183-acres of ‘long-term development potential’

183-acres of ‘long-term development potential’

By Aideen O'Flaherty

FOUR lots of lands in Allenswood in Lucan, totallin...

Girl guides complete 60km hike surviving on €3.50 a day

Girl guides complete 60km hike surviving on €3.50 a day

TWO young Lucan women have reached the pinnacle of Guiding after hiking 60km in Count...

Online auction at guide price €250k for restaurant

Online auction at guide price €250k for restaurant

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

A RESTAURANT unit in Lucan...

This week's Echo features 'first day of school' pictures from 44 local schools

This week's Echo features 'first day of school' pictures from 44 local schools

Don’t forget to pick up your copy of this week’s Echo for our Back to School special,...

Check out this week's Echo Jobs and Training - 4th September 2018 Edition

Check out this week's Echo Jobs and Training - 4th September 2018 Edition

Celebrations for the 10th anniversary of festival

Celebrations for the 10th anniversary of festival

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

A NEW live rock band stage...

Snapshot guide to daily activities for the over-55s

Snapshot guide to daily activities for the over-55s

By Mary Dennehy

FROM sports to computers and art to g...

Back-to-school costs a major source of stress

Back-to-school costs a major source of stress

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

THE PRESIDENT of a local S...

‘Transformation’ leader praises work of charity

‘Transformation’ leader praises work of charity

By Aideen O'Flaherty

AN OPERATION Transformation leader, whose daughter ...

Waterstown playground to be completed by November

Waterstown playground to be completed by November

By Aideen O'Flaherty

A COUNCILLOR has said he is “furious” about delays ...

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