Tag: Rathfarnham

Teenager allegedly broke man’s jaw

Teenager allegedly broke man’s jaw

News

By Brendan Grehan A TEENAGER (19) who allegedly attacked another male from behind and broke his jaw has appeared before Tallaght District ...

Two county councillors tender their resignations in one week

Two county councillors tender their resignations in one week

News

Aura McMenamin Two local councillors have announced their intention to resign as the council resumes this month. Nicky Coules of People Before ...

Philip Cairns: will there be an answer?

Philip Cairns: will there be an answer?

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By Brendan Grehan ANYBODY WHO grew up in Dublin in the 1980s remembers that photograph. A boy with dark hair on his ...

Family plea for donations for life-saving surgery for three-year-old with cerebral palsy

Family plea for donations for life-saving surgery for three-year-old with cerebral palsy

Arts & Culture

By Laura Lyne THE FAMILY of a courageous three-year-old from Rathfarnham who has cerebral palsy is hoping to fundraise for life-changing surgery ...

Gardaí appeal for missing pregnant Rathfarnham teenager

Gardaí appeal for missing pregnant Rathfarnham teenager

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By Echo Reporter Gardaí in Rathfarnham have appealed for the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 17-year-old Antonesa Hasani, who was ...

The Carousel Aware Prize for Independently Published Authors

The Carousel Aware Prize for Independently Published Authors

Human Interest Stories

By Mary Dennehy LIVING in the Dublin Mountains, Carolann Copland only started writing ten years ago – and is now at the ...

Former Edmonstown Mill on the market at €1 million

Former Edmonstown Mill on the market at €1 million

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By Laura LyneA RESIDENTIAL development site at the former Edmonstown Mill in Rathfarnham with potential for a medium density development is for ...

Over 1,000 proudly marched from Ballinteer car-park to St Enda’s Park in remembrance

Over 1,000 proudly marched from Ballinteer car-park to St Enda’s Park in remembrance

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By Echo ReporterOVER 1,000 people turned out to celebrate 1916 in Dublin South. The Dublin South 1916 People’s Parade – organised by ...

Lyme disease sufferer in danger of death, seeks to raise €100,000 to help with treatment

Lyme disease sufferer in danger of death, seeks to raise €100,000 to help with treatment

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By Echo ReporterA YOUNG woman from Rathfarnham bravely spoke to The Echo this week about the need for more awareness around Lyme ...

Little Heroes awards for brave swimmers

Little Heroes awards for brave swimmers

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By Laura LyneFOUR inspiring young swimmers have been announced as winners of the Little Heroes Award by the Water Babies swimming school ...