Saturday, October 19, 2019

Finglas woman affected by fire thanks family and strangers for support

A Finglas woman has said that the support of strangers, following a fire in her home last week, has been 'brilliant'.

Majority of Dubliners want public housing built at O Devaney Gardens

53% of Dubliners support full public housing at O’Devaney Gardens as campaigning organisation call for Councillors to reject Bartra plans. This is...

Liffey whale found dead in Dublin Port after being stranded for two days

A whale spotted swimming in the Liffey this week was found dead this morning in Dublin Bay. Experts say...

Gardai congatulate Junior Cert students, but urge caution

As thousands of students prepare to celebrate getting their Junior Cert results today, Gardai have issued a warning for teens and their...

Cycle for Good campaign raises over €80,000 for Peter McVerry Trust

An innovative campaign spearheaded by Just Eat has raised over €80,000 for the Peter McVerry Trust. Announcing the amount...

New Walk in My Shoes ambassador revealed ahead of return to air

Walk in My Shoes, an awareness-raising and education campaign, have announced an exciting new ambassador for their annual pop-up radio station promoting...

Finglas family help bring storytime to deaf children with new campaign

A family from Finglas have become the stars of an ad campaign for an innovative new app, that aims to help bring...

Strategic review for Phoenix Park to be shared within ‘weeks’

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has said it will share its updated report on the Phoenix Park strategic review “in the...

Three Dublin poets win Trocaire poetry competition award

Three Dublin poets were among the award winners at a Trocaire competition that uses the arts to raise awareness about global injustice.

Fed-up commuters in Chapelizod call for more buses at peak times

Chapelizod locals have slammed Dublin Bus for the lack of frequency in services during the morning rush hour, with many saying it...