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OVER 40 people went to a food table that was set up to provide hot meals for people in need in Tallaght on Monday evening, and the organiser has praised the generosity of the local community.
Aylesbury woman Linda Maritza has been involved in helping homeless people and people in need in the locality for several years, after she began helping a homeless man who sought shelter at her local shopping centre four years ago.
FROGS have already spawned and the Tallaght wetlands site they once called home, before tonnes of silt was dumped atop of it in 2019, may be on track to “bounce back” quicker than expected.
Local conservationist Collie Ennis has been keeping a close eye on the site which he once called “a little gem” and this week, has discovered that the common frog population has returned in force.
The popular light house in Kilnamanagh has gone green ahead of St Patrick’s Day.
Stephen Stroughair has decorated his house in green lights to mark the national holiday.
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14-year-old Abi Ward, who attends Firhouse Community College, embarked on a fundraiser to raise funds for charity and received a signed jersey from her favourite Liverpool player as a token of his appreciation for her hard work.
Nobody was injured this evening when a bus, with no passengers or driver on board, left the terminus at The Square and ended up in a bush on the outskirts of the shopping centre car park.
Young Isaac from Kilnamanagh was presented with a Garda hat from the Community Policing Unit in Tallaght Garda Station on Thursday.
Isaac who is Garda mad received a Garda bike from Santa last month and was out on patrol with his new colleagues in Kilnamanagh on Thursday.
See full story in next week’s paper.
Ducks in Tymon Park were spotted skating into the New Year earlier today, after a drop in temperatures caused the park’s lakes to freeze over.