‘It’s somebody robbing the Christmas of families in distress’

‘It’s somebody robbing the Christmas of families in distress’

By Mary Dennehy

THE generosity and goodwill of one Tallaght parish was s...

Slow-Ho-Ho sprinkling of Christmas magic

Slow-Ho-Ho sprinkling of Christmas magic

WOODSTOWN Village in Knocklyon got a sprinkling of Christmas magic this month when Sa...

Trocaire man appeals to hometown Tallaght

Trocaire man appeals to hometown Tallaght

By Mary Dennehy

TROCAIRE worker Colin Skehan has appealed to his hometow...

KICK programme helps defuse conflicts between rival teenagers

KICK programme helps defuse conflicts between rival teenagers

By Maurice Garvey

DEFUSING conflicts between rival teenagers in the comm...

Teenager banned from driving for three years

Teenager banned from driving for three years

By Brendan Grehan

A TEENAGER who twice drove without insurance was banne...

Recruits to ramp up traffic and foot patrols

Recruits to ramp up traffic and foot patrols

By Mary Dennehy

RESOURCES at Tallaght Garda Station have been ramped up ...

Sean Walsh Park older housing plan approved

Sean Walsh Park older housing plan approved

By Mary Dennehy

FEW WERE spared a roasting in South D...

New Primary Care Health Centre opens

New Primary Care Health Centre opens

By William O'Connor

THE new HSE Kilnamanagh and Tymon Primary Care Centr...

Young artists chosen to be in Fire Brigade safety calendar

Young artists chosen to be in Fire Brigade safety calendar

By Maurice Garvey

STUDENT artists from Clondalkin and Firhouse were amon...

Stole €178k of social welfare but had savings of €47,500

Stole €178k of social welfare but had savings of €47,500

By Isabel Hayes & Sonya McLean

A man who stole €178,000 in social we...

  • 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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