Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Warning as scammers using UPS dockets to burgle homes

People in Killester have been warned about a potential new scam in the area that appears to be targeting older people. According to a post...

The party’s over as Grafton Street’s Lillie’s Bordello set to close

Much-loved haunt of the rich and famous, Lillie’s Bordello, has announced that it will close its doors for the final time on January 19. Recognised...

City community to enjoy its first set of Christmas lights

For the first time, residents of Manor Street and Stoneybatter will enjoy Christmas lights during December as their street lighting is turned on this...

Garda warning as crimes slightly up in Dublin South Central

At a recent South Central committee meeting, An Garda Siochana have warned of an increase in robberies in the Kilmainham, Crumlin and Terenure districts. The...

Tributes paid to much loved Inchicore pharmacist William Boles

A popular and much-loved pharmacist from Inchicore has passed away, with his former customers posting a number of tributes to him on Facebook. Former owner...

Community in shock as Bluebell Community Centre vandalised

A community has been left reeling after a vital resource was rendered unusable after two subsequent break-ins. Bluebell Community Centre was forced to take to...

Community sailing project celebrates 25 year anniversary

Members of several of Dublin’s Dockland communities gathered recently at Poolbeg Yacht Club to celebrate 25 years of the Rinn Voyager Sailing Project. Former volunteers,...

Tap a ‘ChariTree’ and you’ll be helping sick kids at Temple St

Two very special trees have been unveiled by DublinTown, aimed at raising money for the vital work done by Temple Street Children’s Hospital. The DublinTown...

‘Mother’s love’ prompted woman to use forged licences for bank loans

A mother's “love for a son” led to a woman using a forged driver’s licence to obtain bank loans so that she could purchase...

13,000 victims contact Dublin Rape Crisis Centre in 2017

Almost 13,000 people contacted the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre in 2017 – an increase of 500 compared to the previous year. The 24-hour helpline run...

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