Clean-up yields 74 bags of rubbish

Clean-up yields 74 bags of rubbish

By Mary Dennehy

AROUND 2,200 glass bottles and 1,400 ...

Institution survivor declined invitation to Papal Mass

Institution survivor declined invitation to Papal Mass

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

A MAN who spent the first ...

‘Meeting the Pope was an enormous experience’

‘Meeting the Pope was an enormous experience’

By Mary Dennehy

MEETING Pope Francis in the Capuchin ...

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...

Coach points out benefits of Kick Start to Recovery

Coach points out benefits of Kick Start to Recovery

By Aideen O'Flaherty

THE coach of a football programme, which consists o...

Dog trials round up 50 teams for competitions

Dog trials round up 50 teams for competitions

By Mary Dennehy

LOCAL farmer Donie Anderson and his t...

Dancing for the Pope at Festival of Families

Dancing for the Pope at Festival of Families

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

STUDENTS from a local danc...

New Educate Together secondary school opens

New Educate Together secondary school opens

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

THE NEW Firhouse Educate T...

‘Tomorrow is Another Day’ song raises €3,000 for cancer research

‘Tomorrow is Another Day’ song raises €3,000 for cancer research

By Hayden Moore

CANCER has struck Jennifer Lawlor’s family all her life,...

‘She had such a strong spirit and was one hell of a fighter’

‘She had such a strong spirit and was one hell of a fighter’

By Mary Dennehy

TRIBUTES are this week being made to ...

  • Peamount United win Women's National League Cup Final
  • Thomas Davis members congratulated after All-Ireland victory
  • Community out in force to support Team James Fundraiser
  • Bollards in Tallaght Village leading to traffic tailbacks
  • Dublin Ladies GAA get big Thomas Davis cheer for Sunday