Golden Girls

What a performance tonight from Tallaght women Barbara Kelly, Lynda Flood, Angela Hogan, Lisa Walsh, Marie McGovern and Glenda McGovern who are members of the Sea of Change choir and who got the Golden Buzzer on Ireland’s Got Talent.

See next week’s Echo for more coverage.

Jim Crawford speaks to The Echo about new U21 role

New Republic of Ireland Under 21 assistant coach Jim Crawford sat down with Echo Sports Editor, Stephen Leonard, to discuss the challenge ahead and working with fellow Tallaght man Stephen Kenny.

Jobstown's Nicky Coules discusses his Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease diagnosis

Jobstown's Nicky Coules discusses his Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) diagnosis and how the Tallaght COPD Support Group, which meets every Thursday at 11am in Rua Red, helped him.

Nurses' strike at Tallaght University Hospital

Immense support in Tallaght for nurses on strike outside Tallaght University Hospital.

Professor Green speaks to The Echo about the First Fortnight Festival

The Echo caught up with musician and mental health advocate Professor Green who visited Tallaght today as part of the First Fortnight Festival.

The musician spoke with local mental health and community leaders, and young people from the area who are advocating for better approaches and attitudes to mental health.

  • 400 participate in sixth annual Run For Rita
  • The Echo Sport February Team of the Month - Templeogue College U16A Basketball Team
  • The Echo February Sports Star of the Month Award - Jack Woolley
  • Hero's welcome for Special Olympians Eimear Gannon and Rachel Murray
  • Stephen Kenny's reign as Republic of Ireland Under 21 manager got off to a winning start

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