Pony ‘tried to jump fence and was impaled’

Pony ‘tried to jump fence and was impaled’

By Maurice Garvey

IT WAS one of the worst cases volunteers with My Lovel...

Accident waiting to happen along busy stretch of road

Accident waiting to happen along busy stretch of road

By Aideen O'Flaherty

THE LOCATION of traffic lights o...

Car driven around park and then set on fire near houses

Car driven around park and then set on fire near houses

By William O'Connor

MEMBERS of the public are be...

Relocation of mental health service due to ‘safety risks’

Relocation of mental health service due to ‘safety risks’

By Maurice Garvey

THE HSE are ‘temporarily relocating’ mental health ser...

Developer to re-apply for Cuckoo’s Nest apartments

Developer to re-apply for Cuckoo’s Nest apartments

By Aideen O'Flaherty

A DEVELOPER’S decision to withdr...

Bringing virtual reality into the 21st century

Bringing virtual reality into the 21st century

By William O'Connor

SCHOOLS in Tallaght celebrated the launch of an exci...

Case struck out following positive probation report

Case struck out following positive probation report

By Brendan Grehan

A MOTHER (32) who was found dr...

Man convicted in high speed chase has 40-year driving ban

Man convicted in high speed chase has 40-year driving ban

By Fiona Ferguson

A 29-year-old man convicted of lead...

Cookstown landscape set to change with more new builds

Cookstown landscape set to change with more new builds

By Aideen O'Flaherty

TWO separate fast-track planning applications by Ba...

Plans lodged for demolition of former Taoiseach’s home on Scholarstown Rd

Plans lodged for demolition of former Taoiseach’s home on Scholarstown Rd

By Aideen O'Flaherty 

PLANS for the demolition o...

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