a...

Coronavirus: 59 further deaths and 229 new cases

Coronavirus: 59 further deaths and 229 new cases

By William O'Connor

59 people with COVID-19 have died, of which 45 were labor...

Coronavirus: 18 further deaths and 386 new cases

Coronavirus: 18 further deaths and 386 new cases

By William O'Connor

18 people with COVID-19 have died, of which 17 were ...

Coronavirus: 26 further deaths and 701 new cases

Coronavirus: 26 further deaths and 701 new cases

By William O'Connor

26 people with COVID-19 have died, of which 23 were ...

  • Tallaght father Mick Morrissey issues an important message after his son Alex tragically passed away
  • Sixteen of Ireland’s most iconic sports stars join forces
  • A message from Stephen Kenny
  • Happy Mother's Day - Sea of Change Choir
  • The Echo speaks to Trish Nolan manager of the South Dublin County Volunteer Centre

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