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.
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(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.
The ‘Txt 2 Connect’ service is being run by the South Dublin County Partnership, after they secured funding from the Children and Young People’s Services Committees (CYPSC) for the pilot project.
The egg-citement is building ahead of the Easter bunny coming on Sunday morning with Stephen Stroughair from Kilnamanagh once again decorating his house with lights to celebrate the occasion
Dublin Fire Brigade dealt with a blaze at a car scrap yard on the Greenhills Road around 10pm on Saturday night.
Five units from Tallaght and Dolphins Barn brought the fire under control. No injuries were reported.
A Happy St Patrick’s Day from Dublin Fire Brigade in Dolphin’s Barn. #Staysafe #StPatricksDay #FireSafety #frontline
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