Friday, November 15, 2019

How investment funds took a big share of housing markets

In the second part of a seven part series on Vulture funds, we look at Real Estate Investment Trusts.

Talented former Republic of Loose musicians release new music

Churchtown has produced some very talented people over the years, actress and singer Maureen O’Hara and Fionnula Flanagan to name but a...

Take a trip along the Dodder with this fantastic book

A very special book is being launched this week that will take you on a historic trip along the Dodder to see...

Controversial traffic flow plans to be enforced by Malahide schools

A one-way system and no-car zone are being introduced outside two Malahide primary schools on a pilot basis despite concerns expressed locally....

Fair City to send Carrigstown’s finest to take on Baldoyle United

Carrigstown Crusaders have been challenged to a real match by Baldoyle United following on from a fictional final between the rivals on...

More boil water notices may be in the pipeline for some residents

Irish Water cannot guarantee an end to boil water notices due to the plant in Leixlip remaining “vulnerable.”

Dublin director to debut film at prestigious European festival

A Dublin director’s first feature film has been selected to premiere at a prestigious film festival in Europe later this month.

Simmering anger lingers over water safety issues

Fingal County Council has demanded an urgent meeting with Irish Water chiefs to discuss ongoing issues at the Leixlip Water Treatment Plant.

No FF party sanction for Senator’s tweet slurs

Fianna Fail says it has no plans to discipline its Fingal bye-election candidate, Senator Lorraine Clifford-Lee, over tweets she wrote eight years...

600 jobs announced at new Rathcoole telecoms training centre

Telecoms contractor, KN Circet launched their new training academy in Rathcoole and revealed its plan to create 600 jobs.