Scotty B - Civic show on Saturday, October 20th

Scotty B - Civic show on Saturday, October 20th

By Hayden Moore

Growing up in Jobstown can be challenging at times, but ...

Local Faces - Catrina O'Connor

Local Faces - Catrina O'Connor

Catrina O'Connor is a mother-of-two who works as a Special Needs Assistant in St Jose...

September 1972: First community school in Ireland opens in Tallaght

September 1972: First community school in Ireland opens in Tallaght

By Mary Dennehy

DID you know that Tallaght Community ...

Looking Deadly - Hilarious play coming to Civic Theatre

Looking Deadly - Hilarious play coming to Civic Theatre

By William O'Connor

Written and performed by Niamh McGrath and Keith Sin...

Beauty & the Beast - 98FM's Karl Dawson stars in this years Red Cow Panto

Beauty & the Beast - 98FM's Karl Dawson stars in this years Red Cow Panto

The Red Cow Inn one of Irelands best known cabaret venues where some of Ireland’s gre...

Nightsong - Exhibition comes to Ballyroan Library

Nightsong - Exhibition comes to Ballyroan Library

By William O'Connor

Knocklyon-based artist Emma Higgins is hosting an ex...

Jolene Cox - One Yummy Mummy releases first cook book

Jolene Cox - One Yummy Mummy releases first cook book

By Hayden Moore 

From working as a nanny around ...

Red Line Book Festival attracts the top stars of literature and arts

Red Line Book Festival attracts the top stars of literature and arts

By William O' Connor 

A HOST of top Irish and in...

Civic reaching milestone year - New look for Civic Theatre

Civic reaching milestone year - New look for Civic Theatre

The Civic Theatre have been thinking a great deal lately abou...

Not Just a Princess - From blog to book series

Not Just a Princess - From blog to book series

By Hayden Moore 

From a blog being launched just...

  • Peamount United win Women's National League Cup Final
  • Thomas Davis members congratulated after All-Ireland victory
  • Community out in force to support Team James Fundraiser
  • Bollards in Tallaght Village leading to traffic tailbacks
  • Dublin Ladies GAA get big Thomas Davis cheer for Sunday