Tallaght

St Mark’s JNS awarded second green flag award

William O Connor- June 27, 2022 0

THERE was delight for pupils in St Mark’s Junior National School after they were awarded their second green flag under the theme ‘water’ this week. ... Read More

St Mark’s JNS awarded second green flag award
Students ‘Splash of Colour’ profits €1,500 for charities

Students ‘Splash of Colour’ profits €1,500 for charities

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STUDENTS from St Mark’s Senior National School who recently took part in Bí Gnóthach, an initiative run by the Local Enterprise Board (LEO), donated money ... Read More

Ex Static for Abu Dhabi World Final

Ex Static for Abu Dhabi World Final

Tallaght 0

Zuzanna Cieslewicz’s design, ‘Ex Static’ has been voted RTÉ Wild Card by the public and will now go on to take the final spot at ... Read More

Clondalkin

Have your say at Camac public consultation days

Echo Staff- June 27, 2022 0

PUBLIC consultations on the River Camac flood alleviation scheme are being held this Tuesday and Wednesday in Clondalkin and Inchicore. In Clondalkin, the public consultation ... Read More

Have your say at Camac public consultation days
Owner of RIC Barracks in Clondalkin village is ‘in absentia’

Owner of RIC Barracks in Clondalkin village is ‘in absentia’

Clondalkin 0

ATEMPTS to serve notices on the owner of the RIC Barracks in Clondalkin village by the enforcement and derelict sites sections in South Dublin County ... Read More

Féile Cheol Áras Chrónáin big hit with the community

Féile Cheol Áras Chrónáin big hit with the community

Clondalkin 0

AN INTIMATE live music festival in the grounds of Áras Chrónáin is going down a real treat with the surrounding community ahead of its final ... Read More

Ballyfermot

Crumlin scores ‘very well’ in first IBAL litter survey

Mary Dennehy- June 27, 2022 0

CRUMLIN scored ‘very well’ in its first inclusion of the IBAL litter survey, with over half of the sites visited receiving a top litter grade. ... Read More

Crumlin scores ‘very well’ in first IBAL litter survey
Máirín (108) visits Baldonnel to celebrate cousin’s flypast

Máirín (108) visits Baldonnel to celebrate cousin’s flypast

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ONE of Ireland’s oldest residents visited the Irish Air Corps Baldonnel base on Monday to celebrate another milestone. Máirín Hughes, who celebrated her 108th birthday ... Read More

New autism space will ‘take away some of the burden’ for parents

New autism space will ‘take away some of the burden’ for parents

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THE opening of a new autism space will help to “take away some of the burden” for parents of children on the spectrum. Bluebell Community ... Read More

Lucan

Remembering Dr Noël Browne – the minister who battled TB

Aideen O'Flaherty- June 27, 2022 0

A COMMEMORATIVE stone in recognition of former health minister Dr Noël Browne’s role in eradicating tuberculosis in Ireland was unveiled in the grounds of Peamount ... Read More

Remembering Dr Noël Browne – the minister who battled TB
New Mandarin challenge for Leaving Cert students

New Mandarin challenge for Leaving Cert students

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SITTING the first-ever Leaving Certificate Mandarin Chinese exam posed a whole new level of challenges to the students who sat it this week, but for ... Read More

Walk in My Shoes mental health ambassadors joy at graduating

Walk in My Shoes mental health ambassadors joy at graduating

Lucan 0

FOUR local students joined over 100 Transition Year students across Ireland in graduating as Walk in My Shoes mental health ambassadors, reports Lauren Castleman. Aaron ... Read More

Sport

McCabe bags hat-trick as Ireland hammer Georgia

- June 27, 2022 0

KILNAMANAGH’S Katie McCabe bagged a hat-trick as the Republic of Ireland Senior Women’s National team secured an emphatic 9-0 win over Georgia in their Group ... Read More

McCabe bags hat-trick as Ireland hammer Georgia
Sport

Harrington weathers Stricker surge to land US Senior Open

- June 27, 2022 0

PADRAIG Harrington just about manged to weather a final-round fight-back by Steve Stricker to capture US Senior Open title at Saucon Valley Country Club. The ... Read More

Harrington weathers Stricker surge to land US Senior Open
Sport

Adeleke clinches dramatic 100m win in National Championships

- June 27, 2022 0

RHASIDAT Adeleke pulled off a dramatic 100m victory in yesterday’s Irish Life Health National Senior Track and Field Championships, pipping Molly Scott to the title ... Read More

Adeleke clinches dramatic 100m win in National Championships
Sport

Molloy and Geoghan make it a double for Sacred Heart

- June 24, 2022 0

IT WAS a double for Sacred Heart Boxing Club at the National Junior Cadet Championship Finals held in the National Stadium last weekend. While Abbey ... Read More

Molloy and Geoghan make it a double for Sacred Heart
Sport

Dixon and Kelly selected for major summer internationals

- June 24, 2022 0

TALLAGHT Athletic Club will have no shortage of interest in some of the big international meets this summer. While Cormac Dixon will be representing Ireland ... Read More

Dixon and Kelly selected for major summer internationals
Business

Aisling Tucks into making vegan food business a success

- June 23, 2022 0

WHEN Aisling Tuck started baking vegan brownies and cookies in her parents’ kitchen in 2017, she set in motion the development of a successful business ... Read More

Aisling Tucks into making vegan food business a success
Business

Meet the employers actively hiring at local Job Fair

- June 20, 2022 0

THE South Dublin County Partnership is hosting a Job Fair in The Square shopping centre this Wednesday, June 22. Members of the community are invited ... Read More

Meet the employers actively hiring at local Job Fair
Business

Drone delivery start-up faces court action over patents row

- June 14, 2022 0

DRONE delivery start-up Manna is facing court action from drone systems and services provider Nordic Unmanned, in a row over patents. The Norwegian company, which ... Read More

Drone delivery start-up faces court action over patents row
Business

Tech firm Workhuman wins Great Place to Work awards

- June 14, 2022 0

PARK WEST tech firm Workhuman, has won a number of accolades at the Great Place to Work Ireland awards. The company, with a valuation of ... Read More

Tech firm Workhuman wins Great Place to Work awards
Business

Winthrop founder is main beneficiary of €130 million share restructuring

- June 13, 2022 0

BUSINESSMAN Barry English, the founder and majority shareholder of Ballymount engineering firm Winthrop, is to be the main beneficiary of a €130m share restructuring at ... Read More

Winthrop founder is main beneficiary of €130 million share restructuring
Pfizer to construct a freezer plant room in Grange Castle

Pfizer to construct a freezer plant room in Grange Castle

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MULTINATIONAL pharmaceutical company Pfizer has been granted planning permission by South Dublin County Council to build a new freezer plant platform structure and store building. ... Read More

KCR House pub on the market with guide price of €1.75 million

KCR House pub on the market with guide price of €1.75 million

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THE KCR House pub in Kimmage has gone on the market with a guide price in excess of €1.75 million. The premises consists of the ... Read More

Suncroft House apartments and houses gets go-ahead after appeal

Suncroft House apartments and houses gets go-ahead after appeal

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THE decision to refuse permission for the demolition of Suncroft House in Ballymount to make way for the construction of four houses and five apartments ... Read More

Arts & Culture

The Year Time Stopped: Photographer Una is honoured to be apart of book

- June 24, 2022 0

The Year Time Stopped is a new coffee table book, which features our lives in the year 2020. The book will be released on June ... Read More

The Year Time Stopped: Photographer Una is honoured to be apart of book
Arts & Culture

Blues Man Tour: Don Baker who is 55 years touring returns to The Civic

- June 23, 2022 0

After two years off the road Don Baker is returning to The Civic with his new ‘Blues Man Tour’, reports Lauren Castleman. The tour will ... Read More

Blues Man Tour: Don Baker who is 55 years touring returns to The Civic
Arts & Culture

Singer-songwriter Zoe – Dreams of collaborating with Ed Sheeran

- June 23, 2022 0

Zoe Clarke first picked up a guitar at the age of five and has been developing her skills as a musician ever since. The talented ... Read More

Singer-songwriter Zoe – Dreams of collaborating with Ed Sheeran
Arts & Culture

Nature on our doorsteps: Worms after the rain

- June 23, 2022 0

The morning after a night of rain, earthworms are sometimes seen along concrete paths. Heavy rain causes a vibration in the soil which, to a ... Read More

Nature on our doorsteps: Worms after the rain
Arts & Culture

Nature on our doorsteps: Yellows and Blues

- June 16, 2022 0

The lovely Bird’s-foot Trefoil is in full bloom at the moment. This native wildflower is a member of the pea family of plants. It grows ... Read More

Nature on our doorsteps: Yellows and Blues
Echo Rewind

Point in Time: The fight for our Hospital

- November 19, 2021 0

MAKING its way through the streets of Dublin on Sunday, June 21 1998, a squad of 12 high-tech Eastern Health Board ambulances carefully transported their ... Read More

Point in Time: The fight for our Hospital
Echo Rewind

Point in Time: Ballyfermot’s lost jewel

- October 7, 2021 0

SEPTEMBER marked 25 years since some 650 workers from the Semperit plant in Ballyfermot saw a huge chapter of their working lives brought to a ... Read More

Point in Time: Ballyfermot’s lost jewel
Echo Rewind

Point in Time: Lucan back at the ’90s

- August 29, 2021 0

IT WAS all happening in Lucan in the 1990s as the country hobbled from a period of bleak recession into the warm glow of the ... Read More

Point in Time: Lucan back at the ’90s
Echo Rewind

Point in Time: A new home for the force

- July 19, 2021 0

By Stephen Leonard STANDING alone and impressively amid clear green fields just off the Belgard Road, there was little to impede sight of the new ... Read More

Point in Time: A new home for the force
Echo Rewind

Point in Time: The fight to save the Mill

- June 23, 2021 0

By Stephen Leonard THE metal gates that barred entry to the Clondalkin Paper Mill in late January 1982 could do little to check the flood ... Read More

Point in Time: The fight to save the Mill
Sponsored Content

The European Union’s commitment to Ukraine remains steadfast

- April 14, 2022 0

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February, the EU has been united in its condemnation of Russia for grossly violating international law, undermining European and ... Read More

The European Union’s commitment to Ukraine remains steadfast
Sponsored Content

Looking for an apprenticeship? AirconMech is looking for you…

- January 28, 2022 0

AirconMech, one of Ireland’s premier Mechanical and Engineering services company, is holding an apprenticeship open day on Wednesday, February 2. Specialising in the installation and ... Read More

Looking for an apprenticeship? AirconMech is looking for you…
Sponsored Content

Meet Peter Dunne, Manager of Jordan’s Centra Springfield

- December 22, 2021 0

“Everyday is different and that is one of the joys about it”, says Peter Dunne, who has been managing Jordan’s Centra in Springfield for the ... Read More

Meet Peter Dunne, Manager of Jordan’s Centra Springfield
Sponsored Content

Study Data Centre Operations at TU Dublin Blanchardstown

- December 21, 2021 0

Last chance to apply! AWS has partnered with TU Dublin Blanchardstown on the Data Centre Operations (DCO) course, starting in January 2022. According to AWS, ... Read More

Study Data Centre Operations at TU Dublin Blanchardstown
Sponsored Content

Meet Sarah O’Reilly, Manager of Jordan’s Super Valu Fortunestown

- December 17, 2021 0

MEET Sarah O’Reilly, the Manager of Jordan’s Super Valu in Fortunestown. Working with Jordan’s for more than 20 years, Sarah grew up in Springfield and ... Read More

Meet Sarah O’Reilly, Manager of Jordan’s Super Valu Fortunestown