WATCH Young Kaiden from Tallaght conducting the Garda Band to the song Circle of Life from the Lion King at the Little Blue Heroes Foundation event in Tallaght Stadium this evening.
The Echo wins The Best Small Family Business of the Year Award at the Energia Family Business Awards
WATCH: The Echo is delighted to have won The Best Small Family Business of the Year Award at this years Energia Family Business Awards. The past 18 months have been difficult for all businesses but the Echo family which includes our colleagues, advertisers and readers continued to support The Echo allowing us to keep our […]
WATCH: Starting football at the age of six, 10-year-old Ava Buckley who currently plays for the U11s girl’s team in Clondalkin Celtic FC. shows off her juggling skills while her devotion to the sport grows. Click here for the full story: HERE
WATCH: There was wild celebrations in Kilnamanagh this evening after St Kevins/Kilian’s GAA Club claimed their first ever Dublin Ladies Junior Football Shield title after beating Geraldine Morans.
WATCH: This short film brings together the story of women living in Clondalkin and surrounding areas who made Irish crochet in the 1950s and 1960s.
WATCH: Some 4,000 years of Tallaght’s history has been crafted by local resident Albert Perris into an epic poem, which provides the backdrop to this locally produced video. Video courtesy of Tallaght Community Council (TCC).
WATCH: The residents of De Selby were out in force to welcome home Ireland’s Olympic hero Jack Woolley from Tokyo.
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Surrendered ducklings being cared for by the DSPCA this week after it emerged that baby ducks were being sold to young people for €5.
The DSPCA has encouraged anyone who has a duckling to call the animal shelter, and to not release the duckling in a local park.
Clondalkin Animal Aid can also be contacted.
Read more on The Echo website HERE – https://tinyurl.com/DSCPAducklings
(Video: courtesy of the DSPCA)
An American Fire engine received a warm welcome after its long journey from New York to Dublin.
As reported previously in The Echo, Crumlin native Liam Moore decided to purchase the 1987 Seagrave Tiller in an auction before Christmas and will use it for charitable events in the future.