Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Modern Dermot Bannon build sparks local anger

A PROPOSED development, designed by Dermot Bannon, has caused “uproar” among Dun Laoghaire residents. Residents at Clarinda Park are opposing the construction of a house...

Two-thirds of us can’t get a rush-hour seat

MANY Luas users are unable to board the packed trams at rush hour, a recent survey has shown. Undertaken by Senator Neale Richmond (FG), the...

Victim speaks out after rapist jailed for 12 years

A YOUNG woman tied up and raped at a gaming convention in Dublin said she can “feel safe again” after her attacker was jailed...

Community hopes rise as council secures site

LUSK 2020 members met with officials from Fingal County Council last week at the site of the new community sports hub in the hope...

Airbnb lettings draw council to investigate

FINGAL County Council is investigating three separate complaints about property owners using their houses for short-term lettings on Airbnb. Enforcement action is now under way...

Woman to be sentenced for part in knife, taser altercation

A WOMAN will be sentenced next month for her part in a knife and taser attack on a man which forced the victim to...

49 Dublin students have just become published authors

TALENTED third class pupils from a school in Ballyfermot have just become published authors after their collection of short stories appeared in a new...

‘Don’t cut down our trees just to build new homes’

NATURE-loving locals have expressed their concern about the future of hedgerows and an old oak tree at Blakestown Road. They are afraid that a new housing development near Lohunda could spell the end of the valued greenery, with calls for the council to protect the area’s biodiversity.

Stepaside locals hit back at ‘parish-pump’ critics

Residents blast online comments about restoration of garda station

Round Tower centre doors set to open on July 3

Long wait for €3.5m tower heritage hub is almost over

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