‘Palliative care for children in Ireland is non-existent’

‘Palliative care for children in Ireland is non-existent’

By Mary Dennehy

THE mother of local hero Daisy McDonald has been forced ...

Twenty-two houses soon ready for allocation

Twenty-two houses soon ready for allocation

THERE are 34 vacant properties in Tallaght, according to South Dublin County Council,...

Uninsured driver was driving child to hospital

Uninsured driver was driving child to hospital

By Brendan Grehan

AN UNINSURED driver who was driving to hospital when h...

Cars targeted by thieves for catalytic converters

Cars targeted by thieves for catalytic converters

By Maurice Garvey

DRIVERS of older model Toyota Prius cars are being tar...

Hotel offers alternative school site for free

Hotel offers alternative school site for free

By Mary Dennehy

THE owners of Citywest Hotel have objected to the Depart...

Hard work pays off

Hard work pays off

By Mary Dennehy

MORE than 20 past students of three Tallaght schools wer...

Everyone invited to get involved in the St Patrick’s Day parade

Everyone invited to get involved in the St Patrick’s Day parade

By Mary Dennehy

PLANS are in motion for this year’s St Patrick’s Day par...

Bus union plans action to cut short Route 27 on election day

Bus union plans action to cut short Route 27 on election day

By Aideen O'Flaherty

THERE are plans for the 27 bus route to only operat...

Three fines for dog fouling were issued by SDCC last year

Three fines for dog fouling were issued by SDCC last year

THREE fines for dog fouling were issued by South Dublin County Council in 2019, the l...

Limo firm in talks to build 1,156 apartments

Limo firm in talks to build 1,156 apartments

By Aideen O'Flaherty

THE owner of a local limo hire company has entered ...

  • Tallaght father Mick Morrissey issues an important message after his son Alex tragically passed away
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