Coronavirus: No deaths reported and 11 new cases

Coronavirus: No deaths reported and 11 new cases

By William O'Connor 

There have been no new deaths reported to the Healt...

Local Faces: Jamie Kenny

Local Faces: Jamie Kenny

By Hayden Moore

FOR CLONDALKIN man Jamie Kenny, Pride is all about being...

Arts supports patients and staff throughout Covid-19  crisis

Arts supports patients and staff throughout Covid-19 crisis

By Mary Dennehy

TALLAGHT University Hospital has continued to encourage ...

Smaller charities benefit  from 100k challenge in June

Smaller charities benefit from 100k challenge in June

By Maurice Garvey

TARGETS have been smashed for a fundraiser set up to s...

Remote walk/run challenge raises €6,500 for hospital

Remote walk/run challenge raises €6,500 for hospital

By Aideen O'Flaherty

HUNDREDS of people took part in a remote running an...

Environmental group describes decision by An Bord Pleanala as "disappointing"

Environmental group describes decision by An Bord Pleanala as "disappointing"

By Aideen O'Flaherty

AN ENVIRONMENTAL group has described An Bord Pleaná...

Skate park needs safety measures introduced

Skate park needs safety measures introduced

By Maurice Garvey

THE recent opening of a brand new €1.6m skate park and...

Young man took part in riot at children’s detention centre

Young man took part in riot at children’s detention centre

By Fiona Ferguson & Sonya McLean

A young man who took part in a riot...

Anger and upset over ESB clearance works

Anger and upset over ESB clearance works

By Mary Dennehy

LOCAL residents have voiced anger and upset over ESB cle...

Burglar stole whiskey twice from same pub

Burglar stole whiskey twice from same pub

By Fiona Ferguson

A “not very accomplished burglar” with 177 previous co...

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