Sunday, July 23, 2017

Lidl Castleknock gets go-ahead despite strong opposition

Fears increased traffic will have adverse effect on the area

Local pharmacy to hold fundraising day to give back to the community

A local pharmacy is hoping their fundraising day will raise much-needed funds for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin. Staff at Sheridan’s Pharmacy in Roselawn...

Pupils learn to think outside box through maths initiative

Pupils of St Francis Xavier National School (SFXNS) ended the year in style when they graduated from the Irish STEAM initiative Maths in a...

New Mayor has sights set on helping environment

Cllr Mary McCamley: Hopes to use time to honour volunteers

Community fun for all in Corduff

THERE were some great celebrations at Corduff Sports Centre at its recent community fun day, with smiles beaming as much as the sun. Great...

‘Daily mile run boosts health and academic performance’

A Clonsilla teacher says that having his pupils run a mile a day has proved beneficial to their health and academic performance. Alan Kenny is...

Varadkar visits St Brigid’s annual mini league event

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar was in attendance at the St Brigid’s GAA annual mini league event at Russell Park last week. The mini leagues are...

‘I’ve put the council on notice over local property tax’

A local councillor has said that he will fight any moves to increase the Local Property Tax next year. Cllr Matt Waine claims that the...

‘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.

‘My nine-year-old boy is being denied an education’

Mother of lad with behavioural disorder says the system has failed her son, Sean

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