Clondalkin Drama Group - night of loss, love and laughter

Clondalkin Drama Group - night of loss, love and laughter

By William O'Connor

Clondalkin Drama Group will bring to the stage a nig...

Shauna Keogh - ‘Getting Away with Murder’ trailer whets the appetite

Shauna Keogh - ‘Getting Away with Murder’ trailer whets the appetite

By Hayden Moore

A documentary detailing the disappearance of Wexford tee...

Rewind - Kilmainham Gaol

Rewind - Kilmainham Gaol

By Sean Heffernan

For this weeks’ offering, off we go down the tree line...

Rewind - The Royal Hospital/Irish Museum of Modern Art

Rewind - The Royal Hospital/Irish Museum of Modern Art

By Sean Heffernan

For this week’s Rewind we will take a longer walk as w...

Paul Dodd - actor takes centre stage at Melbourne Fringe festival

Paul Dodd - actor takes centre stage at Melbourne Fringe festival

By Aideen O'Flaherty

A CLONDALKIN man will be centre stage at a show at ...

People Like Me - Lynn is an inspiration to women everywhere

People Like Me - Lynn is an inspiration to women everywhere

By William O'Connor

Senator Lynn Ruane’s new powerful and inspiring memo...

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 ...

Rewind - The Wellington Monument

Rewind - The Wellington Monument

By Sean Heffernan 

For this week’s Rewind, we ar...

  • Professor Green speaks to The Echo about the First Fortnight Festival
  • Stunning moment as starlings gather in the sky
  • Operation Transformation TV presenter Kathryn Thomas was in Tallaght for Foróige’s first ever walk and talk
  • Advertise with The Echo Newspaper
  • The Echo visited the Marlet-owned 7.2 hectare site just off the Belgard Road

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