Margaret is most energetic person

Margaret is most energetic person

By Mary Dennehy

A WALKINSTOWN lady who took to the nation’s airwaves to celeb...

65 roses day for cystic fibrosis

65 roses day for cystic fibrosis

By William O'Connor

PEOPLE locally are being urged to show their support...

Michael was singing and joking right until the end

Michael was singing and joking right until the end

By Maurice Garvey

EMBRACE the memories and celebrate life where you can, is t...

The Red Cross is recruiting for community response volunteers

The Red Cross is recruiting for community response volunteers

By Mary Dennehy

THE Tallaght branch of The Irish Red Cross is recruiting comm...

Frank laid strong foundations at Old Bawn Community School

Frank laid strong foundations at Old Bawn Community School

By Mary Dennehy

TRIBUTES are this week been made to Frank McCarthy, the forme...

Money lenders criticised for ‘outrageous opportunism’

Money lenders criticised for ‘outrageous opportunism’

By Maurice Garvey

MONEY lenders have been criticised for “outrageous opp...

‘This pandemic is challenging us to think outside the box’

‘This pandemic is challenging us to think outside the box’

By Mary Dennehy

TALLAGHT University Hospital has established a virtual c...

‘It is hard  not to have a wake and not touch him’

‘It is hard not to have a wake and not touch him’

By Maurice Garvey

ON MONDAY, Maurice O’Reilly (79) was cremated in Newla...

100-bed nursing home in Tymon partly opened

100-bed nursing home in Tymon partly opened

By Mary Dennehy

THE new 100-bed nursing home in Tymon North has been par...

How to Stay Calm and Protect Your Mental Health

How to Stay Calm and Protect Your Mental Health

By Mary Dennehy

Earlier this month a consultant psychiatrist at Tallaght...

  • Tallaght father Mick Morrissey issues an important message after his son Alex tragically passed away
  • Sixteen of Ireland’s most iconic sports stars join forces
  • A message from Stephen Kenny
  • Happy Mother's Day - Sea of Change Choir
  • The Echo speaks to Trish Nolan manager of the South Dublin County Volunteer Centre

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