O’Connell tipped to become new Mayor

O’Connell tipped to become new Mayor

By Laura Lyne

AS THE annual election of a new Mayor and Deputy Mayor looms, a...

Hectic year comes to an end for Mayor Holland

Hectic year comes to an end for Mayor Holland

By Laura Lyne

WITH South Dublin County Council's annual meeting taking place ...

Over 14,000 employed in hospitality industry in South Dublin County

Over 14,000 employed in hospitality industry in South Dublin County

By Maurice Garvey

THE drinks and hospitality industry in South Dublin County ...

Mother can’t bring herself to visit her child’s grave

Mother can’t bring herself to visit her child’s grave

By Laura Lyne

PARENTS whose children are buried in Bohernabreena graveyard ha...

Book of Condolence opens for Orlando victims

Book of Condolence opens for Orlando victims

By Echo Reporter

A book of Condolence, in memory of the victims of the attack...

‘Whirlwind’ chamber visit to Tampa strengthens trade links

‘Whirlwind’ chamber visit to Tampa strengthens trade links

By Maurice Garvey

A TRADE delegation of business and political leaders from S...

Council told traffic wardens should be seen as a priority

Council told traffic wardens should be seen as a priority

By Mary Dennehy

South Dublin County Council has been asked to see all schools...

Cookstown apartments (184) in pipeline

Cookstown apartments (184) in pipeline

By Echo Reporter

A SUBSTANTIAL planning application for the construction of 1...

N81 changes are approved ten years after consultation

N81 changes are approved ten years after consultation

By Laura Lyne

A ROUTE for the improvement of the N81 secondary road between T...

Calls for CCTV in Lucan to tackle anti-social behaviour

Calls for CCTV in Lucan to tackle anti-social behaviour

By Brendan Grehan

A CCTV SYSTEM for Lucan which would be used to tackle anti-...

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