Kayla cuts 16 inches of hair to raise €4k for two charities

Kayla cuts 16 inches of hair to raise €4k for two charities

By Maurice Garvey

A YOUNG girl cut 16 inches of hair off her locks – rai...

Promoting positive wellbeing

Promoting positive wellbeing

By Aideen O'Flaherty

CLONDALKIN Youthreach recently saw success at the Y...

County Mayor says council meetings could be held at arena

County Mayor says council meetings could be held at arena

By Maurice Garvey

HOSTING council meetings at the National Basketball Ar...

Dublin Fire Brigade attend house fire in Clondalkin

Dublin Fire Brigade attend house fire in Clondalkin

By William O'Connor

Three units of Dublin Fire Brigade from Tallaght and Dolp...

Fitness instructor teaching outdoor classes to keep neighbours active

Fitness instructor teaching outdoor classes to keep neighbours active

By Maurice Garvey

A FITNESS instructor from Clondalkin is teaching outdo...

Price of Clonburris affordable houses ‘may fluctuate’

Price of Clonburris affordable houses ‘may fluctuate’

By Maurice Garvey

THE first council housing development in the Clonburri...

Gardai recover 95 bicylces as they search for owners

Gardai recover 95 bicylces as they search for owners

By Maurice Garvey

CLOSE to 100 bicycles were stolen in the Clondalkin an...

Demand for homeless service rises by 50% during Covid-19

Demand for homeless service rises by 50% during Covid-19

By Maurice Garvey

DEMAND for services at Clondalkin Helping Homeless (CH...

Couple come through the other side of Covid-19

Couple come through the other side of Covid-19

By Maurice Garvey

BIRTHDAYS are bitter sweet during Covid-19 with famili...

Prioritise pruning and cutting back of trees along cycle tracks

Prioritise pruning and cutting back of trees along cycle tracks

By William O'Connor

CALLS have been made to South Dublin County Council ...

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