Dublin football manager Jim Gavin gets city pub renamed after him

Dublin football manager Jim Gavin gets city pub renamed after him

By Mary Dennehy

CLONDALKIN legend Jim Gavin is not on...

This week's front pages - 30th August 2018 edition

This week's front pages - 30th August 2018 edition

Check out this week's Tallaght, Clondalkin, Lucan and Ballyfermot front pages... The ...

Lidl reopens new Fortunestown store

Lidl reopens new Fortunestown store

FOLLOWING four months of construction, Lidl Ireland today reopened its new, multi-mil...

Firearm seized in Clondalkin house and two males arrested

Firearm seized in Clondalkin house and two males arrested

By Mark Keane

A firearm was seized in Clondalkin and two males were arre...

Over 20 stalls expected at Crumlin health fair

Over 20 stalls expected at Crumlin health fair

By Maurice Garvey

CRUMLIN Walkinstown Local Forum are inviting residents...

Check out this week's local education and training opportunities

Check out this week's local education and training opportunities

The Echo has a host of exciting education, training and upskilling opportunities this...

Shop owner sells winning 500k EuroMillions ticket after just 10 days in business

Shop owner sells winning 500k EuroMillions ticket after just 10 days in business

By Mary Dennehy

A SHOP owner in Walkinstown celebrate...

Tax and welfare systems “unfairly treat” cohabiting couples

Tax and welfare systems “unfairly treat” cohabiting couples

By Mary Dennehy

CALLS have been made for the Governme...

Local road closures on Sunday

Local road closures on Sunday

Maurice Garvey 

WITH the equivalent of the capac...

DSPCA appeals for information after young dog abandoned on M50

DSPCA appeals for information after young dog abandoned on M50

THE DSPCA is appealing for information after a young dog was abandoned on the M50 on ...

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