Permission granted for the construction of 343 homes

Permission granted for the construction of 343 homes

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

PLANS for the development ...

New public park plans include areas for playing cricket and basketball

New public park plans include areas for playing cricket and basketball

By Aideen O’Flaherty

PLANS for the provision of a new public park in Ada...

Hospital CEO looks forward to working with board and staff

Hospital CEO looks forward to working with board and staff

By Mary Dennehy

TALLAGHT University Hospital has this week announced the appo...

New owners to continue business at Superdome in Palmerstown

New owners to continue business at Superdome in Palmerstown

By Brendan Grehan

AFTER 25 years in operation, the Palmerstown Superdome...

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...

Man hospitalised with facial injuries following assault

Man hospitalised with facial injuries following assault

By Mary Dennehy

GARDAI in Lucan have launched an investigation after a m...

Dream set to come true for brave young James Casserly

Dream set to come true for brave young James Casserly

By Brendan Grehan

IT WILL be a New Year to remember for Lucan’s James Ca...

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...

Over 500 run to raise €3,500

Over 500 run to raise €3,500

By William O'Connor

THE COMMUNITY turned out in force at Lucan Harriers,...

305 apartments refused at former Vincent L Byrne site

305 apartments refused at former Vincent L Byrne site

By Brendan Grehan 

AN BORD Pleanala have refused...

  • 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
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  • The Echo visited the Marlet-owned 7.2 hectare site just off the Belgard Road

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