Citywise Education members visit Kenya to build classrooms

Nine members of Citywise Education in Tallaght are this evening heading to Bamba, a local village in Kenya, to help build classrooms. With the help of the local community, they've raised €20k over the past six months! Full story in Thursday's Echo.

Ambulance forced to turn back at Edmondstown Road

As the partial closure of Edmondstown Road continues to affect local residents and businesses, another ambulance was last week forced to turn back due to the road block. Residents have been calling on South Dublin County Council to re-open the road which has been closed since last November.

New look Go-Ahead bus enters Ballymount depot

The Echo newspaper was on hand to catch the new look Go-Ahead bus entering the soon-to-be opened Ballymount depot.

The UK firm has a contract to run 24 Dublin Bus routes, including the 75, 76, 76a and a proposed new 175 route, from Citywest to UCD. 

Tallaght Athletic Club’s Rhasidat Adeleke dropped in to The Echo to talk about her recent 200m gold medal win

Tallaght Athletic Club’s Rhasidat Adeleke dropped in to The Echo to talk about her recent 200m gold medal win in the European Under 18 Championships in Hungary and her trip to Finland for this week’s World Under 20 Championships. Read the full story here

Palmerstown's young footballers do 'The Neymar'

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The young footballers at Palmerstown FC have been practising their skills a lot this week, but, it doesn't hurt to have a trick like 'The Neymar' up your sleeve every now and again!

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