Construction will start on new paediatric centre

Construction will start on new paediatric centre

By Mary Dennehy

CLOSE on ten years ago, The Echo publ...

Council’s 115 actions climate change plan

Council’s 115 actions climate change plan

By Mary Dennehy

SOUTH Dublin County Council has finalised its Draft Clim...

‘No basis’ to Celtic buying stake in Shamrock Rovers

‘No basis’ to Celtic buying stake in Shamrock Rovers

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

THERE is “no basis” to rep...

Survey highlights 12c difference in local fuel prices

Survey highlights 12c difference in local fuel prices

By Maurice Garvey

Motorists are baffled by the differences in petrol and...

Tallaght named as cleanest city area

Tallaght named as cleanest city area

By Aideen O'Flaherty

TALLAGHT was listed as the cleanest area of Dublin ...

Fundraising page set up to support Megan’s family

Fundraising page set up to support Megan’s family

By Hayden Moore

A DONATION page has been set up online to help the famil...

Tea, cake and a chat about your fitness and nutrition

Tea, cake and a chat about your fitness and nutrition

By Mary Dennehy

THE NEXT meeting of the free, community-based Dementia C...

Students have difficulty securing second level places

Students have difficulty securing second level places

By Aideen O'Flaherty

STUDENTS from Citywest Educate Together National Sc...

‘Appalling’ three and half year wait for a language therapist

‘Appalling’ three and half year wait for a language therapist

By Mary Dennehy

A THREE-and-a-half year wait for a speech and language t...

Council spent €1.3 million targeting illegal dumping

Council spent €1.3 million targeting illegal dumping

By Brendan Grehan

SOUTH Dublin County Council have spent over €1.3 milli...

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