Area should be more wheelchair accessible

Area should be more wheelchair accessible

COUNCILLORS have asked South Dublin County Council to look into making Clondalkin a m...

Residents object to nursing home plans at Presentation Convent

Residents object to nursing home plans at Presentation Convent

By Maurice Garvey

PLANS for a nursing home at the historic Presentation ...

Group don’t have enough food to give out to homeless

Group don’t have enough food to give out to homeless

By Maurice Garvey

LAST year, homeless activist Dave Moore took part in a...

Bottle banks rejected due to fear of illegal dumping

Bottle banks rejected due to fear of illegal dumping

By Maurice Garvey 

SHOPPING centres in Clondalki...

Students celebrate receiving well deserved QQI awards

Students celebrate receiving well deserved QQI awards

By William O'Connor 

ONE of the highlights on th...

Agreement is reached to keep Tower Hotel opened

Agreement is reached to keep Tower Hotel opened

By Maurice Garvey

AN AGREEMENT has been reached to keep the Direct Provi...

Mayor to run Dublin Marathon to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis

Mayor to run Dublin Marathon to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis

By Maurice Garvey 

MAYOR of South Dublin County ...

Free Men's Health Morning with GPs

Free Men's Health Morning with GPs

Maurice Garvey

A FREE health morning for men, which will see GPs in attendanc...

Man thought he was going to die during violent attack

Man thought he was going to die during violent attack

By Declan Brennan

A young man who took part in a violent assault that le...

Eight-month suspended sentence for man who carried out a series of thefts

Eight-month suspended sentence for man who carried out a series of thefts

A MAN who carried out a series of thefts and other offences across Clondalkin and Luc...

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